Cuban Style Rice
If you've ever been to Cuba, you may recall a dish called "Moros y Cristianos." Translated, it means Moors and Christians; a name derived from its main ingredients, black beans and white rice. The dish originated in Spain, but the Cuban people embraced it long ago and they've made it their own. And now we're making it our own: By replacing the white rice with healthier long grain brown rice, but retaining the traditional spicy goodness of peppers, onion, garlic and cilantro. All that and a history lesson too. Such a bargain.
Whole Grain Parboiled Brown Rice*; Black Beans*; Spices*; Dried Onion*; Tomato Powder*; Roasted Turkey Flavor* (Turkey*, Sea Salt); Dried Green Bell Pepper*; Sea Salt; Garlic Powder*; Dried Red Bell Pepper*; Less Than 2% Of Cilantro Extract*; Miso* (Fermented Soybeans*); Vinegar*; Cane Juice Molasses*; Red Bell Pepper Extract*; Corn Syrup*; Caramel Color*.
* = Certified Organic
- VEGETARIAN APPROPRIATE
- WHOLE GRAIN