Cooking Rice with the Absorption Method | Cooking Paella | Cooking Risotto
Cooking Rice with the Absorption Method
Cooking rice with the absorption method is, perhaps, the method that most people are accustomed to when cooking rice, but it is often the most difficult.
Boiling is one of the easiest methods for cooking rice. The grain is cooked uncovered in a large quantity of water. The rice and water are then dumped into a colander and drained for several minutes to remove the excess moisture.
Cooking Techniques | Match the Type of Rice with the Proper Cooking Method
The three basic techniques for cooking rice with hot liquid are boiling, absorption, and steaming, which are perhaps the most popular methods for cooking all whole grains.
Described below are some of the products (including flour) created directly from rice. Other than a few exceptions, products that are created after the grain has been ground into flour are not described, because they are so numerous.