How To Cook Rice on the Stovetop

Top down view of a sauce pan full of fluffed, cooked rice on a weathered wooden surface.

Don’t have a rice cooker and you need to figure out how to cook rice on the stovetop? Struggling with uncooked grains, issues with burning and sticking, or watery results? We’ve got you covered! Check out this quick little guide from Foodal, and it will have you making rice like a pro in no time. Read more now.

A Delicious Lemon Parsley Rice Salad

Top-down view of a white rice salad topped with minced parsley and red chopped bell pepper, on a brown wooden surface topped with a white cloth, with a mini bell pepper and half of a lemon.

Warmer days are ahead and light, bright, and vibrant dishes are a must. This delightful rice and herb salad is the perfect side dish or light lunch, and alongside poultry or seafood it’s a definite treat. If you’re tired of plain grains, we’ve got a few tricks to add healthy flavor to your plate. Read more on Foodal.

Choosing the Best Rice Cooker: Perfectly Cooked Grains Every Time!

How to pick the best rice cooker | Foodal.com

Cooking rice can be a daunting experience. Although it looks simple enough, any variety other than simple long grain will can give even an experienced home chef plenty of trouble. Use an appliance that was invented in Asia for the sole purpose of taming this challenging grain. Some models feature pressurized and induction cooking that greatly speed up the process. Learn more now.