how to cook rice in the pasta boat?

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Answered: Can anyone advise me how to cook rice properly? everytime i try it ends

boil your water first. When water is boiling then add the rice. cup of rice to cup of water. When it is finished remove heat let stand for 3 minutes and remove lid . This should come out great every time. add butter and some cream with some sugar and mmmgood. from time to ...

Answered: How do I cook pasta for a pasta salad?

You should cook pasta for pasta salad Al Dente. That is an Italian term meaning: To the tooth. This means the pasta shouldn't be mushy. If you want to learn about cooking pasta perfectly every time click here for step by step guide with pictures!

Answered: Cooking Time?

Brandy I use A LOT of wine and Brandy in my cooking, that I learned at the U S Open. Flushing Meadows , from soon TOP of the line Chefs.. will put a good recipe in site for you.. Sweet G

Answered: I searching to buy that specially closed type pot/pan where food is

I agree with Celty, you are probably talking about a pressure cooker. They are great to cook meats like chicken or beef stew. I have one word of caution when using the cooker, make sure the red tab in the top of the cooker is firmly in place by just being observent everytime it is washed. I recently ...

Answered: I have a 4hp motor on a 12 ft. v-hull boat. The ...

A "whaletail" helps, no question about it. A 4hp motor is a little on the small side to get your boat up on the step. You can adjust the tilt of the motor so the prop is further toward the front of the boat . That will put a slight downward pressure to the front. Another thing you can do is put ...
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What is the best technique for cooking rice ...

Perfect Rice, the easy way: http://www.finecooking.com/articles/how-to/cook-rice-perfectly.aspx

I have a mercury force on my deck boat. It runs ...

4800 seems a little on the low side for an outboard. Maybe you should consider trying a prop with a little less pitch.

Rice in saltshakers

Its been done in order to keep your salt from "sticking up" during humidity (you also pour salt directly to boiling and steaming pots)??!! take care Elinoar http://elinoar8.bravejournal.com/

White vs Brown Rice?

This is a very interesting article from Green Living Tips website. Brown rice is not only better for you, but it's better for the environment than white rice too. So what's the difference? Rice goes through a variety of processes before it's ready for cooking. After harvesting, the seeds are ...