Keep It Simple: My Favorite Rice

We have rice once a week in our house at least. Both of us love rice, but our styles vary.

Scott loves plain white Jasmine rice and I like my rice to have a little something going on.

It doesn’t have to be much but something!

I came up with a solution that satisfies us both!  It’s got enough UMPH that it isn’t plain and it’s doesn’t have so much UMPH that it turns into something else.

It has become my favorite rice and whenever I have all the ingredients on hand, it’s what I make.  I do my little happy dance if I get a chance to eat this rice.

Andrea’s Favorite Rice

  • 1C White Jasmine Rice
  • 2C Chicken or Beef Stock
  • 3 Green Onions, finely chopped
  • 1/2tsp Soy Sauce

In a medium sized sauce pan add stock and soy sauce, and bring up to a boil.  Add in rice and cook until rice is done.  About 10 minutes.

Once rice is cooked, add in the green onion and stir.

Serve and enjoy!

See, super easy to make! And perfectly tasty!  Just enough green onion to give it some kick but not so much that it becomes oniony and overpowering.

The soy sauce is just enough to give a little bit of additional background flavor.

I always make rice with stock because it gives it more flavor and a little bit more of a nutrient bump.  If you want to use water though, go right ahead.

Keep things simple and you’ll have a great dish every time!

2 thoughts on “Keep It Simple: My Favorite Rice

  1. Unless I’m cooking brown Basmati rice with it’s lovely, nutty flavor When rice is a side I love cooking it with some kind of flavored liquid because on it’s own it shrinks into the background against most foods. I may have to try this tonight.

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