Perfectly Cooked White Basmati
Well, since you are going to be making that Caramel Chicken I recently posted, I thought I better post this rice clip also. Truly, one of life’s simple pleasures, it’s amazing how many requests I’ve received for a rice lesson. People are terrified of cooking rice for some reason, and claim that it never comes out right. They say it’s either a big gluey mess, or crunchy and under-cooked! Well, this method should fix all those problems. Please try and find “Basmati” rice, which shouldn’t be too hard. Most large chain grocery stores do carry it now, and it’s a really flavorful product. By the way, this method should work with any long grain white rice. And save your, “you should buy a rice cooker” emails! Most people aren’t going to buy one, and it’s really not hard to make great rice using this method.
IngredientsFor recipe ingredients, please refer to the video.
For recipe directions, please refer to the video.
Difficulty Level:Very Easy
Preparation Time:5 Minutes
Cook Time:20 Minutes
Ready In:25 Minutes
Most people are scared of cooking rice cause it just never comes out right. It is either overcooked and soggy or under-cooked with too much bite. Chef John shows us how to get over our apprehensions of cooking rice with a carefully measured recipe of basmati, a really fragrant, flavorful long grain white rice. You don’t need a rice cooker to make perfect white rice!