Perfect Bolivian Rice

Dear Chef Noly: When I eat rice in Bolivian restaurants it's ALWAYS perfect and delicious but when I cook rice at home it's fluffy and sticky. What do Bolivians do to make such perfect rice?


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Apr 21, 2015
nice NEW
by: Chelpa

If you are a rice lover, I would seriously suggest that you should eat this at least once. It is something that you would always remember after you get the taste of it just once. It is so tasty than you can even imagine. Beverly Diamonds

Feb 16, 2015
This is for HORRIBLE!
by: FYI

@HORRIBLE: If you don't like this rice its probably because you can't cook... keep the negative comments to yourself and allow other people who have open minds and active interests in other cultures/cuisines to actually enjoy this dish, rather than deterring people who can cook from trying it. You may want to reconsider your cooking abilities if you're not able to whip up something as simple as rice.

Dec 30, 2014
Rice
by: Anonymous

Bolivian food, especially the rice, is the best!

Jan 21, 2013
Bolivian Rice
by: Anonymous

One thing to add to this, which is odd and I have never understood. In Boliva, they use 3 cups of water for 1 cup of white rice. Not sure why their ratio is different than the normal 2:1 everywhere else. My original assumption is that its do to the higher altitude, however, my wife's aunt lives here in Florida and she also cooks 3 cups water to 1 cup rice. Explanation?

Jun 05, 2012
yum
by: Anonymous

i need the recipe, their delicious

May 21, 2012
bolivia
by: Anonymous

what r the bolivia recipes

www.boliviabella.com/recipes.html

Apr 25, 2011
Not The Bizniz
by: Anonymous

it sounds good but really its not the biz its nasty

Apr 14, 2011
HORRIBLE!
by: Victoria

The perfect bolivian Rice sucks its horrible and it looks horrible and it sounds horrible

Jun 18, 2010
Perfectly Cooked Bolivian Rice
by: Chef Noly

What a great question! How rice is cooked can really make or break a meal. I've posted my Bolivian rice recipe on my food blog. Good luck and let us know how your next pot of rice turns out. Chef Noly

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