There seem to be a lot of discussion on how to cook perfect Basmati rice, not mushy, burnt or uncooked rice. This method will give you perfect Basmati rice.
Instant Pot Basmati Rice
6 quart Instant Pot
*if using a 8 quart, put the rice and water in a metal bowl, set it on a trivet and add 1 cup water to the bottom of the IP, add 1 minute to cook time (7minutes)
1 cup Basmati rice
1 cup water(if rinsing, less 3 tablespoons)
Measure the rice and set aside.
Measure the water and add to the Instant Pot
*equal parts of rice and water if not rinsing, if rinsing less 3 tablespoons water.
Rinse the rice until water runs clear
Add the wet rice to the IP.
Lock on the lid, set the steam release valve to sealed position.
(the rice button is more for Jasmine rice)
Set timer to high Pressure for 6 minutes, when finished Natural Release for 10 minutes.
This produced a delicious al dente rice!
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Thank you I have tried rice and it's either not cooked or mushy! I will let you know ! FranReplyDelete
Thanks for commenting! Cheers! JJDelete
Tried and true!Thanks! FranReplyDelete
Yay! thanks for commenting! Cheers! JJDelete
We loved it ! Fluffy and not scorched!ReplyDelete
Yes, tried and true! thanks for commenting! Cheers! JJDelete