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  • Hey, dudes, I'm highlight.

  • And today, on highly cooking, we're gonna learn how to cook rice.

  • And it was super simple, but this is actually a question I get from a lot of people.

  • So I just wanted to make a quick video, talk a little bit about different types of rice and then show you how to cook rice on the stove without a rice cooker.

  • It's really not very hard one to just know a couple of things.

  • You also glutinous rice, but I think that actually counts as short grain.

  • Um, examples of short grain rice are sushi rice.

  • So this one here you can see how short and fat and kind of plump those grains are, and they're a little bit translucent on the next to have got some arborio rice.

  • And that's what you would use if you were gonna make risotto.

  • They're the same size as the sushi rice screens, but they're much more opaque.

  • They have a higher starch content, and that's why when you make the risotto that starts releases and it makes a nice creamy sauce, and then here we've got a long grain brown rice.

  • You can really get any kind of rice short, medium or long in brown rice form.

  • It just means it's just got the husk still on it, so it's got a little bit more fiber.

  • Some people think it might be harder to digest, but But I like it.

  • It's got a good flavor.

  • It takes longer to cook than white rice.

  • Um, you can get short grain like sushi rice, brown rice, too.

  • And then what?

  • We're actually gonna learn how to cook today is long grain white rice.

  • So this is just a really sort of generic long grain rice.

  • You can get specialty varieties of longer in like jasmine basmati.

  • Um, text.

  • Madi is a Boston Anne Rice that's grown in Texas, and those were a lot more fragrant.

  • There's a popcorn rice that's from Louisiana.

  • They have a nice sort of floral flavor to them, or or nutty.

  • But for like most American booed that you want to serve rice live like if you're making meatballs with gravy and put it over rights or something, you just want long grain, white rice and then bonus.

  • Since I'm gonna probably get this question, this is an example of wild rice so wild rice actually is not a rice.

  • It is a grass seed, but it's cooked like rice, and it has a similar texture and flavor to brown rice Once it's cooked, Um, we'll get to that in another video.

  • So how to cook rice?

  • You want to combine it and a hot.

  • The ratio would be one cup of white rice to two cups of water in season it with a little bit of salt, some butter, some olive oil.

  • You can also add spices like carnival, amore, bay leaves or cinnamon if you want it like infuse the rice with a little bit more flavor.

  • So you combine the rice and the water in the pot, cover it.

  • Put the heat on high, and you bring it to a boil.

  • Now, after you are using a gas stove, you can do it just like I'm telling you now.

  • If you're using an electric stove, what I recommend is turning to high, but then also have another eye that's pre heating on the lowest setting, so that when it's time to transfer, you can just move it right to the low setting rather than waiting for the eye to cool down.

  • so when it comes to a boil, you want to turn the heat down too low.

  • You wanna similar at for 15 minutes.

  • Don't stir it.

  • Don't take the lid off when just cooked for 15 minutes.

  • A glass lid is really helpful because you can see there's little holes in the rice where the steam has has sort of come up and made little tunnels.

  • Once the rice is cooked and it looks like that you want to just leave it off the heat for 10 minutes.

  • By then, your right should be nice and cooked, and you can fluff it with a fork.

  • Fork is preferable because a spoon could kind of break the rice up too much and give you gummy rice.

  • Gummy rice.

  • That's delicious.

  • Not really.

  • Okay, it's left.

  • It's ready to eat.

  • Check it out so it's tender all the way through.

  • There's not any crunchy bits.

  • It's not burned on the bottom.

  • If you have a problem with rice sticking to the bottom or burning or scorching mixture that the pot that you're cooking it in has a nice thick bottom.

  • You don't use any kind of crappy aluminum pots and then also remember the trick.

  • I told you, if you're using an electric stove to transfer it to another low heat burner so that you're not boiling it for longer than you should If you rice ends up crunchy, then you're probably not using enough water or not long enough.

  • And if it ends up Moshi, then you're probably using a little bit too much water or boiling too long.

  • So if you like these tips, this is the kind of stuff that you found useful.

  • I have written a cookbook called Learned to Cook, and it's got everything the beginner cook needs to know.

  • It's perfect for teenagers and young adults and even older adults who needs some tips and for other videos on how to cook rice.

  • I did risotto for a basic risotto recipe using a Breuer rice and also sushi rolls.

  • We're gonna tell you how to cook sushi rice, so please check those out.

  • Don't forget to subscribe, and thanks so much for watching.

  • Have a great day by like a bite of rice.

  • Let's see if you can eat off of a fork.

  • No, no, no, you can't get not eat off work.

  • Oh, Daisy wants please.

  • It is.

  • Can you do better?

  • Daisy did a little bit better, Little doofus is I love you.

  • I love you puppies.

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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