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This is one of my favorite dishes of all time. It takes a while to bake, but its worth it every time. I do a lot of this recipe by feel. If you're going to follow it to the letter, just be sure that the broth you make from the chicken stock and sherry is to your liking, it will make a big difference.
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1. Clean, slice, and sauté mushrooms in butter until softened and white parts turn opaque
2. Wash wild rice well by letting cold water run through. (See note)
3. Mix all ingredients and spoon into a greased casserole dish. Stir to mix well.
4. Cover and bake at 325 degrees for 2 hrs.
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Traceycs 3 years agoNot very good rice was greasy
katemckay 3 years agoMushrooms: I use a combination to get a more robust flavor, but if you''re going to choose one kind, choose baby portabella. Tomatoes: If you want to use canned to keep things easy, use MUIR GLEN or don''t bother. Fire Roasted, diced are delicious. Washing rice: This will help your cooking time and lessen the starchy stickiness [I posted this recipe.]