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Looking for a bit more recipe inspiration with a personal touch? Enjoy this wide variety of tasty and fun recipes from all over the world influenced by experiences and family traditions using rice and quinoa created by cooks, influencers and everyday people alike. Our quality rice and quinoa make a wonderful addition to new and creative dishes or traditional family recipes and everything in between.
Whether you enjoy classic White Rice, whole grain Brown Rice, naturally fragrant Basmati or Jasmine Rice or protein-packed Quinoa, take it from these food lovers and find out for yourself just how great Success® Boil-in-Bag products can be for your meals. Try one of these home cooked simple and delicious meal ideas like an African-inspired okra soup, energizing overnight quinoa oats or a savory Creole chicken and sausage jambalaya today! Join the community by sharing your results and letting us know how it went using #SuccessRice.
Recipe by Deddeh Howard (@secretofdd)
Okro soup is made with okra vegetables cooked in a delicious mixture of oil, shrimps, goat meat, fish and African spices, and simmered to perfection! This loaded soup is a staple in some West African countries like Liberia, Nigeria, Ghana, and Cameroon. This soup is so deliciously satisfying and nutritious and is loaded with proteins and healthy fat.
Recipe by: Eric Jones. Made with tender chicken breast & juicy chicken sausage, my Creole Chicken & Sausage Jambalaya is filled with Cajun flavors and packs a little heat.
Recipe by: Aseky Bonaire. “I am a fan of anything coconut, and anything curry, so when I put my two favorite flavors into one dish-you get coconut curry chicken. Growing up my mom cooked with a lot of spices and curry being one of them. So this dish is definitely inspired by my culture (Panamanian and Dominican), and also my husband’s culture (Haitian).”