Wild rice

Wild rice is scientifically different from cultivated rice. This rice is one of the ancestors of cultivated rice and in some countries it is grown, cultivated and harvested in the form of rice and is sold in supermarkets.
You can identify wild rice by its very dark color, along with its harder texture. This rice smells like tea leaves and has a nutty flavor when cooked. Wild rice is a popular ingredient in soups, sauces, and
Black rice has a special cooking method. To cook black rice, you should pay attention to several points. For example, the cooking time of this rice is long due to its bran shell. First, it is better to soak the rice for 10 to 12 hours. The cooking time for rice is 30 to 40 minutes. It takes 20 to 30 minutes to brew it like white rice.