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    I got this recipe from my neighbor. This makes a great side dish as is, or add chicken to the recipe and serve as a main dish. Easy and tasty!

    Recipe #248788

    This is a great Minnesota recipe, and soooo good...creamy and filling too! I moved to Southern Missouri, and was surprised that natural wild rice is so hard to find in these parts. I'm not a soup eater, but this is excellent!!!

    Recipe #232931

    I found this recipe in the "Eating For 2" recipe magazine. I've made this recipe a few times, and both my husband and I like it. I always make a double batch and freeze half for another meal.

    Recipe #248784

    Growing up in Minnesota, this recipe has been a staple at our Thanksgiving and Christmas Table for as long as I can remember. I have been living in Southern Missouri for the past 5 years and am amazed that people here have not ever tasted, let alone heard of wild rice, and you can't get it here at the local stores. I have my MN. people mail it to me. I could live on it!!!In our family, we call it "Mom's Wild Rice" I don't know where the recipe originally came from, but every person that I know that has tried it, makes it a part of their Holiday meals!!!Get the real "natural" wild rice. It is rather expensive, but goes such a long way!!!DEFINATELY COMFORT FOOD!!!!Tell me what you think!

    Recipe #232943


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