Wild rice is highly versatile and goes well with most meats and vegetables. Often mistaken for cereal, it is actually the seed of an aquatic plant. Wild rice, also known as wild rice or Indian rice, was discovered by Native American Indians who inhabited the Great Lakes Region and considered it a sacred food as it is rich in nutrients.
Boil the water. Pour a quart of water into a medium saucepan. Heat the water over high heat to quickly bring it to a boil.
Weigh and rinse the rice. Pour 225g of rice into a colander. Rinse it very well beneath bloodless jogging water.
Pour the rice into the pot. After rinsing it, pour it into boiling water. Stir it periodically from the moment the water starts boiling again.
Reduce the heat and cover the pot. When the water starts to boil, lower the heat so it can simmer slowly. Put the lid on the pot and let the wild rice simmer until the grains swell and pop. The expected cooking time is about 30-60 minutes.
Shell, drain, and serve the wild rice. Turn off the heat and move the pot away from the hot stove. Remove the lid from the pot and stir with the fork to separate the beans. Pour the rice into a colander to drain the excess liquid. Transfer it to a plate and serve.