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Cooking Rice

Brown Rice Syrup Nutrition Information

Brown rice syrup is a sweetener derived from brown rice. Manufacturers make brown rice commercially by cooking brown rice flour wi...

How to Cook Rice for Biryani

Biryani is a rice-based dish popular in northern India and in parts of southern India, particularly around the city of Hyderabad. ...

High Fiber Alternatives to Rice

Fiber is any carbohydrate that cannot be digested. According to the website for the Harvard School of Public Health, most people d...

How to Cook a Leg of Wild Boar

Boars and feral pigs can be found in wild and semi-wild areas across much of the world. The European boar, the variety found most ...

Can You Cook Microwavable Rice Without the Microwave?

Most foods marketed as microwavable can be cooked in more traditional ways as well. Microwavable rice is no exception. This is the...

How to Cook Nigerian Coconut Rice

Coconut rice is a specialty dish common to West Africa, including Nigeria. Because it is popular, there are many different, but al...

How to Cook Basmati Rice on the Stove

Basmati is a perfumed rice with a powerful fragrance similar to jasmine. Basmati is the rice of choice in Middle Eastern cuisine, ...

How to Grind Rice in a Blender

Using rice flour is a cooking alternative for those suffering from a wheat allergy. According to the Kids with Food Allergies Foun...

How to Reheat a Rice Ball

Arancini, or fried rice balls, are small, round balls of cheese coated with cooked rice and then deep-fried. Ricotta cheese is som...

What Vitamins Does Rice Have?

Rice comes in three grain sizes -- long, medium and short. It is most commonly consumed in its refined white form, which is sold a...
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