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November is Native American Heritage Month. One way to experience and celebrate culture is through food – something that everyone can connect with.
The following recipe will make a simple, yet delicious wild rice casserole. Wild rice is a staple for many tribes in Wisconsin, due to its abundance in shallow lakes and streams.
Wild Rice Casserole
Serves 12-25 (depending on portion size)
This recipe was submitted by Potawatomi Hotel & Casino Team Member, Constance (Connie) Sullivan, or “Waaseya Anang Ikwe” (means Bright Star Woman).
She is a member of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Ojibwe tribe. Constance learned to cook recipes like this from her mother. She also attended culinary school where she learned to incorporate a personal touch to her dishes.