I want that fluffiness/softness of the rice I get at Chinese/Korean restaurants, but when I try cooking my own rice in my rice cooker, I can't get to that point.
I'm using Jasmine rice right now and I'm either cooking it wrong or using the wrong type of rice.
Chinesefag here. 2 tips for cooking nice rice.
Buy the best quality jasmine rice you can get. Price usually is a good indicator of quality, and try to get it at an Asian market. Best if the rice was recently harvested.
Invest in a good rice cooker. Yes you can cook rice on a stove but it is much easier and more consistent with a rice cooker. Buy one with a thick base so it will cook evenly.
I want chicken, rice, and broccoli with some kind of sauce. What would /ck/ do?
No funny business please. This is a serious matter. XD kthxbye
ITT: foods you couldn't stand as a kid, but love now.
Cooked some up this morning.
The worlds greatest breakfast dish.
Redpill me on antique cast iron. Is it worth the investment if I mostly just make pancakes and eggs?
Finnish school food
Ever since i saw pic related here I've been thinking for making some Shakshuka but before i waste my time: Is it good?
Heading of for the store in 20 so fast answers pelase!
i've made something similar to that some time ago. but i did it in an oven, not in a pan.
it have tomatoe sauce, eggs, probably onions and pepper... some parsley, what could be wrong with that? its good
How fucked will my health be if I ate homemade pizza, with generally quite healthy toppings and little cheese every night for dinner? Would that be fine?
If I eat this...will I die?
Does anyone here own a Vegetti? Is this a hunk of junk that wont actually turn my veges into noodles, or inconvenient in any way?
Are disney worlds turkey legs as good as they look
I have a question /ck/ about 100% apple juice
So we occasionally buy like a dozen of boxes, and I noticed something strange. After opening it, and drinking it straight away the juice tastes pretty bad. It's just really sour and not pleasing.
But! If you leave it in the fridge for a couple of days, it gets better. By the third day it is perfect, the taste is a lot richer, fuller, sweeter.
What is the reason behind this?
Im not sure.
I heard when it comes to wine some people leave it standing after opening it to let the air oxidize it or something.
Not sure if im correct on the term that I've used to describe it but im confident on the process as being an actual thing people do.
Maybe something similar happens with the apple juice.
I want to eat healthy, what is your favorite way to prepare vegetables?
Probably the first time I didn't completely fuck up an omelette.
Protips to not fuck it up: high heat, loads of butter.
Eggnog appreciation thread.
Share your love for eggnog.