Ground beef and wild rice casserole is an easy, one pot meal that goes together quickly. If you prefer, you can make homemade cream of mushroom soup and substitute for the soup concentrate and water. When I’m in a hurry, I use Pacific Organic Mushroom soup concentrate, which is gluten free and soy free. I use one BIG onion or several smaller onions. We love onions!
Wild rice gives this dish a firmer texture and lower carb count than the standard hamburger rice casseroles. I’ve been using wild rice more in cooking recently as part of my anti-candida, anti-psoriasis diet, and I enjoy it. Just be aware that it does take longer to cook than white or brown rice. Under-cooked wild rice is quite chewy, so make sure you allow enough cooking time. This dish can be made ahead and reheated on the stove top or in a crock pot. Just add a little extra liquid, if needed, to help with heat transfer and keep it from scorching. [Read more…]
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