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Rice Done Right! Every Time!
Want hot, tender, melt-in-your-mouth, perfectly cooked, freshly prepared rice?
Want it fast and cooked from home every single time? If you answered yes, then read on…
Don’t order takeout, save your money, and make it at home instead.
Thanks to my parents for making me eat gobs of rice growing up, I now know how to make it on my own. 😉
Here is the secret on how to do it the right way, once and for all.
For the record, I am referring specifically to long grain white jasmine rice.
1-Wash once (rinse thoroughly) in lukewarm water, I use long grain Jasmine rice because I grew up eating it and that’s what I am used to eating. But you can choose whichever type, brand, texture rice that suits your taste buds.
2-Tap on the sides of the pot with your palms to level out the rice
3-Fill about 1 inch or approximately 1 knuckle above the surface of the rice with water and cook in a rice cooker on automatic white rice setting (or whichever you prefer using, like Brown, etc.)
4-Stove Top: Cook the rice 20 minutes on medium high heat if cooking on the stove-top oven, stirring often to make sure that it doesn’t spill over and ruin your cooktop. For those of you with a gas stove, consider yourselves lucky, I miss mine so much. My electric stove hates me, it burns all my food, thus I hate cooking. It is annoying for me to stand there for 20 minutes while I babysit my dumb electric stove. But alas, it still works, so I will suffer through it until it dies. 🙁
5-Microwave: Cook for 30 minutes on high setting if cooking in the microwave, stirring often every 10 minutes. This is also very annoying to stand there for 30 minutes while I hangrily wait for my rice. But at least there’s a built-in timer to alert me to care for the rice while I dabble in a side project. 😉
6-Rice Cooker: Just set it and forget it. “Easy peasy lemon squeazy,” as my daughter would say. Oh man, this is by far my favorite method of cooking. Hit the button and walk away.
Mmmm rice, (drools).
When it comes to rice, go for Goldilocks: Not too wet yet not too dry, but, just
If all else fails, try using an automatic rice cooker
We have gone through our fair share of rice cookers in the past, whether it was a hand-me-down or a
All of which were cheap in price and also in quality.
But my favorite by far is the Zojirushi Rice Cooker, it makes perfect rice each and every time!
This Zojirushi model, in particular, has delivered on its promise of perfect rice and then some.
Not only does it perform well, it’s also quite an attractive piece of an appliance in our kitchen featuring
its stainless steel exterior to match the rest of our kitchen appliances.
Although it is a bit pricey, up front, it will last you pretty close to a lifetime.
And that, to me, is a great investment on any kitchen appliance, especially because rice is a staple in
Would you like some stir fry to go with your rice? Try this recipe here.
We serve up rice at least 3-4 times a week with our meals.
How did your rice turn out?
Let me know in the comments below.
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