How To Make Good Basmati Rice – by Marie Pollnow



Inspired to make good Basmati Rice? Well here ya go …
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1 Cup – Basmati Rice
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1 and 3/4 Cups – Water
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Rinse the rice.  Put the rice in a bowl and pour cold water into it.  Take your fingers and swish the water around.  You will see a cloudy white substance.  This is the starch.  You do not want this in your rice.  I rinse my rice a total of three times, making sure not to lose rice in the sink.

Then I take rice and let it soak in cold water for one half hour.  After this I pour out the water.  I put my 1 and 3/4 cups of Cold Water into my pot.  I like the metal pots you get from the Spanish grocery store.  Then I put in my clean rice.  Sometimes I put in a pinch of salt but most times not because of what I pair my rice with.  I put in a drop of olive oil or coconut oil.  Then I bring it to a boil and let it simmer for 15 minutes.

 

Oftentimes, I add a little coconut milk to the water at the end for flavor.  I also like to pop in some cardamom pods.  I learned that from an Indian restaurant cook.

After 15 minutes your rice should be fluffy.  I usually take off the lid, off the burner and let it dry out for awhile.  Then it is time to enjoy.  You may add some steamed vegetables or curry over this white masterpiece.

About author

This article was written by Marie Pollnow

I love animals, magic, love and peace. I believe in Universal Laws, love Metaphysics, dabbling in Magick, crystals, herbs and creating things from nothing. My favorite place to be is in nature. I don’t believe in this mamby pamby career restrictive thinking. I am a Truther… proud of it. I love writing and am so grateful to be here, woo hoo! My future goals are to write several books of a spiritual nature, take a foot out of the grid… in other words not out of the grid 100% just a little out. I believe in vibration, intention, allowing, growing and loving. I also believe we all should stand in our truth and value ourselves. Never let someone else determine your worth. I am still learning on this journey of life and looking for my partner, love and conspirator to walk this path with me, I like to exercise as well, it is life energy. Animals are my friends and you might catch me reading a book on witchcraft. Don’t be scared!! – Love and Light!!-

– Restricted thinking, restricted life. Expansive thinking, expansive life.

~Marie E. Pollnow.

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