White Rice

Easier to make than you think. Give it a whirl.


6 cups cold water (or chicken or vegetable broth)
3 cups white rice – I usually use Goya, sometimes Uncle Ben’s
1 Tbsp. olive oil


Place the cold water and oil n a pot that has a tight fitting lid. Bring to a boil. Add the rice, stir well. Lower heat to a low simmer and cover; cook until water has absorbed. This takes about 30-35 minutes with the Goya rice.


Couple of notes: The Goya rice bag has instructions for making white rice that just never, ever turns out for me – it comes out pretty gross, so I make it the standard way.


In addition, you’ll probably play around with the amount rice for your needs, just remember that however many cups of rice you’ll make multiply by 2 to get the amount of water needed.

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