Stove top cooking is a conventional method for cooking rice and simply requires utensils that are probably already in your kitchen!
Place 2 cups of rice into a medium-size pot Add 2 ¾ cups water and stir lightly Let rice and water stand for 30 minutes (optional) Cover pot and bring to boil over high heat Reduce to low heat and simmer 25
minutes or until water is fully absorbed Remove from heat, let rice stand covered
for 15 minutes, and serve Enjoy!
The rice cooker is a reliable, dependable method of cooking rice. Cook time and outcome might vary by manufacturer
Pour 2 cups of rice into the inner pan of the rice cooker Add water as suggested by the rice cooker manufacturer Let rice and water stand for 30 minutes (optional) Turn rice cooker on to the white rice function
(even for Gen-Ji-Mai) Stir and loosen rice after cooking has been completed,
then serve Enjoy!
Microwaving Gen-Ji-Mai as a means of cooking is
not recommended When reheating using a range or oven, add 2
tablespoons of liquid for each cup of cooked rice,
then cover and heat through (about 5 minutes) In a microwave oven, cover and cook on high for
about 1 minute per cup Frozen cooked rice may be cooked 2 minutes on
high power for each cup, fluff with fork