Fruited Wild Rice Pilaf

Fruited Wild Rice Pilaf

"Crunchy apples and pecans give traditional wild rice a tasty twist. This dish pairs well with a variety of meaty entrees. --Becky Burch, Marceline, Missouri"
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1 h servings
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  1. In a large saucepan, saute onion and celery in butter until tender. Stir in the water, rice and bouillon; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 50-55 minutes or until liquid is absorbed and rice is tender. Remove from the heat; fold in apple, pecans and lemon peel if desired.

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I make a dish similiar to this one that I always get requests for. I use the same basic recipe, but instead of apples, I use craisins. I also saute the rice in the butter with the onions and c...

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This dish was OK - I made it in my rice cooker, which took some of the guess work out of it. The flavors complemented each other, but it was missing some pizazz. I even used chicken broth for th...

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I make a dish similiar to this one that I always get requests for. I use the same basic recipe, but instead of apples, I use craisins. I also saute the rice in the butter with the onions and c...

I confess; I always make this with brown or white rice. This rice is fantastic when paired with Yogurt-marinated salmon fillets from this site.

a 5, but a few changes w/ what i had around. used chx broth & one boullion cube too. after cooked i added dried cranberries, walnuts & a chopped apple. served with maple curry pork roast and...

First time I cooked wild rice and found it delicious. I really like the combo of apples and pecans here too.

I adjusted the recipe to my tastes...used olive oil instead of butter. After sauteing the veggies, I sauted the rice for a couple of minutes. I seasoned with sea salt and fresh ground pepper bec...

Big winner at my house.

This is the best wild rice recipe I have ever made. It is phenomenal served with candied salmon steaks. I followed the recipe exactly, and used the calculate tab to double the ingredients, ser...

This dish was OK - I made it in my rice cooker, which took some of the guess work out of it. The flavors complemented each other, but it was missing some pizazz. I even used chicken broth for th...

Nice change from the usual sides. Will make again.

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