Rice Variety Case
Includes: 1 Original, 1 Garlic Olive Oil, 2 Chipotle Tomato, 2 Ginger Scallion
Your beloved pantry staple is now a powered-up, protein-packed, mealtime hero. With twice the amount of protein, 35% fewer net carbs, and 5x the fiber, this side dish might just become the main course.
The variety case is the perfect way to check out all our flavors. Includes: Chipotle Tomato, which will take your taco Tuesday to a ten, Ginger Scallion, the stir-fry superstar, and Garlic Olive Oil, the perfect base for every bowl. Follow us on @eatbanza to stay updated on newly released & seasonal flavors!
*Item may be ineligible for purchase in Arkansas
Plain Rice: Chickpeas, Potato Starch, Xanthan Gum, Sea Salt.
Chipotle Tomato Rice: Chickpeas, Potato Starch, Xanthan Gum, Olive Oil, Chipotle Extract, Garlic Extract, Tomato, Sea Salt, Spices, Garlic, Onion, Red Bell Pepper, Yeast Extract.
Garlic Olive Oil Rice: Chickpeas, Potato Starch, Xanthan Gum, Olive Oil, Garlic Extract, Thyme Extract, Sea Salt, Garlic, Yeast Extract, Parsley, Onion.
Ginger Scallion Rice: Chickpeas, Potato Starch, Xanthan Gum, Ginger Extract, Sea Salt, Ginger, Onion, Yeast Extract, Lemongrass, Green Onion, Garlic, Chives.
- Put away your rice cooker. Banza rice is even faster to prepare and the method is simple and easy. We don’t cook the rice in salted water, so it’s a blank canvas to taste and season once it’s in the final dish.
- If you’re making fried rice, we recommend cooking the rice as usual and letting it dry out for a few minutes before frying it up! This ensures that it gets extra crispy.
- If you’re putting your rice into a salad or using it to meal-prep, we recommend cooking to the lower end of the time range, giving it a quick rinse and tossing with a little olive oil.
- We love to use Ginger Scallion in fried rice and stir-fry dishes. Chipotle Tomato in burrito bowls, tacos, or jambalaya. Garlic Olive oil in salads, risottos, or as the base for a rice pilaf or fried rice
Banza VS Average Flavored Rice
Fewer Net Carbs
How to Cook Banza Rice
Bring a medium pot of salted water to a boil.
Reduce heat to a simmer and add Banza.
Cook, stirring occasionally, approx. 3-4 minutes for flavored rice, or 4-5 for plain rice. Expect some foam.
Drain using a fine mesh strainer and return to pot.
Add 1 tbsp of olive oil or butter (optional). If having flavored rice stir in seasoning packet along with olive oil/ butter. Cover and let sit for 2 minutes to allow flavors to develop.
Fluff with a fork and enjoy!
How Banza Rice Stacks Up
Better for your taste buds. And the planet. And, well... you!
Full of the
3x the protein, 2.5x the fiber, 30% fewer net carbs.
Cooks in 5. Eats in… well, how hungry are you?