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Wild Rice Dressing

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Ingredients

1/2 pound wild rice
8 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 cup chopped celery
4 ounces mushrooms
1 medium green pepper, chopped
1 pound sausage
10-3/4 ounces cream of mushroom soup
Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

Parboil wild rice in an uncovered, 8-quart dutch oven and drain. Using an uncovered 8-inch skillet, use the butter to fry onion, celery, mushrooms, green pepper, and sausage. Next combine the sausage mixture with the wild rice, cream of mushroom soup, salt and pepper. Stir and place in a greased 9x13x2-inch covered pan. Bake at 350 degrees until hot, approximately 45 minutes.

Grace Kaiser
Taylor Ridge



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