How to Cook Plain Boiled Rice | Chinese Style Cooking Recipe
Welcome to Xiao’s Kitchen. My name is Xiao Wei, ever since my Mother taught me how to cook at an early age, I have always had a strong passion for Cooking. My family still live in Inner Mongolia in the northern part of China, where I visit each year and pick-up new Asian/Chinese recipes.
1 Litre Water
1 Tsp White Vinegar
1. Wash rice in a bowl with cold water and then discard the water
2. Rinse the rice several times until the water runs clear
3. Place the rice in a saucepan, add vinegar and a litre of cold water, place onto the cooker
4. Turn on the heat to high, bring to the boil
5. Once reaches to the boiling point, leave to boil on medium heat for 2 minutes – stir once to avoid sticking
6. Take a grain of rice to test by squeeze with your fingers, it should be little soft outside but still hard in the middle
7. Tip most of the liquid out so you are not able to see water above the rice level– this is important
8. Cover the pan and cook on the lowest heat for 10 minutes – do not remove the lid or stir during this
9. Remove the lid after 10 minutes and turn off the heat, stir and fluff the rice
10. Place into a dish and ready to serve
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What type of rice
Rice is tuff…?
What type of rice do they use
is this a video about boiled rice or making fusion bomb, what are those effects
What brand of rice is this?
What if I don't like vinegar
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Wow So Good Thanks for Sharing ?
Thank you so much. I perfected this on my first try and enjoyed it thoroughly. I’m trying to start learning how to cook and I’m starting simple ?
They said when you dump the water out it's like all the best nutrients in the rice are leached out. Is it true so absorption is better?
I love the taste if it. Very light and healthy it taste.
what kind of rice are you using?
That intro was like: How to cook rice in CyberPunk 2077
What kind of rice are you using
Thanks mem https://youtu.be/rqTOuz2QtDw
I measures water using my knuckles as scale…if water from tice surface reachers ur second knuckle then water is enough to cook whole quantity of rice ….
African guy with Chinese girlfriend, I used your recipe for dinner on our first dinner date, she is sooo impressed. Thank you!
First time cooking chinese style rice, used this video, came out perfect – thanks Xiao
This method is somewhat complicated, in India we cook rice in simpler ways. You can just drain out the water after the rice is done to your preference… keep checking. No need for vinegar and half cooking and draining and keep simmering, etc.
In India, we even use the pressure cooker to cook the rice, but in that method, it's more starchy and less fluffy. Of course, in India you get much better rice varieties. Some of them are long grained and fragrant and cook in very little time….basmati, jeera rice, govind bhog, etc.
I love your cooking skills thank you for sharing
this is much better than bbc cook food ty for sharing!