09 July 2011

Always fluffy rice

For plump, fluffy, clump-free  rice every time simply rinse the dry rice before cooking.  Rinsing takes the starch off the grains. Place the rice in a bowl of cool water and swirl around with a fork or your hand (make sure you wash first) until the starch makes the water cloudy. Drain and repeat until the water stays clear. Then cook as usual. The grains of rice will be perfectly fluffed and separate.  Excess cooked rice can be frozen for the future.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for that. I'll try it. Mum's was always fluffy but she is dead so I can't ask her and ALL my rice (white or brown) comes out in a well arrange mass, arranged like the container I cooked it in I mean.

    Thanks again. Maybe I was doing sommat wrong ................

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