Broken Wild Rice
Wild rice is the long grain seed of an aquatic grass native to North America, used as a hearty food source from ancient times to the latest gourmet cuisine. We sort and select broken grains of the same premium, all-natural wild rice we sell whole for a cost-effective form of the highly prized grain in our Broken Wild Rice.
Rinse 1 cup Broken Wild Rice, add to 3 cups of water. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer, covered for 15 to 25 minutes. Drain off any excess water. Wild Rice hull will burst when tender.
Storage & handling
Store in a dry, cool place.
Wild Rice is grown in the rich lands of Minnesota. A mainstay in the diet of many Native American tribes in the upper Midwest, wild rice provided nutrition during harsh winters when hunting and fishing were difficult.
Wild rice is not technically rice, but the seed of an aquatic grass. It resembles a very long grained, dark brown to black rice and can be used in the same applications with an earthier, wilder taste and texture.
Sometimes called "the caviar of grains" over the years for its deep obsidian color and desirability, it offers a simple, natural taste and texture.
We sort and select broken grains of the same premium, all-natural wild rice we sell whole for a cost-effective form of a highly prized grain in our Broken Wild Rice.
Change up the Saturday morning routine with these hearty pancakes, which get a double-dose of nutty flavor and texture from our Wild Rice Flour and cooked Wild Rice.