Chicken and rice - a classic combination in many cultures. Work your way around the world with chicken fried rice, chicken risotto, chicken and rice soups, chicken jambalaya, authentic arroz con pollo and chicken biryani... just to name a few.
I have always loved Cajun foods but my wife doesn't like the spice - so I made my traditional Jambalaya without the heat. Everyone loved this recipe and I hope you will too.
A simple and delicious chicken casserole, which has comfort food written all over it. Chicken is baked with brown rice, raisins, curry powder, tomatoes and chicken stock. Perfect for the cold winter months.
This savoury all-in-one pilaf dish is a mixture of chicken thighs, mushrooms, peppers and rice cooked in a flavourful chicken stock.
The perfect soup for the winter months. It's delicious and exceptionally hearty. Chicken is simmered with onion, celery, carrots, celery and rice. Serve for a substantial lunch or dinner.
This is the classic Spanish dish made with an authentic recipe. Rice is simmered chicken, prawns, mussels, lobster, clams, peas and mushrooms in a saffron-seasoned stock.
A super-quick and easy dinner that takes 20 minutes to make! Rice is heated through with condensed chicken soup and cubed chicken. Simple and delicious.
This is my version of Pumpkin Risotto. A very creamy risotto with feta melted through it. My whole family love this recipe and I get cheers from my kids when I tell them we are having it for dinner. You can use butternut squash instead of pumpkin, if desired.
A Mexican-inspired casserole dish, made by baking together rice, chicken, courgette, mushrooms, black beans, chillies and cheese. It's a delicious one pot meal.
This is the perfect comfort food for any day of the week. Chicken is simmered with rice in a creamy stock. Serve with crusty fresh bread for a substantial lunch or dinner.
This is my favourite soup in the world! It is extremely healthy and very filling, it freezes well and keeps good for up to 2 full days in the refrigerator. This recipe makes 10 portions but you can improvise the recipe to make the amount you need.