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    ausngeh is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default How to clear the sticked rice?

    Hello,

    When I want to cook rice with the pot. Everytime some of the rice will sticks the bottom of the pot and I have to soak the pot in the water for a while. Then it can be clear away? Is there a way to solve the problem? Thanks for help?

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    Christing is offline Assistant Cook
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    Use the water to bubble soft

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    mrslemke is offline Assistant Cook
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    Whenever my grandma made rice she always made gravy, so the pan she would make her rice in she would just make the gravy in after the rice was done and the pan was a little easier to clean, thats how I remember it at least, now I always just make the 10 min rice in the bags, I cheat lol

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    pot coking is made simpler if you add some vegetable oil or little butter so that it doesn't get sticky at its bottom. add heated oil unless if you add fresh unheated oil that may smell raw when the whole rice is cooked. try this once!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ausngeh View Post
    Hello,

    When I want to cook rice with the pot. Everytime some of the rice will sticks the bottom of the pot and I have to soak the pot in the water for a while. Then it can be clear away? Is there a way to solve the problem? Thanks for help?
    Hi,

    The trick is to boil it first on a high heat with the lid off then "steam" with the lid on at a low heat. This link showed me how to get it right: How to cook plain riceEat For Cheaper | %_title%

    You'll always get some stuck but this way it will easily scrape off with your spoon and still be eatable and not be burnt

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    care courses is offline Assistant Cook
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    I think this might depend on what you are looking for? is this purely for cleaning the pan after the meal or for making sure u dont ahve rice going wasted when serving your meal!??

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