Tips for cooking white rice include rinsing the rice before cooking, using a water-to-rice ration of two-to-one, cooking over low heat and keeping the lid on the pot to. Fluff the cooked rice with a fork so it doesn't st... More »

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While rice cooker preparation times vary by the brand of rice cooker and the amount being prepared, it typically takes about 30 to 35 minutes to make a full pot of white or brown rice. Different types of rice require dif... More »

White rice is brown rice that had been milled and polished to remove the bran; wild rice is not actually a rice at all, but rather a form of wheat grass. On average, wild rice takes twice as much time and water to cook a... More »

To steam rice without a steamer, rinse the rice, place it in a pot, cover with water and a lid, cook until the water is absorbed and allow it to sit for 10 to 12 minutes without removing the lid. It is important to leave... More »

Two great recipes for using leftover white rice are fried rice and rice pudding. Each recipe uses between 1 1/2 and 3 cups of cooked rice to make simple, one-pot dishes with little preparation and short cooking times. More »

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Emeril Lagasse and the Pioneer Woman both have recipes for Hoppin' John, a dish that mainly consists of black-eyed peas and rice. The Pioneer Woman uses white vinegar in her recipe and offers several recipe variations. More »

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According to the California Wild Rice Advisory Board, wild rice should be cooked for 40 to 45 minutes on the stovetop, or 1 1/2 hours in the oven. Wild rice should always be cooked in a covered vessel, but can be stirred... More »

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