4 Unusual Ways to use Riceworks
We love coming up with new recipes at Riceworks! Through trial and error, we have found lots of new ways to use Riceworks while cooking. Because our crisps are so versatile when it comes to flavors and textures, there are many different ways that Riceworks can enhance your cooking. From using them in place of breadcrumbs to using them as a crust for a pie or quiche, take a look at our favorite ways to use Riceworks below!
No breadcrumbs? No problem!: This is one of our favorite ways to use Riceworks and we’ve had success with several recipes using this method! As long as you’ve got a food processor—or a Ziploc bag and a rolling pin—you can easily crush up Riceworks to use as a breading substitute in your favorite recipes! Use your favorite Riceworks flavors for breading on fish and chicken or as a coating for poppable, bite-sized snacks! Onion rings? You got it!
Casserole, pie, quiche, oh my!: Whether you’re making a hearty breakfast quiche or a casserole for Sunday dinner, don’t forget the Riceworks! Use them as a crust for a twist on your traditional recipes or make some new ones on your own. The best part? Riceworks has so many delicious flavors, you can experiment!
Toss up a tasty salad: Spice up your salad with some crumbled Sweet Chili Riceworks or throw some Black Japonica Riceworks in your salad for a smarter snacking option. Not only do they taste good on their own, but all of our different Riceworks flavors come ready to pair with your favorite foods. Get creative!
Pile it on: When it comes to snacking, we’re all about snacking smarter, not harder. That’s why we’ve dedicated a section of recipes on our website to easy snacks. Whether you like sweet oravory, light or fresh, we’ve got an easy snack that’s perfect for your palate.
These are just a few ways to use Riceworks the next time you fire up the oven. We love being creative in the kitchen and experimenting with all of our fun flavors. And we are always open to your ideas! How do YOU enjoy Riceworks? Let us know in the comments and you could see your idea featured in our next recipe!
Published: Wednesday, April 27, 2016