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Minnesota Real Wild Rice Stuffing

Rated as 3.4 out of 5 Stars

"The nutty flavor of wild rice makes a great combo with dried apricots, pine nuts, and traditional ingredients. I combined some recipes and the result was eagerly consumed. When I made this I fully cooked the rice. This is a forgiving and flexible recipe. There are so many different things to add or substitute: walnuts, almonds, orange zest, dried cranberries, mushrooms, more bread, whatever you prefer."
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1 h 40 m servings 239
Original recipe yields 20 servings


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  1. Bring 8 cups chicken broth and wild rice to a boil in a saucepan; reduce heat and simmer until rice is partially tender, about 30 minutes.
  2. Mix partially-cooked wild rice with chicken broth, cranberry-walnut bread, 1 cup chicken broth, celery, water chestnuts, pecans, pine nuts, onion, apple, apricots, and garlic together in a slow cooker.
  3. Cook on Low until wild rice has softened and split, at least 40 more minutes.


  • Partner Tip
  • Try using a Reynolds® slow cooker liner in your slow cooker for easier cleanup.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 239 calories; 7.5 38.1 7.5 6 83 Full nutrition

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I really really wanted to like this rice more, and I think I'll try it again with a few changes. I made Cranberry Walnut Bread from this site so I could make this rice, and I let the slices dry...

Tried this and everyone liked it will try it again and again

This was good, but the next time I make this I will definitely cut this in half.

I didn't like this at all. The only changes I made were no pine nuts, and I used plain gluten-free bread with a handful of craisins and walnuts instead of cranberry-walnut bread. The texture was...

This was a very good stuffing recipe for Minnesota wild rice. I served it alongside pork chops for dinner. You can add or delete items according to your taste and creativity. The recipe looked...