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Easy rice dishes for dinner

Quick, delicious and easy to pull together, rice dishes make for the perfect mid-week meal.

Today we’ve picked out 3 of our favourite rice dishes you can rustle together for dinner, whether you’re feeding the whole family or just cooking for one or two.

British Asparagus Pilaf

British Asparagus Pilaf

This is Pilaf recipe is a hearty one pot meal for all the family to enjoy, delicately spiced so as not to mask the flavour of the asparagus. One pot cooking = less washing up, Happy days.

 

Love the Crunch special fried rice

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This quick and easy special fried rice recipe is packed full of colour, flavour and crunch thanks to the radishes, spring onions, celery and Chinese leaf lettuce. It’s filling, moreish and healthy too – perfect for an easy weekend lunch or pulled together as a weeknight meal.

 

Spanish baked paella

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This colourful paella is easy to make, and mildly spiced with saffron. It’s a delicious one-pan dish you can whip together quickly using leftovers – if you don’t have prawns, try it with leftover chicken instead.

 

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