Thai Cooking

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For smaller amounts (1 coffee cup full of rice), the water should be approximately 2 cm above the rice. The cooking time is about 15-20 minutes. The water should be completely absorbed by the rice. במקרה הזה אני חושב ש טבע צודק במה בהוא אומר. Jasmine Rice is cultivated for generations of Thai farmers and provides the livelihood of 5 million farmers. Sticky rice glutinous rice is very popular especially in the North of Thailand. It is processed to desserts, as supplement submitted or used as a salad ingredient. בעיתון כתוב ש ישראל בכר הוא זה שבקיא בנושא. It owes its name to its sticky consistency, because the grains stick together after cooking. This has the advantage that you can eat sticky rice with the hand.

In the regions, where it is traditionally eaten with the thumb and index finger, turning the rice into small balls to Thus meat, vegetables, fish, to record pulses and sauce. Sticky rice the food for on the road, because you can form it cooked like sandwiches and fill. Long-grain rice of rice variety diversity requires a classification into two broad groups. A distinction is therefore the long and the round grain rice. Long-grain rice has a length of 6-8 millimeters, is hard, this glassy and remains grainy and dry during cooking. Long-grain rice is advisable therefore as an accompaniment to meat, fish and vegetable dishes. The main varieties of long-grain rice are Parboiledreis, fragrant rice and brown rice. Round grain rice of rice variety diversity requires a classification into two broad groups.

A distinction is therefore the long and the round grain rice. Round grain rice has a length of 4-5 millimeters is very starkehaltig and is therefore when cooking very soft and sticky. Round grain rice is ideal for all dishes, where binding is desired. The main varieties of round grain rice are sticky rice, rice pudding, sushi rice, risotto – or Arborioreis. Parboiled rice in the name of the rice comes from the parboiling process.

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