Wild rice was traditionally from North America and China. Although called rice it isn't in fact directly related to the traditional Asian rices that we are familiar with, rather being a more typical grass grain.
I love wild rice because it has such a great texture and taste. This pasta salad uses wild rice as well as currants, onion and capsicum.
For a real Christmas centerpiece, try this roast goose stuffed with a mixture of wild rice, toasted hazelnuts and apple.
This wild rice stuffing is perfect with roast chicken, turkey or pork. It includes wild rice, apples, currants and bacon.
This is a great side dish or vegetarian option for Christmas. It contains a lot of traditional Christmas flavours and ingredients like chestnuts and cranberries.
This dish sounds intimidating but it's really quite simple. Salmon topped with a pesto wild brown rice mixture is baked inside delicious buttery puffy pastry until golden brown. This dish is sure to impress a dinner party!