With jarred pickled beets, creamy avocado, ranch dressing and crumbled feta cheese, this zesty multi-grain rice salad will tantalize your taste buds!
With a few simple ingredients, including our microwavable Minute® Ready to Serve Multi-Grain Medley, you can make a delicious meal in minutes!
Heat rice according to package directions.
Transfer rice medley to a bowl and top with arugula, pickled beets and avocado. Drizzle with ranch dressing; sprinkle with feta.
Substitute goat cheese for feta cheese, if desired.
This salad may be quick and simple to make, but it’s filled with powerhouse ingredients that pack a flavor punch and are bursting with vibrant color. Together, they make for one appetizing dish!
Fresh arugula and creamy avocado add a touch of green, while pickled beets add a splash of deep ruby red. White feta cheese and ranch dressing bring everything together.
Though arugula adds great flavor here, you can swap in spinach or a pre-packaged kale mix. Use what you have on hand and make this recipe work for you. You can also swap in goat cheese for the feta, if desired.
To make this salad light but filling, use our Minute® Multi-Grain Medley Rice Cups made with a blend of brown rice, flaxseed and red quinoa . You can also double this salad by heating up two perfectly portioned rice cups. This dish is a perfect meal for one or a great side dish to share!
Find more meal options to prepare throughout the week in our recipe section, such as our Red Beans and Rice or this 15 Minute Chicken and Rice Dinner. You might also want to try our easy Microwave Egg Fried Rice. For something with more Latin American flavor, learn how to make our Mexican Rice Recipe.
Beets add a sweet touch to your meal and are packed with antioxidants. Pickled beets are a convenient alternative to using fresh beets and are easy to store in the fridge for more rice salads or rice bowls throughout the week.
Need ideas for how to use up the rest of your jar of pickled beets? Try using them in this Roasted Beet and Rice Salad. Simply replace the fresh roasted beets for pickled beets, and you’re done!