Isn’t it Rice to Hear from You?

By Geekmom

This summer in Ohio has been hot with a capital H. Some very good things have happened – spending time with my parents and seeing the excellent adults into which my children are slowly and not so slowly growing. Some not so happy things have happened as well and at the top of this list is losing my assistant speech coach to Dayton and her fiance. The fortunate part of today’s world is that I will still hear from her frequently – at least I better! As TheLexy is searching for a new job, she is being quite the domestic goddess. This is not an easy skin for her as she normally overworks herself and is never at home.

With the current change of scenery (Did you catch that pun TheLexy? All those plays you also helped me with inspired that.), she needs to make perfect rice. This girl doesn’t like doing anything that is not 100% perfect. So for her is my Baked White Rice Recipe. It always turns out and it is extremely easy.

Baked White Rice

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.

Place 2 cups white rice in a round and buttered casserole dish. (Make sure that you don’t use too big of a casserole and that it has a lid or that you have foil to cover it tightly.}

On the stove top, heat 4 cups of water and a 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

Pour over the rice and bake 30 minutes covered.

At the end of the 30 minutes if you still have water, replace the lid and bake 5 to 10 more minutes.

 

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