Wild rice pairs well with chicken, turkey, mushrooms, or cranberries. Enjoy the nutty flavor of these wild rice recipes for soups, casseroles, and salads.See Popular Wild Rice Recipes
This fail-safe recipe features both white and wild rice, flavored with aromatic vegetables and a hint of garlic to make a super side-dish to complement your main course.
Red cherries and green parsley add holiday colors to this whole grain stuffing side dish.
When you thumb through cookbooks or surf the net looking for instructions on how to cook wild rice, you may be surprised to find out that wild rice isn't a rice at all, but instead a nutritious grain. In fact, it's the only cereal grain that's native to North America.
A combination of brown rice and wild rice makes for a nutty tasting stuffing. Or, grill the stuffing packet alongside chicken breasts, pork chops, or salmon steaks.
With 10 minutes in the morning, you can have a comforting soup simmering in the slow cooker. Dinner's ready when you get home!
So creamy, good, and easy! Serve this side dish casserole alongside ham, beef, or poultry.
This easy, hearty side dish recipe goes well with beef or chicken.
Boneless chicken breasts, carrots and wild rice mix simmer to tenderness in a creamy chicken gravy.
Whether as a simple fall dinner, a holiday side dish, or a vegetarian entree, this stuffed squash recipe is pretty and delicious.
Wild rice in the pantry is calling my name this week. I picked some up at the Portland farmer's market on a recent visit, and since I'm a big fan of edible souvenirs, I brought it back in my luggage. The slender long grains and their dark hue give a menu more elegance than just plain old rice.
Combine Swiss and cheddar cheeses with mushroom soup to make this quick and simple shrimp and rice casserole recipe.
Wild rice and mushrooms bring a rustic flavor to an updated version of the classic chicken and pasta dish.
A simple dinner for a busy night.
Learn how to make this comforting freezer meal ahead of time so you and your family can enjoy it on a night when you are too busy to cook.
There are all sorts of ways to dress up your comfort food, but sometimes, you just want to get back to basics. And if we're talking classic comfort food, then there are few pairings to compete with savory chicken and rice. Here's what we love about this Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole: the list of ingredients is simple; the prep is simple.
Make this chicken dish ahead and serve on days when there's no time to spend in the kitchen.
Keep this soup in mind for entertaining. It's exceptionally easy, but special because of the wild rice and sherry.