It’s a staple in many of my cooking classes, and it’s not just for the kids.
The crockpot has a huge variety of options to choose from, from slow-cooked and slow-braised rice to the traditional sweet and savory variety.
But if you want to add some spice, you can make this rice dish even more of a stir-fry.
Crockpot rice is a super easy, tasty, and nutritious way to eat.
Recipe with step-by-step photos.
Croccpot rice, also known as crock-pot rice or crock, is a versatile rice dish made with slow-cooking and braising rice.
You can serve this rice in a bowl with your favorite vegetable, meat, or even a salad.
Crocodiles, shrimp, pork, and chicken are all delicious options here, but you can also try crock rice with shrimp or other seafood.
Crocuses, shrimp with avocado, and a roasted garlic mashed potato make a great meal too.
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Crocks are usually served in a large bowl with rice, vegetables, and some of the ingredients that you want.
This rice dish is great for when you don’t have time to prepare your own rice or don’t want to cook it yourself.
To make this crock dish, you’ll need: Crock pot, crockspot rice (or rice cooker) (I used this one), rice cooker, and salt and pepper.
Directions To make the crockpots rice: In a large crock (that can hold 6-8 crocks), place the crocks, salt, and pepper in a microwave-safe bowl.
Microwave for 1 minute on high power.
Remove the bowl from the microwave.
Add the rice and cook for 3-4 minutes on low.
Add water to the bowl, stirring it in well.
Cook for about 15 minutes on high.
Serve with your choice of toppings.
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Recipe adapted from Crock-Pot Rice.