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How To Cook The Perfect Rice – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 7, 2015




How to cook rice perfectly every time – if you want or need to make the rice without spices, the same method will work.

If you liked this clip check out the rest of Gordon's Channels

http://www.youtube.com/gordonramsay
http://www.youtube.com/kitchennightmares
http://www.youtube.com/thefword

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John Kang
- 5 Years ago

I eat rice daily-Korean figures. My Indian room mate also eat rice on daily
basis. The idea of seasoning plain rice just blew our minds.
Still, I used to make “bread and butter rice” by mixing cooked rice with
soy sauce and sesame seed oil.

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Sototallymetal
- 5 Years ago

Ramsey’s rice cooking skill level: almost asian

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Adam Dean Shafi
- 5 Years ago

Lot of East Asians coming here to talk shit. This is Indian rice, not East
Asian rice. Relax everybody.

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Hoàng Long Nguyễn
- 5 Years ago

Some dickheads and cunts here said they eat rice like what, four or five
times per week? And they think they know how to cook rice better?
I eat rice for two meals per day, that means 14 times per week, and it
doesn’t mean I’m doing better. There are many ways to cook rice; I’m not
gonna try Gordon’s way, since I prefer plain rice, not because he has done
it “wrong”.

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ElectricPyroclast
- 5 Years ago

How does he have the time to manage all those restaurants, travel to a lot
of places, be the host for TV shows while there, be at home and care for
his family, and make YouTube videos???

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Mayra Tirado
- 5 Years ago

I’m Puertorican and we make the white rice very different. We do use 1 part
to 1 1/2. (example: 1 cup rice to 1 1/2 cup water) but first we put 2
tablespoon of oil (canola,corn or vegetable) that is so the rice dont stick
to the pan, salt till the water taste a lil salty (not much) and when the
water is boiling we put the rice. Leave it open on high till is almost dry
and then lower the temp to low, turn it and cover completely till is
cooked. But I’m going to try this and see how it taste!

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Karolina Pidło
- 5 Years ago

Pardon me, chef, but this is not perfectly cooked basmati rice. That’s a
shame on this poor indian rice. The method you presented is good, but you
don’t know how to perfect it to be powdery. Basmati rice in india is always
powdery. Bestly cooked rice is powdery always. But nobody’s perfect. 

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Max Malkiel ملاقند

very bad cooked rice, mon ami! wet and sticky. That’s not fluffy. Never
cover it when boiling, only when most of the water is gone, then you cover
it and simmer for 10-15 min. And also on the first place it was a little
bit too much water for basmati , basmati ‘doesn’t like’ water. 

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Navid Khani
- 5 Years ago

well, that rice does not look good to me sorry chef..
have a research about how Iranians cook rice and u will be surprise….
Piece.

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Cheng Li
- 5 Years ago

The ratio 1:1.5 is not always true, really depends upon the rice. With
Thai rice it’s 1:1.5, but with long grain parboiled rice it’s 1:2. This
is the way Chinese people cook their rice
1) Rinse the rice 3-4 times in a bowl of cold water
2) Cook the rice with cold water in a pan, bring the water to a boil (about
3 minutes)
3) Open the lid and stir the rice
4) Close the lid and let it simmer for another 8 minutes (don’t open the
lid)
5) Take the pan of the stove and let it rest for 15 minutes. DON’T open the
lid.

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donnk
- 5 Years ago

As expected from a white chef this rice video is bullshit. Show any chinese
this goopy wet rice and he’ll kick you out of the door

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karmenn7
- 5 Years ago

what a weird way !!
no oil in the pot !!

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rica bhebhe
- 5 Years ago

Sorry Chef, but your rice was slightly undercooked.

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oktaecyoongworld
- 5 Years ago

I’m Chinese, and the rice I eat and is served in authentic restaurants have
no oil, zero seasoning, and no spices period. 

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Kyle SoSik
- 5 Years ago

I’m asian and I use a rice cooker. Fuck that traditional bullshit.
Never-mind, fuck the rice cooker too. Uncle ben’s instant rice is my shit!

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sokee13
- 5 Years ago

1:27 “I just smoked a whole buncha crack!”

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Alexander Rex Evensen
- 5 Years ago

Gordon Ramsey’s way of being energetic on camera: Drink a lot of water,
wait until you need to pee. Then start filming :D

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Kenny Hernandez
- 5 Years ago

i see ramsey teaching hiw to make cereal adn he will still say now lightly
season it lmaoo

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Little Gremlin
- 5 Years ago

1 part rice to 1 and a 1/2 part water? What the fuck does that even mean? 1
half part weight, volume or what?

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Quynh Le
- 5 Years ago

The rise is too wet, for us asians, we serve our rice moist but fluffy.
It’s perfectly cooked, not too wet or too dry. But it really depends on
what you prefer. You won’t understand how to cook rice unless your an
asian! C:

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bacon
- 5 Years ago

Would a rice cooker work just as well for this technique?

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Ethan S
- 5 Years ago

i really dont know why western people use that long rice? 

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Desmondos
- 5 Years ago

Basically; get a rice cooker.

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Johnny Kong
- 5 Years ago

Mum would say ‘For God sake, that’s not how you cook rice..’ I am a Chinese
and I don’t get the whole point of seasoning the rice and adding spices
into it. Rice has taste in itself. I think Vietnamese, Korean and Japanese
would agree with me.

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mjohnsimon1337
- 5 Years ago

Or, you know, buy a $20 rice cooker and avoid burnt, crusty, hard rice

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