White & Wild Rice Pilaf

White & Wild Rice Pilaf created by Bev I Am

Oh, I just love rice pilaf! This one is from a Swanson Broth Creative Cooking recipe pamphlet. Just remember that the broth is already diluted, so don't add water! Also, feel free to add other herbs of your choice.

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  • Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet.
  • Add onion, carrots, celery and garlic and cook until tender.
  • Add wild rice and broth.
  • Heat to a boil.
  • Cover and cook over low heat for 25 minutes.
  • Add white rice.
  • Cover and cook over low heat for 20 minutes or until done.
  • Stir in parsley.
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"Oh, I just love rice pilaf! This one is from a Swanson Broth Creative Cooking recipe pamphlet. Just remember that the broth is already diluted, so don't add water! Also, feel free to add other herbs of your choice."
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  1. Jenny M.
    Delicious! I used a wild rice blend and butter instead of olive oil. My whole family enjoyed it and I will be making it again!
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  2. Seeyouglow
    Tried this recipe and loved it! Cooked the wild rice a few extra minutes but otherwise made no other adjustments.
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  3. carolyn.ashley
    Some people have commented that the wild rice was crunchy. Of course it was. You have to use a much longer cooking time than for white rice. The extra 25 minutes doesn't do it. Some people recommend soaking wild rice overnight before cooking it. Other than that, the recipe was very good and my husband and I enjoyed it. I did add an extra 10 minutes to the cooking time at the end, but it wasn't quite enough to remove all the crunchiness from the wild rice.
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  4. carolyn.ashley
    Cook time for wild rice - best to soak overnight before cooking.
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  5. Danielle E.
    This is a great basic recipe that you can easily tweak to your taste and is just so easy to make, period. I doubled the recipe by using 7 cups water with chicken stock granules, 1 cup wild rice blend, 21/4 cups jasmine rice. I added just a bit of thyme and basil and used mushrooms with the other veggies. If you like your wild rice less crunchy, add 5-10 minutes to that first 25. It was my first time using this recipe and first time making pilaf and it turned out perfect. Exactly how rice pilaf should taste. I will be making this regularly for sure.
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