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.
Chicken and wild rice are combined with fresh vegetables, slivered almonds, and a hint of sherry to make this hearty soup. It can also easily be cooked in a slow cooker and freezes well.
I love a good roast duck but it is the stuffing that is the star of this recipe. The stuffing contains wild rice, spring onions, mango, coconut, lemongrass and wine.
Corn, chopped onions and carrots are simmered in chicken stock with wild rice and spices in this soup. Best served garnished with fresh salsa.
Wild rice is not a rice at all, but rather a tall aquatic grass that grows in Japan, China and the Great Lakes region of North America.
I like stir fries to be simple featuring just a few ingredients, in this case chicken, wild rice and asparagus.
Half the world's people rely on rice as their staple food. Rice offers B vitamins and some minerals; its protein features a good balance of amino acids. Wild rice – not a true grain but the seed of a wild grass – supplies slightly more protein than brown rice, and is considerably lower in kilojoules.
A very filling chicken, vegetable and rice soup. You can use poached or even leftover roast chicken for this soup.
Sugar snap peas, chicken and wild rice combine together really well in this healthy and colourful salad that can be eaten as a main or a side dish.
Here's a variation on the traditional Sunday roast! Poussin (young chickens) are stuffed with almonds and wild rice before roasting.
This is a delicious soup combining kumara and wild rice. If you substitute with vegetarian stock it is a vegan recipe.