While wild rice is wonderful when served by itself, it also is a nice addition to salads, soups, and even casseroles. Its nutty and earthy flavors elevate an otherwise boring dish instantly. I will show you how to cook it on the stove top, in a rice cooker, microwave, and pressure cooker. For some reason, every time I want to cook wild rice, brown rice, wheat berries or barley, I find myself having to Google for instructions.
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Thai black sticky rice originates out of Thailand. When this black rice is steamed authentically, a gorgeous purple hue from the rice makes an appearance. There are various ways to use black sticky rice in a recipe, including in porridge, pudding, and a custard. Thai and Lao folklore often sites black sticky rice as being able to strengthen internal organs, calm nerves, and banish depression.
Never miss a new recipe Subscribe. Learn how to make Korean purple rice at home! I will show you how to make it using a rice cooker, instant pot and on the stovetop.
Korean Purple Rice usually refers to Korean rice that is cooked with black rice which gives it the pretty purple color. Besides giving the rice this beautiful purple hue, black rice adds extra nutty flavor and has great health benefits. It is actually not a direct translation but is something that just caught on with people. This rice also has similar purple color but includes not just the black rice but other grains and beans like red and black beans, sorghum, garbanzo beans and millet.