Make a perfect, non soggy masala rice in the Instant Pot. Water-to-rice ratio, variations, and how-to store tips are listed for a no-fail recipe. Enjoy!.
– Perfect: Who wants soggy Rice? The ratio of cooking this Masala rice yielded just perfect Rice. – Tasty– Garam masala combines eight spices- and you can taste those spices perfectly in this meal. Adding more or less Garam masala powder can make the spice significant. – Cheap– I am happy to say I have all the ingredients in his recipe.es. – Customize it
– 2 tbsp Roasted Sesame Oil – 2 cups Jasmine rice – 2 1/4 cups water – 5 cloves Fresh Garlic, finely chopped – 1/2 cup Chopped red onion – 1 tbsp Dill Spices – 1 tbsp Garam Masala Powder – 1 tbsp Granulated Beef Bouillon – 1/2 tsp salt – 1 tbsp Garlic Powder – 1 tbsp Onion Powder
– Heat the roasted sesame oil in the inner pot and saute' the onion and garlic. Cook them until they exude an aroma and the red onions are translucent. – Add the onion and garlic powder. Add the salt and Garam masala. Add the water Taste the broth accordingly add more salt or garam masala if you want. – Add the rice and mix using a spoon. Ensure that the rice is leveled out. – Cover the pot with the pressure cooker lid and push the pressure cooker button setting. Set the pressure to HI and set the timer to seven minutes. – Quick release when done. Fluff the rice using a fork.
Serve it with this Instant Pot Baby Back Ribs