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www.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_ratio_of_water_to_rice

The ratio of water to rice is simple if you use a mug (a normal size one at that). First, fill the mug with water and place in a frying pan. Boil. Once boiling, fill the mug with 3/4 of rice and ...

whatscookingamerica.net/Pasta_Rice_Main/Perfect-White-Rice.htm

Learn how to cook perfect white rice with stove top instructions using the absorption method. ... Ratio of rice to water absorption for cooking: 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 cups of water to 1 cup of uncooked rice. By the time the rice has completed cooking, the water should be completely absorbed into the rice. The leftover steam trapped in the pan finishes ...

www.thekitchn.com/how-to-cook-rice-on-the-stove-44333

Many rice recipes rely on ratios for rice to water. I can cook pasta blindfolded, make grits with ease, and bake potatoes with the best of them. But cooking a pot of rice on the stovetop remained a mystery until I gave up juggling water-to-rice ratios and tried different techniques instead.

cooking.stackexchange.com/.../proper-ratio-of-water-to-rice

I use a 1:1.5 ratio for boiling white rice, 1:2 for brown rice. The ratio depends on how processed the rice is and on cooking method used rather than rice type. My method is to add rice and water (salt) to pot, keep a lid on at all times, bring to a boil, leave on low heat and turn off heat 5-10 min before done.

www.thehungrymouse.com/2013/06/27/how-to-cook-perfect-white-rice...

1st - For long grain rice, the ratio is 1 rice to 1&1/2 H2O, and add at least a teaspoon of salt per cup of rice. 2nd - If you "fry" the rice with the salt and a little oil before adding the water, it will be much better.

tastessence.com/rice-cooker-ratio

Rice to water ratio in rice cooker actually depends on the type of rice you are cooking, and how moist you want it. The amount of water needed to cook rice also depends on the different recipes. The safest ratio to begin with is 1½ to 1¾ cups of water per cup of rice.

dish.allrecipes.com/how-to-cook-rice

To cook long-grained white rice on the stove, use a 2 to 1 water to rice ratio. Bring 2 cups of water to a boil in a small saucepan with a tight-fitting lid. You can add an optional pinch of salt if you wish. Add 1 cup of rice, stir briefly to break up clumps of rice, cover the pot with the lid, and reduce the heat to its very lowest setting.

www.quora.com/What-is-the-ratio-of-white-rice-to-water

Rinse your rice in a strainer before cooking. For half cup of rice use one and half cup off water. Follow 1:2 ratio. If you added much water you can strain after rice has been cooked .but keep on checking whether the rice properly cooked or not else it will be mushy. while cooking add salt and little oil ,It will give proper texture to the rice .white rice won’t take much time to cook .

www.bonappetit.com/.../the-6-most-common-rice-cooking-mistakes

The 6 Most Common Rice Cooking Mistakes. ... So cook it, taste it, and adjust your rice-to-water ratio accordingly for larger pots of rice the next time."

www.marthastewart.com/924877/master-recipe-brown-rice

The Right Ratio: Trust us: Though it's printed on the package, the standard 2-to-1 ratio makes mushy rice. For long-grain brown rice, use 1 1/4 cups water to 1 cup rice. For short-grain, use 1 1/2 cups water.