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How To Cook Thai Jasmine Rice



A naturally aromatic, long grain white rice, jasmine rice is the staple of most Thai meals. It has got nice sweet and nutty flavor and  goes well with almost all Indian, Thai or Chinese curries. Its easy and quick to prepare and not very sticky. This recipe is adapted from the cookbook "Around The World In 450 Recipes ".




Ingredients

  • 2 cups jasmine rice
  • 3 cups cold water

Directions



Rinse the rice thoroughly at least three times in cold water until the water runs clear.Put the rice in a
heavy-based saucepan and add the water.Bring the rice to boil, uncovered, over a high heat. Stir and reduce the heat to low. Cover and simmer for up to 20 minutes.Remove from the heat and leave to stand for 10 minutes. Remove the lid and fluff up with fork to separate the grains.




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13 Comments:

Hema said...

Plain rice can never look more welcoming dear, very helpful post for beginners..

~American Baker said...

Jasmine and Basmati rice are all I ever cook anymore. Thanks for the tips!

Sayantani said...

very useful post as this rice quickly becomes sticky...very beautiful click.

Aarthi said...

perfect rice

PrathibhaSreejith said...

beautiful click Vrinda :)

ANU said...

ver nice post dear...rice is cooked perfectly!

Julie said...

Very useful post..

Erivum Puliyum

Torviewtoronto said...

lovely presentation looks wonderful

Achu's Amma's Kitchen said...

use full post.i bought jassmine rice once ..i made in different way it was a super flop..

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Usually i cook rice using rice cooker..Thanks for sharing this recipe as i might use it when my rice cooker broken, hehehe..

Aruna Manikandan said...

looks perfect vrinda :)

Suja Manoj said...

Perfectly cooked rice,useful post dear,thanks for sharing

Abraham Chacko said...

ver nice post dear...good keep it up

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