Total Time
35mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins

One of the most important services provided by a Minnesota Fishing Guide is to serve lunch on the shore of the lake or steam. This dish can be started first as soon as the fire is burning, and will be ready to serve as a side dish along with freshly caught fish fried in Collin's Beer Batter and a salad or vegetable. If a sweeter taste is desired, Chicken Broth can be used instead of the Beer. Cooking is a Creative Sport.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Melt the Butter in the Olive Oil in a sauce pan, and sauté the diced Onion until it is nearly transparent.
  2. Add the Wild Rice, Salt and Pepper and stir until the rice grains are covered in the oil/butter Add the Beer, lower the heat and simmer the Wild Rice, uncovered for 30 minutes or until the rice is tender.

Reviews

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I made this with Guinness and think it was a bit to strong. I still liked this dish and will try again. Next time I'll use a lager. edit: I used a Sam Adam's light and it was much better. Thanks for an easy wild rice recipe.

bobafemme July 16, 2009

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