Have you ever been in that situation where you have guests over for dinner, and your Basmati rice has turned into a mushy overcooked lump?
This has happened to the best of us. How do some people always cook their their rice perfectly, with every grain standing out perfectly separate from others? A lot epends on the quality of rice, of course. Long grained rice like the Basmati will usually cook better and short grained or thick varieties will turn out sticky and lumpy. But untrained cooks can often turn the best Basmati into sticky pudding!
Tips for Perfectly Cooked Rice
Most people put rice in water and place on the stove to cook. Your rice will turn out much better if you use this one tip that top chefs use.
In your pot or kadai, toast the washed rice a little to warm it up. Toast it till it turns dry and gives a nutty kind of smell.Then add hot boiling water to it so that it starts cooking quickly. Cooking hot rice in hot water gives the best results. Try it tonight!