This post contains a link to sponsored content written in partnership with Riceland Foods, the world’s largest miller and marketer of rice – grown by famers in Arkansas and Missouri.
Hey, how was your weekend? Was it a wee bit hard to get the motor revved up this morning? Perhaps all it needed was a little breakfast push.
If you are like me, I prefer starting the morning with a hearty breakfast. I believe that a breakfast without eggs is like removing Richard Dreyfess’s character from the movie Jaws. No way, nuh huh. Sorry, it just wouldn’t be the same.
There is a reason why so many breakfast restaurants have an entire menu section dedicated to breakfast skillets. They combine all of your favorite ingredients in one tidy presentation. Easy to prepare, easy to consume, and easy clean up.
The secret to this recipe is rice. Not just any ol’ rice but Riceland’s boil-in-the bag rice. By the time you have your first cup of coffee, the rice is cooked and ready for the skillet. Add a few more ingredients from your pantry, crack a few eggs, and serve with sour cream and salsa. Now we’re talking.
The recipe is now available on the Riceland site. If you want to read the whole story in their blog, click here. Or if just thinking about this dish is already making you hungry… skip to the recipe and get to cooking.
Happy breakfast skilleting.
Eat well, my friends. Eat well.