This is a fail safe way to have Cooked Rice in 10 Minutes, without boiling it to death in a gallon of water.
It turns out great every time and think of all the resources you are saving – water and fuel – by cooking your rice this way.
Give it a go and you will never look back!!!!!
Steve’s Kitchen, is FREE consider Becoming a Patreon we Love our Patreons, they keep the show Rolling
Or send some Love through PayPal every little helps.. ❤
HOW TO COOK PERFECT RICE – Make Perfect Rice every time
Cook Time: 10 minutes
- 1 Cup of Rice to 1 Cup of water.
- 1 pinch of Salt to taste per cup of rice.
For products we use in this video visit Here
Watch the full Video Tutorial
*Below are the instructions on how to cook rice using a Gas Stovetop. If you are using Electric check out the note at bottom of the page for some extra tips.
- Place the rice in a saucepan and run some cold water to rinse the rice.
Cover the rice with water and then sneeze it gently between your fingers. You will see the water start to go cloudy. Pour that water away and repeat this process two or three times until the water runs clear.
Once most of the starch has been rinsed away drain all the water from the saucepan.
- Add the salt. Now add the water to the rice. One cup of water to one cup of rice.
- Place the saucepan onto the stove and turn the heat up high. Start to bring the water to a boil and as soon as you see the rice starting to ‘dance’ in the water around the edge turn the bass off. Cover the pan with a towel, push the lid on top of that so it fits tightly and then fold the four corners of the towel back over the lid so it doesn’t catch on fire.
- Move the pan to a low gas ring and turn that on to the lowest possible heat. Cook that for 10 minutes but don’t lift the lid.
Remove the pan from the heat.
The rice is now ready to serve. Remove the lid and gently mix it through to fluff the rice.
*Electric Stove Tips*
I recently had to cook on electric for a couple of months. which was a great chance to test this method.
I had no real trouble at all getting it to work. I used one ring, on high, to bring the Rice to a dancing edge but because Electric stoves don’t cool as quick as Gas, it’s important to move it to a fresh ring on low (make sure it is already on low, a cold plate will zap the heat out of your pot) on my hob setting 2 seemed too work best. It came out perfect time and time again.
Simple, quick and perfect rice every time.