This salad is my favorite!!! It is bursting with wonderful fresh flavor!

Recipe Directions

  1. Place black wild rice in filtered water and let it sit for 2-3 days. Change the water several times.
  2. Cut some yellow or red onion.
  3. Cut a small amount of de-seeded jalapeno pepper.
  4. Chop and add about half of handful of cilantro.
  5. Add the juice of one or half of a lime.
  6. Add fresh pepper and celtic salt.
  7. Add some olive oil.
  8. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl.
  9. Cut some tomatoes, preferably heirloom.
  10. Cut some fresh corn directly from the cob.
  11. Cut some avacado and rub some celtic salt on it, then place in the salad.
  12. Add the wild rice.

Mix everything together!!

Flinzz78's Thoughts

This salad is my favorite!!! It is bursting with wonderful fresh flavor!

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Flinzz78, this was really, really good! I didn't have any jalapenos, and instead of using avocado, I was really in the mood for some spice - so I used cilantro, ground corriander, ground cumin, a tiny bit of ground cayenne and woohoo! Instant cross between pico de gallo and your wonderful salad :)
As for the wild rice, mine took 12 hours to split and get kind of chewy, but I waited longer to get it to the right texture. I just kept tasting it :)

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Sahara, like trinity082482 wrote, the rice will "split" and soften in a couple days. Just give it some time and you will be happy with the result!

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This sounds lovely and fulfilling. I need to go get some black wild rice and give it a shot. I don't mind chewing extra. Thanks for sharing!

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Does the rice ever gey soft?? I tryed soaking it once and it just stayed hard!

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Looks great! I'm definitely going to have to try this.

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