It’s a marinade. It’s a sauce. It’s both. Mix it with your hamburger meat, bake it on your salmon or make it into a glaze. The possibilities are endlessly delicious.
We encourage eaters to use the term “dressing” liberally. Sure, salads are its jam — but what about noodles, coleslaw or that wild salmon that’s been chilling in your freezer?
Why cook plain rice when you could cook fancy rice in less time? Seriously. Just 20-30 minutes to whip up a pot of “Holy smokes! This is way better than I expected.”
Noodles are one thing. But add a seriously bold, seriously tasty seasoning pack in the mix, and you’ve got a meal in a box. Lunch or dinner (or heck, even breakfast) doesn’t get much easier than this.
Need flavor and need it fast? Simmer sauces to the rescue! Just add them to your skillet (or slow cooker) while cooking your meat or veggies and turn the stove down to low. Done and done.
We didn’t write the rules of snacking, but these popped rice clusters would be Rule #1. Bold Asian flavors and gluten-free goodness set them apart from the usual suspects.