How to Cook Sticky Rice in a Rice Cooker

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Cooking sticky rice in a rice cooker is a really easy way to make rice for every single meal. Cook sticky rice in a rice cooker with help from this year’s winner of NBC’s next local TV Chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Chef Laura Hahn, chef and blogger for Guilt-Free Foodie Cutie, here at Sweet Christine’s Gluten-Free Bakery in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. I’m going to show you how to make sticky rice in a rice cooker. In the gluten-free world, rice is important for everything, and you can have a lot of fun and do tons of stuff with it. Sticky rice is one of those things that you can use for so many different things, so, I’m going to show you how to do it my way. I have a really big rice cooker. I make rice for every single meal. So, you can make a single serving of sticky rice in a big rice cooker, or you can do it for 15 people if you wanted. So, it’s really basic. So, open your lid, and you’re going to start with sticky grain rice. You can use regular rice – just add more water so it thickens up the rice a bit. But, this is just Japanese sticky rice. So, I have one half cup that I’m pouring in to one full cup of water. Just do a pinch of salt, give it a stir, and that is it. Rice cookers are awesome! And, you let it go and you can walk away. It’ll buzz or a timer will go off when it’s done. And, as soon as it’s done, it’s going to look like this. There you go: Some sticky rice in a bowl. You can serve it alongside chicken or fish, or play with it and make some mock sushi – whatever you want to do with it. I just served it with a little cilantro and a pretty lime, but sticky rice is great, so get creative. Again, I’m Chef Laura Hahn, chef and blogger for Guilt-Free Foodie Cutie, and that’s how you make sticky rice in a rice cooker.

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