1tbspGhee or Butter (I Use Ghee for a richer flavour)
3tbspGhee or Butter (Melted)
The first thing you need to do is get your cooking pot and wash your Rice until the water runs clear. I would say that would take around 3 rounds of rinsing. After rinsing you need to add the water to the rice. (a secret that I usually do to make sure my rice comes out perfectly fluffy and NOT sticky is by filling the water up until it lays just below an inch above the amount of rice in the pot) !! If you have too much water in the pot empty some until you have it at the desired level.
Now add 1 spoons full of Ghee or butter to your pot along with the pinch of salt.
Now turn on your stove at a high heat and place your pot on top. let the water and rice boil with a lid on top until the water evaporates. This should only take around 10 mins.
At this point you lower the heat to a mid-low temperature and you need to quickly lift the lid off the rice and create small holes in the rice to pour in the remaining melted Ghee or Butter into it. Then place the lid back on and let cook for 20 mins
A way to check when the rice is cooked is to wet your finger and lightly touch the outside of the pot (if you can hear a slight sizzle it is ready).Once the Rice has cooked remove the pot from the stove and keep the lid on while you run cold water on the bottom of the pot. This will help the rice to unstick from the Pot without having to use utensils.
Now all you have to do is remove the Lid and flip the Pot onto a plate to reveal the beautiful golden crispy rice underneath!!!! It is now ready to serve!