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Always Perfect {5-Minute} Pressure Cooker Rice

Always Perfect Pressure Cooker Rice

I gotta admit, trying to photograph cooked white rice is definitely a challenge to my growing photography skills and I was so hesitant to even post’em because I’m totally not satisfied with how they look BUT I know you all really need to have this recipe – despite my horrible photography slump!

While we don’t eat grains often, however we do enjoy white rice a few times a month and have been having it more often since learning How to Reduce the Calories and Starch in Rice by 50%.

And this Always Perfect {5 Minute} Pressure Cooker Rice Recipe incorporates both tricks you’ll need to make the  healthiest rice possible.  And yes, I always & only cook my rice in the pressure cooker – If you don’t have one, I only recommend THIS PRESSURE COOKER and to learn more about why I think pressure cooking is so awesome, check out my 5 thing I love about Pressure Cooking Post.

Always Perfect Pressure Cooker Rice

For those you who might be wondering why we eat White Rice instead of Brown Rice, take a minute to check out these awesome bloggers who explain it so well 🙂 I’m not alone in my selection of White Rice over Brown rice for health reasons!

 Now that you’re on the white-rice wagon with me, Here’s my recipe for my Always Perfect {5 Minute} Pressure Cooker Rice Recipe!

Always Perfect Pressure Cooker Rice

Always Perfect {5-Minute} Pressure Cooker Rice

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Servings: 1

Ingredients

Instructions

  • In your pressure cooker combine all ingredients.
  • Cook under pressure for 5 minutes.
  • Carefully Quick Depressurize.
  • Enjoy!
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8 Comments

    1. Arborio is a type of rice used for risotto, it has a high starch content and while it should cook the texture may not be the same.

  1. hello there,
    this might seem a silly question, but if i double the rice, do i increase the time?
    thanks!
    tima

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