In the refrigerator, cooked rice becomes tough, dry, and sticky. But there are some quick ways to “revive” rice to taste as good as on the day it was cooked. Regardless of the method chosen, oil and a little liquid are versatile ingredients that will help cooked rice return its texture.
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Preheat rice in the microwave: Add a few tablespoons of stock or water to each bowl of rice. Cover with cling film or a plate to create a greenhouse effect.
Fry the rice on the stove: in a heavy-bottomed skillet, heat the oil or butter. Add the rice and fry, breaking the lumps with a spatula so that the rice is covered with oil.
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Heat the rice in a saucepan; put the rice in a saucepan, add a few tablespoons of oil and some broth or water. Cover the pot and heat the rice over low heat. Stir occasionally until the rice is completely heated.
Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff
Sources: Today Lifestyle