For White Rice... First you need to wash your rice to remove any excess starch. Place the rice in a fine mesh strainer and rinse with cold water. Then, add the rice to a saucepan. Add 1 and 1/2 cups of water for every cup of rice. Bring the water to a boil over medium-high heat. Once it reaches a boil, turn the heat down to low and cover the pot with a lid. Simmer for 20 minutes. Remove the pot from the heat and let it sit for an additional 5 minutes. fluff the rice with a fork and serve.
1.Rinse the Rice 2.Soak the Rice 3. Cook the Rice 4. Remove the Rice 5. Prepare Rice Cooker for Starching 6. Prepare Starch 7. Pour Starch Solution into Rice Cooker 8. Cook Starch Solution 9. Remove Rice Cooker Lid: 10. Voila
Step 1: Clean the inside of the cooking bowl before first using it. Remove any dust from shipping and wash with water and a cloth or sponge. If there is a film of wax on the inside of the bowl, wash it off with water and a drop of dishwashing liquid. Rinse well. Step 2: After each use, wipe any food particles or stains from the inside surface of the cooking bowl with a cloth or sponge that has been dipped in warm soapy water. If there's stubborn food residue leftover, fill the bowl with water, add a spoonful of dishwashing liquid, and let it soak for at least half an hour. Then rinse well with warm water. Step 3: If your rice cooker has a detachable cord, detach it from the base of the unit after each use. Wash both parts in warm soapy water. Rinse well.
One way is to place a lid on top of the pot, which will help to contain the steam and keep the water boil level in check. Another way is to use a pot with a wider base, which will create more surface area and allow for more evaporation. If you are using a pot that is too small for the amount of water you are boiling, then be sure to partially cover the pot with a lid or place it on a smaller burner