Stir-Fried Wild Rice

Prized for its nutty flavor and pleasantly chewy texture, wild rice is not a true rice at all. Its actually the seed of a marsh grass native to the northern Great Lakes region, where it is harvested by Native Americans. Wild rice is also farmed elsewhere in the Midwest as well as in California and Canada.
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Review 1 for Stir-Fried Wild Rice
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martawillcox
,St. Louis
,MO
October 16, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
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terrific flavors
October 16, 2011
i admit i had to substitute some ingredients (soy sauce instead of hoisin, shallot instead of scallions, etc.) but the flavors in this dish are really terrific.
my wild rice needed more time than the 50 minutes prescribed.
 
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Review 2 for Stir-Fried Wild Rice
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Carloswoodstock
August 14, 2010
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Quick'n easy
August 14, 2010
Just missed some hot spice, I put peperonccino while storing and it's a whole different xperience!!!