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Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi Fried Rice with gochujang and fried eggs is a Korean spin on classic fried rice that is sweet, sour, a little spicy and powerfully flavorful! Whip it up as a meal or as a side dish to a meal for a show-stopping culinary adventure!

Fried rice has such a stronghold over my soul fibers that I have to put time and space between posting my fried rice recipes, as I have a fear of saturating you with them and run the risk of you becoming allergic to me.

Pivotal question: How much fried rice is too much fried rice? I ask myself regularly.

This time around, we’re taking a Korean spin on fried rice and let me just tell you, if you like food bold in flavor, you’re going to go BONKERS over this vibrant dish!

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Instant Pot Rice Pudding (Dairy-Free)

An Instant Pot rice pudding recipe made dairy-free with minimal pantry ingredients. This easy rice pudding recipe is vegan (no eggs required!!), hardly any effort to prepare in the pressure cooker, is thick and creamy and the perfect dessert to share with the whole family. 

This post includes instructions on how to make traditional rice pudding (or arroz con leche) using milk and condensed milk.

 

Rice pudding is one of those desserts I tend to forget about and then rejoice when I remember its existence. Thick, creamy, perfectly sweet and cinnamony with a nice little chew…it’s a pudding lover’s dream! 

Many countries have their own take on rice pudding. For instance, arroz con leche in Mexico and South American countries, Kheer in India, Philippino Biko, and Guatemala, Japan, Sweden, Germany, Newfoundland, Greece, and Portugal all have a unique take on the dessert.

In case you have never tried rice pudding, I’ll give you the quick run down. Made with white rice, milk, sugar, cinnamon, and sometimes raisins, the pudding has a thick texture from the combination of milk and starch from the rice in addition to a bit of a chewiness. You could compare the concept to tapioca pudding, but with rice instead of tapioca pearls.

Rice pudding is traditionally served chilled, but it can also be served warm. I recommend preparing the recipe in advance to allow for chill time.

Instant Pot Rice Pudding Recipe made dairy-free using coconut milk (arroz con leche de coco)

In order to make dairy-free rice pudding, I use full-fat canned coconut milk and use pure maple syrup instead of sugar. I have provided options to change up the milks and sweeteners later in the post.

Rice pudding is so incredibly easy to make and is fun to share with friends and family, AND it is even easier to make it in the Instant Pot than the stove top. It is a wonderful dessert that can be enjoyed any time of the year, and is awesome for celebrating Cinco de Mayo (although be sure to call it “arroz con leche,” or in this case, “arroz con leche de coco.” 😉

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One-Skillet Chicken Green Curry with Rice

One-Skillet Chicken Green Curry with Rice is a quick and easy meal that incorporates chicken curry with vegetables and rice all in one pot! This easy meal is comfort food at its finest.

 

Lover of curry and looking for the easiest approach of all time to make it yourself at home? I’ve gotchu.

If you made my One-Skillet Ground Turkey Thai Curry with Rice a few months ago, you’re already familiar with the concept behind this recipe.

It’s simple, really. You use one skillet to make the curry and cook the rice into the curry so that it soaks up the coconut milk sauce and becomes ultra delicious. In this sense, you aren’t steaming rice separately from the curry, which makes the meal prep just a little bit quicker and easier. Style points!

This Thai green curry includes vegetables such as carrots, bell pepper, zucchini and broccoli, along with chicken thighs, all stewed in a deliciously creamy green curry coconut milk sauce. There’s plenty of room for adaptation here.

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