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About Wild pecan rice Edit
This perfumed rice develops in Louisiana and is a basmati hybrid. It has a rich, nutty flavor and a popcorn-like fragrance. Wild pecan rice is long-grain aromatic rice that is a hybrid variety of Della rice, which is popular in the southern United States. Typical of cooked aromatic rice; wild pecan has a distinctive aroma similar to popcorn and a flavor that provides a rich nutty taste. This rice is also known as Louisiana pecan rice, pecan rice or popcorn rice. The savor and perfume comes from a naturally stirring compound found in all rice as well as corn and nuts. The rice's texture is fluffy and has a firm consistency. The grains stay separate and fluffy after cooking, so this is the best choice if you want to serve rice as a side dish, or as a bed for sauces. It can be cooked entire and served with stir-fries, sauces, and curries, or made into flour, wine, cakes, vinegar, milk, flakes, noodles, paper, and tea. Wild pecan rice is with ought cholesterol, sodium free, and has no more than a hint of fat and is an easy digestible grain usually used in diets and in special dishes.