• My grandmother taught me to rinse it twice. Then add enough water so that if your pointer finger is just on top of the rice, the water should be at the first knuckle line. Use a rice cooker... or if you don't have one, set the stove at the lowest it can possibly go. If you can trick it to a lower flame (gas stoves) then do that... You don't want the water boiling to fast. If your rice is still coming out mushy, then your lid isn't allowing enough steam out.
  • I cook my rice in a rice cooker! If you do not have one I would use for every cup of rice, 2 cups of water. When water starts boiling ad the rice. Turn the flame to a low mediun. Cover the pot, but not completely. Keep checking often and stir. After it cooks, cover the pot completely and let it rest for 10-15 minutes. I hope it helps!
  • wash it until water runs clear . fill pot with desired amount of rice. add water until about and inch over layer of rice. bring to a boil . then turn heat down to a very low simmer. cover . wait about 15-20 minutes. Or until rice has asborbed water.
  • Add rice to cold water and bring it to simmer. When the rice is soft, she's-a-ready.
  • buy a rice cooker....hehehehe
  • 1 part rice to 2 parts water, bring to a boil and cover. Turn off the heat and let it sit until soft, about 10 minutes if you have professional pots with even heat distribution, about 15 to 30mts otherwise.
  • When you add the water. with the tip of your index finger touching the rice Measure the water level from the rice to the first knuckle of your index finger. Turnon the heat and bring to a boil. When the water is boiling turn off the heat cover the pot and set aside for about 20 minutes. This has never failed for brown rice. Wild rice is still in the testing phase.
  • stir a few times, but fluff with a fork and don't keep opening the lid. Open to only once to fluff
  • I like to first heat 1 teaspoon of oil ( I prefer seasame) any oil is fine...then add 1 cup of rice, when rice turns a whiter texture then add 2 cups of boiling water, and let rice simmer over a very low heat for about 15 minutes...then your rice will be nice and fluffy and ready to eat....yummy!!
  • Get a rice cooker!!! and you put water in it until it comes to the first nuckle on your first finger (above the rice)

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