Cooking of local farm Rice

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Cooking of local farm Rice

Post by Austine egbe » 12 Aug 2018, 19:33

Steps for preparing local Rice.
1.take the amount of rice you wish to prepare,
2. Get a flat basin.
3.put the rice inside the basin.and pick the stones find inside it.
4. praboile ur water with a pot
5.put the rice inside the boiled water.
6.leave for some minute.then wash with server.and put the rice inside the pot.
7.add enough water and allow to done.45minutes will be ok for it

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Post by lubang » 12 Aug 2018, 22:56

for us, we prepare the local in the manner of:
1. measure the desired amount of rice in a cup;
2. in a kettle, wash/rinse the rice;
3. boil the rice in a water level corresponding to the rice;
4. cook for 15- 25 minutes;
5. let it set and serve hot.

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Post by Zimall » 01 Nov 2018, 23:26

We cook rice difrerently in our country. First we soak them in water for 30 minutes and boil water and then add rice and let the water vapourize and then serve them.
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Post by Fromoc » 02 Nov 2018, 13:02

For amazing results.
Cook rice without prior boiling of water. I.e put your rice in cooking pot add cold water at ratio 1:1 of rice to water, add cooking oil and salt, stir then use relatively low heat to cook.
You'll achieve amazingly cooked rice, with pleasant aroma.

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