In this week's recipe, we are back with our kitchen 101 series.
Rice is a staple food that's enjoyed by millions of people around the world. It's versatile, easy to cook, and pairs well with a wide variety of dishes. However, despite its popularity, cooking rice can sometimes be a challenge.
If you've ever ended up with a pot of mushy, overcooked rice or undercooked grains that are still hard and crunchy, you know how frustrating it can be. That's why it's essential to learn how to cook rice the right way. In this recipe, we'll show you the proper techniques to always achieve perfectly cooked rice. Whether you prefer fluffy long-grain rice, short or medium-grain, these tips and tricks will help you get it right. So, let's get started!
200 g (1 cup), short-, medium-, or long-grain white rice
300 g (1¼ cups) water
3 g (½ teaspoon) kosher salt
*A good way to know if you add the right amount of water to cook rice is to drag a spoon from one side of the saucepan to the middle, and if the rice rises just above the water, you have added the right amount of water.