How To Cook Perfect Rice Every Time

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Pilaf
Servings: 4

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 shallot, carefully sliced
1 cup white long grain
3 tablespoons gewurztraminer
1 3/4 cups chicken stock
Pinch of salt

PREPARATION
In a little pot over high heat, add the olive oil.
As soon as the oil starts to shimmer, add the shallot, and until it begins to brown, stirring periodically.
Include the rice and stir to completely coat with oil and shallots. Include the white wine and stir to integrate.
Include the chicken stock and salt and bring to a boil.
As soon as boiling, put a lid on the pot and decrease the heat to simmer. Prepare for 18 minutes.
Get rid of the pot from the heat and let steam for 10 minutes.
Delight in!

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Short-Grain .
Servings: 4.

COMPONENTS.
1 cup short-grain .
1 1/4 cups water.
Pinch of salt.

PREPARATION.
In a little pot, include the rice, water, and salt, and bring to a boil over high heat.
Add the lid to the pot and turn the heat to a simmer.
for 15 minutes.
Get rid of from the heat and let steam with the cover on for 10 minutes.
Delight in!

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Wild rice.
Servings: 4.

INGREDIENTS.
1 cup brown brief grain rice.
2 cups water.
Pinch of salt.

PREPARATION.
In a small pot, include the rice, water, and salt, and give a boil over high heat.
Add the lid to the pot and turn the heat to a simmer.
Prepare for 45 minutes.
Eliminate from the heat and let steam with the cover on for 10 minutes.
Enjoy!

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White Rice.
Servings: 4.

COMPONENTS.
1 cup white long grain rice.
1 3/4 cups water.
Pinch of salt.

PREPARATION.
In a small pot, add the rice, water, and salt, and give a boil over high heat.
Add the cover to the pot and turn the heat to a simmer.
Prepare for 18 minutes.
Get rid of from the heat and let steam with the lid on for 10 minutes.
Delight in!

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57 Comments

  1. *love how us asians have taken over the comment section complaining about how she’s making the rice… but i mean here we are watching a how-to-cook-rice video.. lmao*

    1. @Arun Dhar Dude, I totally get your point and I agree with you. I don’t understand why the other people don’t

    1. That’s exactly the kind of stereotypical, uninformed horseshit you would expect from a weeb with a anime profile pic.

    2. America: Macaroni and cheese is a side dish

      Everybody else: iT’s aN EnTIrE MeAl!

    3. @IcognitoDude31 Great for diet or great for increasing your risk of getting type-2 diabetes?

    4. @𝕲𝖗𝖎𝖒𝖒 Because we’re cultured mf who doesn’t like eating rice as our main course of food? Cry about it

  2. “Just let it be. Trust the timing and it’ll come out perfectly”

    My rice: burns

    1. @Abhay Ajoodha easy fix. Place a pan on the eye for the flame to hit, and sit the pot of rice on top of the pan. This helps distribute the heat evenly and lessens the heat hitting the rice 👍🏼

    2. @Norfolk N Whey wicked! Thanks man! I give it a shot the next time I’m cooking outside! Appreciate it tons!

    3. Some tips so the rice won’t burn is to steam the pot of rice. place the pot on larger pan and then add some water on the pan, bring it to boil after that simmer it. Don’t open the lid. I guarantee the rice will not burnt before the pan got burnt

  3. Some of these comments are absolutely ridiculous, but I personally struggled to make rice because someone else always did my cooking, so now that I’m forced to learn how to feed myself, this video was very helpful, I followed your instructions to the letter and my rice actually came out perfect. Thanks for taking the time to post this video.

    1. @vyksi öyh if u wanna go back to just cooking in the pot than that is fine but i much rather prefer my rice cooker thst cooks perfect rice for me atleast

    2. I got used to using the rice cooker so I lost my touch. This video was really helpful indeed.

    3. @Johnny Espino Nope, we Asian people don’t watch video to learn how to cook rice. We learn from our parent.

    4. It’s Good To See People Show Appreciation It’s Genuinely Rare Nowadays🖤

  4. I cooked my rice for the first time today and it came out perfect. Thanks for this very helpful video

  5. Thank you so much!! I did it exactly like you instructed and it came out delicious I could’ve ate it by itself.

  6. I’m moving out by myself and finally need to learn how to cook so that I don’t starve. For whatever reason, cooking has always been so daunting to me (I do it, just rarely) so I thought I’d look for an easy cookbook for beginners. I came across this and in less than five minutes already feel so much more confident. And, I feel like I know everything there is to know about cooking rice. Thank you so much! I subscribed and can’t wait to follow these once I’m in my new kitchen!

    1. If you buy a rice cooker you just fill the water to the line and youre good to go.

  7. I totally get that every culture has different ways of making the same foods and that’s great, But I’m Costa Rican (we eat rice every single day, multiple times a day, and love it) and when I went to Canada I didn’t understand why people didn’t like rice… until I saw them making it like this. 🤦‍♀️🤷‍♀️ then it all made sense!!

    1. @Jennifer Dueck Salas isn’t that dish called Gallo something… tbh I forgot I’m sorry🥺

    2. @Jennifer Dueck Salas Adding coriander to a dish, once it’s nearly done, is the correct way to do it.

  8. This was beyond helpful. Thanks so much. For the first time, my Rice actually came out great.

  9. I love how almost everyone in the comments are flexing how good they cook rice like they all didn’t look up or just watch a video on how to cook rice

    1. Idek how to make rice but I’m I just turned 16 and I’m working out and I’m tryna build more fat and muscle chicken and rice

  10. My Hispanic mom doesn’t even measure, she just does it on instinct. Comes out perfect every time

  11. Just used this recipe to make white rice for the first time and it came out perfect! Soft and fluffy delicious rice thank you so much !

  12. DIRECT, simple and easy to follow instructions. The result… I FINALLY cooked a perfect dish of delicious rice!
    THANK YOU!

  13. This worked so well! Thank you so much for the easy, quick, and clear instructions on how to cook rice! First try and it didn’t burn and was super fluffy and yummy! Thanks again!

  14. This recipe had solidified my rice making skills. Y’all make me feel like a pro. Cheers!

  15. Thank you so much!! I did it exactly like you instructed and it came out delicious I could’ve ate it by itself.

  16. Thank you for showing me! I enjoyed cooking the rice and I made so good eggs with it! Your a life saver! ❤️

  17. Hello, I tried your method for a long grain Jasmine rice and it came out perfectly fluffy! I have a rice cooker but I usually use it to cook brown rice. I cooked a cup of white rice tonight for tomorrow morning’s fried rice. Thank you!

  18. First time ever making rice, and I I just want to say, this was amazing! Such good rice, came out perfect!

  19. This video was a lifesaver! Last night I made my rice too mushy but today I followed your directions and it was the best rice I’ve ever made in my life. 10/10 highly recommend!!

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