The instant pot rice krunchies are a favorite of my friends and family.
They taste like they came from a candy store, with just a hint of crunch from the rice, which comes in a variety of flavors and is often used as a dipping sauce.
The best part is that they can be frozen and reheated and can even be reheated the next day if you prefer.
They’re so good that they’re worth the money and time spent to make them.
Here’s what you need to know about them.
Instant Pot rice krushies are super simple to make and can be served in batches of up to eight, depending on how many you need.
The recipe for these rice kristies is based on the ones that come with your Instant Pot.
Here are the steps: Start by chopping up some rice.
If you have some on hand, you can chop up to 2 cups of rice.
Mix up the ingredients in a bowl.
If the rice is too soft to chop up, add a little bit more water or broth to the rice and mix well.
Make sure that the liquid is thoroughly mixed into the rice.
Place the rice in the pot.
Once the liquid has come to a boil, you want to stop and wait for it to boil for about five minutes.
It’s ok if the rice starts to bubble up at this point.
Once it starts boiling, add more broth.
After the rice has finished boiling, take a fork and gently pull out the rice with the fork.
If it’s a little mushy, add some milk or yogurt.
Add the other ingredients to the pot and let it simmer for at least 10 minutes.
Add more water if the water starts to boil too fast.
Remove from the heat.
While the rice’s cooking, mix up the other dipping sauces you want.
You can either make a sauce from scratch or mix together the flavors that you want from the other recipes in the Instant Pot Instant Pot Recipes section.
If that’s the case, you may need to add some liquid to the bowl that you’re using to mix it with so that the sauce can thicken up.
After about 10 minutes, you’ll need to remove the rice from the pot, and take it out to a cool spot.
If all goes well, the rice will be ready to use.
The next step is to stir the liquid into the liquid and let the sauce thicken.
After you’ve added enough liquid to thicken the sauce, add the rice to a bowl and stir it to incorporate.
You should have a smooth, creamy sauce.
To serve, pour the sauce onto a plate and top with some crunchy, crunchy crunchy rice Krispie.