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how to cook Japanese rice on stove
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Preparations

  1. Step 1

    {Tutorial Video} http://youtu.be/_SLLCDrNR4g

    {Tutorial Video} http://youtu.be/_SLLCDrNR4g

  2. Step 2

    Drain rice into sieve, and place in a pot. Add water.

    Drain rice into sieve, and place in a pot. Add water.

  3. Step 3

    Bring to a boil over high heat.

    Bring to a boil over high heat.

  4. Step 4

    When it starts boiling, Reduce the heat to low. Simmer for 15minutes.

    When it starts boiling, Reduce the heat to low. Simmer for 15minutes.

  5. Step 5

    Turn off the burner, and let it rest for 10minutes, covered. DON’T take off the lid.

    Turn off the burner, and let it rest for 10minutes, covered. DON’T take off the lid.

  6. Step 6

    After it has rested, take off the lid, and stir the rice lightly using rice paddle.To do this, you need to turn the rice from bottom to the top and cut through the rice with rice paddle. Don’t break up the rice too much. This idea is to stop it being one solid mass, but not separate as with long grain rice

    After it has rested, take off the lid, and stir the rice lightly using rice paddle.To do this, you need to turn the rice from bottom to the top and cut through the rice with rice paddle. Don’t break up the rice too much. This idea is to stop it being one solid mass, but not separate as with long grain rice

  7. Step 7

    Additional Notes:
You can keep steamed rice in freezer for about 1 month. When you want to thaw and warm again, heat in a microwave for 1’30”-2’00” minutes (500W).

    Additional Notes:
    You can keep steamed rice in freezer for about 1 month. When you want to thaw and warm again, heat in a microwave for 1’30”-2’00” minutes (500W).

  8. Step 8

    Now you made it, don't forget to take a Cooksnap photo to upload below! Recipe authors always LOVE to hear from you and see how their recipe turned out in your kitchen.

    Now you made it, don't forget to take a Cooksnap photo to upload below! Recipe authors always LOVE to hear from you and see how their recipe turned out in your kitchen.

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Comments

  • Ben W

    Ben W Will definitely be forwarding this recipe to many friends who don't have a rice cooker!

    almost 7 years ago
  • Natsuko Kure

    Natsuko Kure Thank you for kind words, Ben W!!i hope it will help them! Please watch my tutorial video on YouTube !

    almost 7 years ago
  • Ben W

    Ben W Your video was amazing! I loved the editing, seemed like you even paid alot of attention to the sound as well (like the rice pouring into the bowl). Can't wait for your next recipe!

    almost 7 years ago
  • Natsuko Kure

    Natsuko Kure Thank you very much, Ben!

    almost 7 years ago
  • Felice

    Felice When I first tried making rice on the stove top, I was surprised how much better it tastes! It's funny how technology can't beat the old way, hehe. Awesome video!

    almost 7 years ago
  • Natsuko Kure

    Natsuko Kure Hi, Felice Thank you for watching Video. That's true.granma's wisdom is better than technology ;)

    almost 7 years ago
  • Saiko

    Saiko This is awesome! I'm someone who needs to learn the basics.

    over 6 years ago
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