• hassieb1

A Complete Cooking Guide Of Organic Arborio Rice

Organic Rice plays an important role in Italian restaurants as well as all other around the world. Organic Arborio rice is key in Italian foods. It is one of the most adaptable ingredients in Italian Cuisine. Organic Arborio Rice is a rounded pearly white grain that absorbs water and gives off creamy texture.

Arborio Rice primarily grows in North Italy in the region, Arborio, hence the name Arborio Rice. These grains are unique in their shape and composition. It is a small grain that absorbs water 5 times its’ weight while cooking, leading to a creamy and delicious texture. As it retains starch more than other rice, it will result in a creamy, sticky, and nutty dish unlike other rice grains.

You can buy the rice online and have it delivered to your doorstep, ready to be made into any delicious meal.

Cooking Instructions:

  • Start off with water in a pot. The ratio for rice to water for Arborio rice is 1:5.

  • Add in butter (or oil of choice) and salt to taste.

  • Once the water is boiling, add in rice.

  • Allow the water to boil down on medium-high.

  • Once the water boils down, lower the heat to low and cover the pan.

  • Allow it to cook for an additional 15-20 minutes.

  • Once it is done, turn off the heat and cover it again to allow it to steam for an additional 10 minutes.

  • If the rice is too firm, add a few tablespoons of water and allow it to steam.

  • Once done, fluff with a fork, serve, and enjoy!

How to preserve Arborio Rice:

Once you open a packet of rice, store it in an airtight container in a cool, dry environment.

Recent Posts

See All

How To Cook Perfectly Basmati Rice At Home

How Nice Is Basmati Rice? Basmati is a special type of long-grain rice. The Basmati Rice is native to both in India and Pakistan. Basmati means fragrance and the perfect name of this grain as it is kn

A Perfect Fall Organic Food- Wild Rice:

Wild rice is a grass grown in states of Canada called Canadian rice, other species called Indian rice and water oats. This is eaten primarily in North America and China. This wild grain is not related


© 2020 by Earth's Promise