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Giant Wild Rice Medley Recipe

15:16 17 October 2014

Giant Wild Rice Medley

Giant Wild Rice Medley

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The nuttiness and texture from the Giant Wild Rice needs something with similar properties from the spice world - and that something has to be mustard seeds.

Texturally they are a match and more importantly in terms of flavour they are ideal - their rounded almost bitter flavour ideal with the rice but a gorgeous contrast to the smooth mellowness of the lentils.

Prep time: 10 mins

Cook time: 45 mins

Serves 4

Ingredients

125g Tilda Giant Wild Rice

4 sea bass fillets

100g split yellow peas

6 tablespoons olive oil

Zest and juice of 1 lemon

Handful of chopped parsley

2 teaspoons wholegrain mustard (or Dijon)

1 clove crush garlic

Pinch of salt

Pinch of pepper

Method

In a pan of boiling water add the yellow split peas and the Tilda Giant Wild Rice and cook at a simmer for 40 mins then drain the excess water off.

In separate bowl add olive oil and the lemon zest and juice, crushed garlic, salt and pepper and whisk to make a dressing then add the rice and lentils. Add the parsley and mix well.

Pan fry the sea bass for approx. 10 minutes, season to taste.

Tilda® is releasing the first ever Rice & Spice Pairing Guide in partnership with spice expert and MasterChef winner Dhruv Baker. Launching this October to celebrate Diwali, the guide has been designed to help people understand the complex characteristics of rice and discover the perfect mealtime pairings.

Visit www.tilda.com/riceandspice to download the Tilda® Rice and Spice Guide

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