Don’t wait to try rice cooked Brazilian style. Brazilian rice is best made in huge batches and shared with friends and family.
This rice recipe is arguably one of the tastiest ways to concoct such a timeless world-loved side dish. The aroma of the garlic and onions filling your house will have your taste buds perked. With that said, let’s take a peek into what our Brazilian neighbors do with their grains.
Best-Ever Rice (Brazilian Style)
This rice recipe is arguably one of the tastiest ways to concoct such a timeless world-loved side dish. The aroma of the garlic and onions filling your house will only be prepared for your taste buds. With that said, let’s take a peek into what our Brazilians neighbors to the south do with their grains.
Could this be the rice recipe you’ve always been looking for? See below for the ingredients.
- 2 Cups Rice (White Medium Grain)
- 1 tbsp Salt (Sea Salt)
- 3 Cloves Garlic (Diced)
- 1/2 Whole Onion (Diced)
- 2 tbsp Butter (Unsalted)
- 4 Cups Water
Start by melting the butter in a saucepan on medium-high heat. Add diced onion and diced garlic. Let butter, onion, and garlic simmer for a couple minutes. Next, add the raw rice (yes, raw!) to the butter, onions, and garlic in the hot saucepan and allow to toast for a minute or two. Stir with a wooden spoon (this is best) to keep rice moving. Add just enough lukewarm water to cover the rice with 1/2 inch of water. Add the salt. Stir. Turn heat all the way up to achieve a boil that lasts one minute. Immediately cover saucepan and turn heat down to the lowest simmer possible. Let simmer for 20 minutes. Stir before serving.