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Warming up rice, quad workouts at home - Review

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Gold medal candidates Stephanie Rice, Eamon Sullivan and Matt Targett were among the first during the morning session, while 100 metre freestyle favourite James Magnussen - who visited the venue earlier this year - finally got to try out the pool in the afternoon session. At our house, we only use the microwave for 3 things: making popcorn, warming up leftovers and cooking white rice. I love¬†cooking white rice in the microwave because it cuts down the time to 15 minutes and I don’t have to lug out my heavy rice cooker (though I still love her dearly).
And while we’re at it, we found a quick-cooking brown rice product at Trader Joe’s that cuts even more time off the process!! You can use any type of brown rice - if you are using fat short-grained brown rice, add 3 minutes to the cooking time at the end. I did this with regular medium grain brown rice, and it was still watery at the end, so +10 more minutes on 50% and it came out pretty decent. I am not usually one to promote other cooking utensil from Pampered Chef, however the one item I own from them that I CANNOT live without is their Microwave Rice Cooker.

Keep cooking another 3 minutes if the rice still is chewy and there’s still water left. This recipe has been fully tested, not just by myself, but from the test kitchens of one of the largest rice brands in the U.S. I’m not sure if I can find brown basmati rice where we live but I know I can get regular brown rice. I haven’t been nearly as successful cooking brown rice in it, which is why I hit up Google tonight. Unfortunately when I took it out of the microwave the rice was still a bit chewy and there was still a bit of water in the bottom. I have tried so many methods of cooking brown rice over the past 2 years and this is the only way I’ve ever gotten it to work. Personally I find it is only a little bit quicker than cooking in a pan, but I like the fact that there is no risk of the rice sticking to the pan!

The technique for cooking brown rice in the microwave is a little different, as you have to take in consideration the extra layers of bran and germ to cook through. I’ve often wanted to cook brown rice but it takes so long, so this has me really excited to be able to make this pretty quickly during the week. I only had regular brown rice so I used that and also, I have a low watt microwave so in the second step I cooked mine for 21 minutes instead of 20 and let it sit for 1 minute before I removed. I love it when I can set my microwave with water and rice, set 20 minutes and come back to perfect rice!

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