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  • Kathy Kessel

    Slow Cooker North Woods Wild Rice Soup Recipe from Betty Crocker

  • chelsea bridget

    Slow Cooker North Woods Wild Rice Soup (crockpot)

  • Vee Lopez

    wild rice crock pot soup. I made this. I let it crock on low for about 3 hours and it got totally dry. I added more broth and I think I added too much. Has a decent flavor but getting the right balance of liquid to ingredients is the trick.

  • Connie Teska

    Slow Cooker North Woods Wild Rice Soup - Uses leftover turkey :)

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