Wild Rice and Chestnut Dressing

Wild rice is not a rice at all but the seed of an aquatic grass. Although much of it is now cultivated and harvested by machine, it can still be found wild along the shorelines of lakes and rivers in the American Midwest, particularly in Minnesota. There, Native Americans working from canoes still gather the rice by hand. Jumbo-grade grains are the longest and most desirable for this dressing. Doneness is a matter of personal taste. Some cooks prefer the rice still slightly crunchy, while others like it cooked until it is tender and the ends of the grains have split.
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auntstace
November 21, 2013
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Always a hit!!!
November 21, 2013
I have been making this recipe for over 10 years and it's always been a hit. I have always loved it but everytime someone new tries it for the first time they are hooked. I will continue making this every special dressing occasion. Love it and highly recommend it!!!