Instant Pot Rice.
Let me borrow liberally from the Instant Pot page.
Cooking rice in the Instant Pot, the 1:1 water to rice ratio method:
- Measure dry rice, set aside. (about 1 “cup” minimum recommended, any “cup” you choose)
- Measure same amount of water, add to Instant Pot’s inner pot/liner.
- Rinse rice, add wet rice to the measured water in the inner pot.
- Lock on the lid, and set the steam release valve to “sealing” position.
- Select your pressure cooking time.
~The “Rice” button is timed for white or parboiled rice only.
~For other types of rice, set “Manual” to correct time (by pressing “-” to adjust the cooking time) for the type of rice you are cooking, in the case of brown rice, for example select 22-25 minutes depending on your preferences and any local issues, like high elevation.
~See abbreviated timing chart below, or use your preferred pressure cooking time for your variety of rice.
- Let the rice rest for about 10 minutes after cooking is finished before
Keep rinsing it until the water is running clear. I rarely have enough patience for this. Sometimes the rice is sticky.
Treat Your Self.
Rice is very cheap. It’s low cost is the reason America had to settle for a tie at the end of the Vietnam War.
Really nice quality rice is very cheap if you buy it from Costco and settle for the California Sushi Rice. I got 20 pounds for about $20 bucks.
Royal Authentic White Basmati Rice, 20 lbs. is also around $20 dollars and comes with a cool bag.
You can also small quantities of expensive rice at a fancy grocery store. They sell all kinds of magic at fancy grocery stores.
International grocery stores. Asian Markets. I haven’t checked rice prices yet. Let’s put a pin in it.