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Kokuho Rose Featured on 'How It's Made'

Kokuho Rose was recently featured on the Discovery Channel and was broadcasted to 64 countries in 14 languages across the globe! After two full 10 hour days of filming with the talented crew of How It’s Made, along with some VIP assistance from our friends at the Kokuho manufacturing facility in California, we collected enough footage to produce the show. In that time, we turned the whole operation inside-out and explored every inch of the production process to share with the world how this delicious rice is produced. We are very proud to have worked with the Discovery Channel on this project and would like to extend a BIG thank you to the crew of How It’s Made for putting the show together. Without further adieu, please sit back and enjoy the show!

Recipes

Santa Fe Smokin' Rice Salad

Santa Fe Smokin' Rice Salad

This great summer meal idea features rice with sweet plum tomatoes, highlighting the smokey flavours of Gouda cheese and turkey in a creamy garlic cilantro dressing. Celebrate summer and try this dish on its own for lunch or with dinner after a day of fun in the sun. Continue Reading

Canadian Style Rice Cakes

Canadian Style Rice Cakes

In a large saucepan, melt butter over medium high heat. Cook onions until translucent, about 5 minutes. Add garlic and cook one minute. Add rice, stirring constantly until rice is completely coated with butter and begins to toast. Stir in mushrooms; cook until liquid has evaporated, about 5 minutes. Continue Reading

Veggie Rice Puffs

Veggie Rice Puffs

These tasty little puffs are an ideal on-the-go meal or snack. Make them ahead, freeze them and toast as needed for a nutritious meal. This recipe, which uses vitamin and mineral-rich brown rice, provides baby with essential nutrients including magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, niacin and vitamin B6. Magnesium and phosphorus are factors in normal bone development, while zinc, niacin and vitamin B6 are factors in energy metabolism and tissue formation. Continue Reading