This rice also pairs phenomenally with our Crispy Pan-Seared Whitefish recipe! This easy fish recipe is crispy, flaky, and perfectly seasoned using Galit's acclaimed Hazelnut Duqqa, a savory mix that's a lil' salty and offers a warm, nutty flavor that's brightened by fresh, citrusy herb flavors. Chef Engel's unique spin on this traditional Egyptian blend is a pantry necessity you can enjoy on roasted vegetables or mixed with olive oil as a dip for your favorite bread.
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Brown Rice with Crushed Red Pepper and Garlic
This phenomenal recipe was adapted from the peppery way the Japanese dress their Soba noodles. Try it on pasta too. Optionally, add some parsley, lightly cooked arugula, spinach, or any other bitter green.
Cook your long grain organic brown rice.
Flavor some olive oil with your granulated garlic.
Dress the rice with your mixture.
Season to taste with crushed red peppers and a quality sea salt. Don't be afraid to experiment with a good bit of seasoning, the brown rice can carry the flavor!
Optional: Add some parsley, lightly cooked arugula, spinach, or bitter green!