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Teresa's wild rice recipe? Please! For Christmas dinner.

Posted by Bellsmom (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 24, 12 at 12:25

I'm planning wild rice with goose for christmas dinner. Can someone send me Teresa's recipe or a link to her post? Whgille's photo looks so inviting!


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RE: Teresa's wild rice recipe? Please! For Christmas dinner.

Bellsmom

I think the wild rice will be fantastic with the goose.

Here is one of Teresa recipes that I followed:

Heat oven to 350 degrees. You will need a covered casserole or pot (a 2 quart size is good). I use a glass casserole. Place in casserole:
1 cup raw rice (rinse thoroughly first)
2.5 cups of boiling water or stock
Cover and bake for 30 minutes. Test rice for doneness. Cook another 15 minutes if you want more tender. Use excess water in wild rice soup.

Note: I cook the rice in water for 30 minutes and it was perfect like that. When serving I added fresh sauteed mushrooms to put on top. Everyone liked it. I love the smell of the freshly cooked wild rice.

Silvia


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RE: Teresa's wild rice recipe? Please! For Christmas dinner.

I prefer baking rice instead of cooking on the stove top.
Heat oven to 350 degrees. You will need a covered casserole or pot (a 2 quart size is good). I use a glass casserole. Place in casserole:
1 cup raw rice ( rinse thoroughly first)
2.5 cups of boiling water or stock
Cover and bake for 30 minutes. Test rice for doneness. Cook another 15 minutes if you want it more tender. Use excess water in wild rice soup.

To this you might want to add minced garlic, chopped leeks, carrots or celery. Sliced portobello mushrooms are also a great addition.

Most often I saute the vegetables in a little butter and add after the rice is cooked with some toasted almond slivers.


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RE: Teresa's wild rice recipe? Please! For Christmas dinner.

Yum. Thank you, Teresa and Silvia
I do have some mushrooms, almonds, and leeks. I'll sliver some, saute them, and add as garnish. Maybe, just for color (it is Christmas) a few thin slivers of red pepper.
And I love garlic. A little may go in while the rice bakes.

Thanks again.
Sandra


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