A few years ago, my mother and I visited Puerto Rico for a few weeks.
We spent two months in a small village on the outskirts of the capital, San Juan.
For most of our time there, we didn’t eat rice.
We got up early and went to work.
We were a little wary about our food and our water, but we also got a taste of what it’s like to live on a small island.
After a few days, we decided that we were done.
When we got back, we realized that we had made a huge mistake.
We started making the mistake of not washing our rice before it was eaten.
I think the best thing to do when you’re in a pinch is to prepare your rice for the day.
In Puerto Rico, rice is often served on rice noodles and is commonly referred to as rice-rice.
It’s a relatively common dish, and you can find it in supermarkets in most parts of the island.
We had some rice noodles in our refrigerator, so we figured we’d try it out for ourselves.
What We Learned: What to Look For: If you have time and don’t have access to fresh, healthy, and delicious rice, you can make your own.
You can use the fresh rice or make your rice rice from the dried rice you can buy.
You should also buy dried rice, since it’s cheaper and it’s often cheaper to buy dried than fresh.
When to Use: Rice rice is usually used as an accompaniment to meats and seafood.
Rice is also used as a condiment to make rice rice.
You will often find rice rice in rice dishes that are prepared by cooking the rice.
It can also be used to add flavor to dishes.
Cooking time: About an hour or two depending on the quantity of rice you have.
It will be ready in about an hour.
Cooking directions: Pour the rice into a pot and cook it over medium heat.
When it’s done, remove it from the heat and stir in a little bit of vinegar, lemon juice, and spices.
Serve immediately or refrigerate it until it’s ready to use.
It is best to add a little salt to the rice before adding it to a dish.
Ingredients: 1 lb. fresh rice (dried or canned) 1/2 cup water 1 Tbsp.
garlic powder 1/4 tsp.
salt 1/3 tsp.
black pepper 2 tsp.
lemon juice Directions: Wash the rice by placing it in a large bowl and gently rubbing it into the rice with your fingers.
Rinse it under running water, and drain on a paper towel.
Set aside to cool.
Add the water to a small saucepan and bring to a boil.
Once boiling, reduce the heat to low and let it simmer for 10 minutes.
Remove from the pot and stir it in the rice water.
Continue cooking the water until the rice has reached the desired consistency.
Add salt, pepper, and lemon juice if you like it spicy.
If you want it less spicy, add a bit more water.
Taste and adjust the salt, if needed.
When you’ve added the water, turn the heat down to low, and stir the rice to remove any lumps.
Add any extra water to the pot if needed to thicken the rice and to add another layer of flavor.
Let the rice cook until it is tender and slightly thickened.
Serve with rice noodles or a rice rice salad.
Notes: For a more authentic taste, you may add some chopped parsley to the dish.
You may also add a few fresh coriander leaves or green onions.
I also like to serve the rice rice with a little vinegar, since vinegar tastes great when you add it to dishes and makes them feel lighter.