Northern Wild Rice
Cultivated in Minnesota, this unique wild rice is truly delicious.
1 cup Northern Wild Rice
2 Tablespoons Butter or Oil
2 1/2 cups Water, Chicken, or Beef Stock Salt and or pepper to taste
1) Place Butter and Wild Rice into a heavy pan.
2 ) Dry Fry the rice until some of it begins to brown.
3) Carefully add your water or stock, stir once.
4) Bring to a boil; reduce heat to low; cover and let simmer for 45-50 minutes; remove from heat; let covered to steam for 5 minutes.
Northern Wild Rice can be added to other Rices, Grains, Vegetable and/or Fruit (cranberry and apple are good); seasoned with herbs & spices. It can be used in Pilafs, Stuffings, Soups, Cold Salads or as a bed for meats and sauces.
Ratings & Reviews
I put it in soups or casserole. I also mix it with brown rice and once cooked put a dab of butter on it and just eat it like that. It is good alone with a little butter, some granulated garlic or onion powder.WALTER, Picayune, MS
I love it!!!!EvA, Buffalo, NY
I love it as my substitute for the customary rice. Wild rice fried rice is fantasticWIZZDOM, Alpharetta, GA
excellentSharon, Longmont, CO
Wild Rice. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 45g (~1.6 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||5|