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This post will show you how to make the great fluffy Instant Pot Jasmine Rice with step-by-step photos and a video demo. Instant Pot makes cooking very fast and efficient!

Cooking rice in the Instant Pot makes a kind, fluffy rice in a fraction of the time you spend on the stove! Are you cooking Instant Pot of Brown Rice, Basmati riceor jasmine rice, a very effective way to cook.

Jasmine pilaf cooked in a rice mallet over the finished pot

Instant Pot Jasmine Rice comes out kind and fluff, but there are a few simple tricks you need to obtain it right. Serve with Grilled salmon with herb bowl and Asparagus air fryer for a simple, nutritious meal.

You will go to this tariff because

  • cooks faster than on the stove
  • Rice turns out perfectly and loosely every time
  • Hands closed, no waiting for a pot to boil!

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Check out the video below to see how I make Instant Pot Jasmine Rice! You can find more in my recipe videos. Youtube channel.

Content notes

Overhead view of the ingredients needed to cook jasmine rice in a finished saucepan
  • Rice- This recipe is especially for white jasmine rice. For the basmati rice see this post. For brown rice see this post.
  • The- For extra flavor, you can use broth or homemade bone broth as the cooking liquid.
  • Salt- I like adding it before cooking so that each grain of rice is flavored
  • Butter or coconut oil optional to make it extra fluffy; As the rice rises, add it after it has cooked well!

Step by step instructions

Jasmine rice in a pre-made pot covered with cloudy water

1. Rinse the rice Jasmine rice has too much starch on the surface and this can cause it to have an uncomfortable texture. Rinsing the rice will help obtain rid of excess starch. Brush the rice with 2 inches of water to rinse. Stir or stir, then carefully drain the water. Repeat 3-4 times until the water is no longer cloudy.

Overhead view of jasmine pilaf in a pot lined with water (before cooking)

2. Put the ingredients in the saucepan Add rinsed rice, water, and salt to the stainless steel portion of your instant pot. Make sure the rice is not sticking to the edge of the pan and is completely submerged in water

Instant Pot with 2 minutes on the timer

3. Cooking Place the lid on the instant pot, set the steam release lever to the "seal" position and cook under high pressure for 2 minutes. When the Instant Pot beeps, release a completely natural pressure (approx. 15 minutes). If the pen falls off, you can open the cover.

cooked jasmine rice in the finished pot with rice paddle

4.Raising rice- Add butter or coconut oil and use a rice paddle to shake the rice. Enjoy!

Recipe tips

  • Amount of water For the stove and the rice cooker we use the ratio of 2 cups of water: 1 cup of rice. However, the Instant Pot doesn't let any excess liquid or steam escape, so we're using a ratio of 1 cup of rinsed rice to 1 cup of water. Too much water will cause the rice to become sticky, while too small water will cause the rice to become slightly crispy.
  • 8 quarters against 6– This recipe has been tested on both 6 liter instant pot and 8 liter instant pot Models.
  • extra flavor– For extra flavor in your rice, you can replace the water with chicken broth or bone broth.
  • Preparing the meal Rice can be refrigerated and stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. Heat until the heat has evaporated and heat only once.
  • extension– You shouldn't fill your instant cooker more than halfway full if the rice expands.
  • Give way– Ready Pot rice seems to give off less volume than the stove when cooked. For 1½ cup of jasmine rice we obtain about 2½ to 3 cups of cooked rice.

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