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
Great product - excellent quality and tasteBarbara, Old Forge, PA
steady diet itemLeslie Ann, Takoma Park, MD
Yummmmm!!!Lois, Whitesboro, NY
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
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|