Celery, onion and bell peppers are considered to the "Holy Trinity" of Cajun cuisine. These aromatic vegetables along with an array of spices and cooking techniques are the building blocks of any authentic Cajun meal. This rice recipe is very simple and incorporates the Holy Trinity along with the MBMK Cajun Seasoning Blend.
Add some excitement to your quinoa with this simple recipe. It's our cashew quinoa with sun dried tomatoes. Yum! This recipe is vegan and gluten-free and will go great with any of our vegetable dishes.Read more
Chicken pelau (/pəˈlaʊ/) is a very popular one-pot dish in Trinidad and Tobago; it's this country's version of a pilaf and is packed with flavor. We're sharing with you our take of this dish where we use brown rice. This flavorful dish makes a complete meal with the addition of a fresh green salad or vegetables. This recipe is gluten-free.Read more
Here's another quick one--red cabbage rice! We're always looking for ways to make brown rice more interesting and in this recipe we've added some red cabbage and green onions for additional color and flavor; we even snuck some ginger in there as well. Try this dish with any of our other vegetable or meat recipes. This dish is naturally gluten-free, vegan and freezer-friendly.Read more
Our bok choy fried rice is packed with flavor and sneaks in some extra greens. Bok choy (also known as pak choy or chinese cabbage) is a leafy vegetable that is available all year round but is most abundant in the winter months. In this recipe, we combine it with brown rice, spices and ginger to create a protein-packed fried rice dish. Try this dish with any of our other vegetable or meat recipes. Omit the eggs and chicken breast to make this a vegan-friendly recipe. You can also consider adding tofu as a source of protein.Read more
Yellow rice! Yay! Here is a simple way to transform your brown rice into a tasty bowl of yellow yumminess! This recipe is gluten-free and vegan-friendly. Try this dish with our baked chicken and our sautéed spinach. In Peckings: A Taste of the Caribbean, we have an even yummier version of this yellow rice recipe.Read more
Here's another way you can add some color and flavor to rice. In addition to being flavorful, this recipe includes black beans that add a little extra protein. The dish is gluten-free, vegan and ideal for meal prep. Try it with our MBMK style steamed broccoli.Read more