|Price:||$12.00 ($0.16 / Ounce)|
|Price:||$12.00 ($0.16 / Ounce)|
Rice-A-Roni combines rice, pasta and the perfect mix of seasonings to create tasty side dishes and main dish recipes. With a variety of flavors available, there's bound to be one your whole family will love. Make dinner delicious tonight with the San Francisco Treat!
Our Rice-A-Roni Creamy Four Cheese flavor blends tender rice with a mix of four creamy cheeses and other natural flavors to create a tasty side dish that is the perfect complement to your family's favorite chicken, pork or beef recipes.
The DeDomenico family all enjoyed an old Armenian dish consisting of rice, vermicelli pasta, and chicken broth. The rice and pasta were sauteed in butter before the liquid was added, giving the dish its distinctive taste. In 1958, Vince DeDomenico decided to take this recipe and produce it for sale in grocery stores. He placed the rice and pasta in a box, and added a dry seasoning mix in place of the liquid chicken broth. Because this product was made up of half rice and half pasta, he decided to call it Rice-A-Roni. Chicken Rice-A-Roni was first introduced in the northwestern states in 1958. With it came the first Rice-A-Roni commercial, featuring San Francisco’s Cable Cars and the now famous jingle. Created in San Francisco, Rice-A-Roni would soon be known to all as 'The San Francisco Treat!'. The product was an immediate hit. Over the next couple of years, Rice-A-Roni spread across the United States and by 1962 was available for all of America to enjoy.
Today, Rice-A-Roni and Pasta Roni are both leading brands in the grocery store. We still make our classic flavors like Chicken and Beef Rice-A-Roni and Angel Hair Parmesan Cheese and Fettucine Alfredo Pasta Roni, along with new favorites inspired by more worldly cuisines. We are also continuing to develop new products to meet the developing tastes and needs of our consumers, including products like Nature's Way, which is made with all natural rice and pasta with no preservatives and no artificial flavors, or Whole Grain Blends which provide nutritious whole grains and are a good source of fiber. With over 30 Rice-A-Roni flavors and over 20 Pasta Roni flavors available, there's something for everyone!
A rich and comforting classic! Our Rice-A-Roni Creamy Four Cheese flavor blends tender rice with a mix of four creamy cheeses and other natural flavors to create a tasty side dish that is the perfect complement to your family's favorite chicken, pork or beef recipes.
Flavor: Creamy Four Cheese
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RICE, WHEAT FLOUR, DURUM WHEAT SEMOLINA, PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED PALM OIL**, SALT, CHEDDAR, PARMESAN, ROMANO AND BLUE CHEESE (MILK, CHEESE CULTURES, SALT, ENZYMES) , REDUCED LACTOSE WHEY, WHEY, CORN SYRUP*, ONIONS*, PALM OIL, CORN STARCH-MODIFIED, MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE, NATURAL FLAVOR, CREAM, SUGAR, NONFAT MILK, SODIUM CASEINATE, PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED SOYBEAN OIL**, ENZYME MODIFIED CHEDDAR CHEESE (MILK, CHEESE CULTURES, SALT, ENZYMES, SORBIC ACID), AUTOLYZED YEAST EXTRACT*, LACTIC ACID, PARSLEY*, CITRIC ACID, ANNATTO EXTRACT COLOR, NIACIN, SOY LECITHIN, FERRIC ORTHOPHOSPHATE, FERROUS SULFATE, THIAMIN MONONITRATE, FOLIC ACID, RIBOFLAVIN. *DRIED. **ADDS A DIETARILY INSIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF TRANS FAT CONTAINS WHEAT, SOY AND MILK INGREDIENTS.
1) In a large skillet, combine rice-vermicelli mix and margarine or butter. Sauté over medium heat until vermicelli is golden brown, stirring frequently. 2) Slowly stir in water and bring to a boil. 3) Cover and reduce heat to low. Simmer 15 to 20 minutes or until rice is tender. A thin layer of water (about 2 or 3 tablespoons) will remain at end of cook time. 4) Stir in Special Seasonings. Remove from heat. Let stand 3 minutes before serving.
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