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Cook Grain on a Stove Top - PEP BB food.sand.grain.stove

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I've always cooked rice in a rice cooker, so this was a first for me, oddly enough, though I used to eat rice every day.
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Bring up to a simmer
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Simmering
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A bit wet, but done!
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Cooked some rice on the stovetop with some homemade rabbit stock. Added a pinch of cumin, ghee and salt. Paired with some Indian dishes.
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This is my first time trying to post an image as well as attempt to get a badge bit, so hopefully everything works ok!

A glass of rice to two glasses water made a few cups of cooked rice (two cups plated out pictured here).
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Cooking and cooked rice
Cooking and cooked rice
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2 c. Basmati rice, 3.25 c. water, bring to boil, cover and let sit 20 mins.
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2 c. dry
2 c. dry
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bring to boil
bring to boil
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let sit 20 mins
let sit 20 mins
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dinner
dinner
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This is my entry for the BB in Food Preparation and Preservation.

1. I used white basmati rice, starting with 2 cups.



2. That required 3 1/2 cups of water.



3. I added some olive oil for this demo, but often I'll use butter, rendered fat, or homemade stock as a mix-in. I then brought the pot to a boil.



4. Next I lowered the pot to a simmer and covered it. I find a pot with a couple of steam holes works best.



5. After 20 minutes, I had a nice pot o' rice.



I also created a blog post on this topic, "How to Cook a Perfect Pot of Rice Every Time" - https://www.catintheflock.com/2021/02/how-to-get-a-perfect-pot-of-rice-every-time.html
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fancy stir fry rice dinner for the family! 😋
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rice in pan before cooking with a little olive oil and salt
rice in pan before cooking with a little olive oil and salt
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rice after cooking dumped on top of stir fry vegetables and shrooms waiting to be stirred — yummy :)
rice after cooking dumped on top of stir fry vegetables and shrooms waiting to be stirred — yummy :)
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I made rice on a stove
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look, a stove
look, a stove
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behold, exactly 2cups of rice
behold, exactly 2cups of rice
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