Why order take-out when you can make your own fried rice at home quickly, easily, and at a fraction of the cost.
Cooking chicken and rice in the same pan sounds appealing, but not if the chicken is rubbery, the rice is mushy, and the flavor is bland.
Shrimp jambalaya is a classic Cajun dish that promises a lot, but rarely delivers. Here's the secret to cooking really good shrimp jambalaya with fluffy rice and tender, flavorful shrimp.
New Orleans native Louis Armstrong loved this Louisiana dish so much that he signed his letters "Red Beans and ricely yours."
Dirty rice gets its name from chicken giblets, livers, and hearts. But we wanted a less "dirty" version of this classic Cajun dish-one without the innards.
We wanted all the flavor of an exciting weekend meal, with the ease and convenience of one we could make every night. This delicious dinner cooks and serves in the same skillet.