A Japanese-style steamed rice is primary subsistence and is considered as the primary dish in a traditional Japanese breakfast. To emphasize, Japanese meal isnít complete without rice. If you donít have available rice cooker, you can also use a traditional pot to cook the rice. To attain a perfect Japanese meal at home, read on and learn how to prepare a Japanese-style steamed rice.
- 2 cups of gohan (short-grain rice)
- 2 cups of water
Japanese-style Steamed Rice
- Prepare all ingredients.
- Pour the short-grain rice in a large bowl and rinse with cold water. Rinse it until the water becomes transparent.
- Using a sieve, set aside the short-grain rice to drain for at least 30 minutes.
- After the elapsed time, put the rice in the rice cooker.
- Add water to soak the short-grain rice for 1 hour, and then turn on the rice cooker.
- Turn off the rice cooker and allow 15 minutes to steam cooked rice.†
- Then serve the Japanese steamed rice into separate bowls along with other side dishes to make an absolute traditional Japanese breakfast.
Note: While others prefer not to over-washed the rice before cooking, it is important to wash and rinse the short-grain rice (gohan) multiple times until the water becomes clearer, to achieve the fluffy and a bit sticky steamed rice.