|Many of us have been there—we’ve cooked rice to what we think is the perfect timing, only to find it burned and stuck to the bottom of the pot. To sidestep future rice crises, check out our Rice Cooking Chart. While you’re there, scroll down the page for a delicious Basmati Rice Salad recipe.A cooking tip: Make sure that the lid fits tightly on the pot. Steam that escapes will use up the heat needed to cook the rice, and potentially cause burned rice as you try to get it to the desired tenderness after all the water has evaporated. Another tip: Buy yourself a rice cooker; or if you don’t have space for a pot dedicated to rice, get a multipurpose pot that is great for rice. Kohl’s has a new line of hard-anodized aluminum cookware, developed in partnership with The Food Network, that heats evenly to avoid overcooking and burning.||
A beautiful, effective and affordable new cookware from Kohl’s and the Food Network.
|The pots and pans are lined with DuPont professional nonstick coating, which is metal-utensil safe and easy to clean. Tight-fitting tempered glass lids allow constant monitoring of the works-in-progress, without heat loss. Rice will never burn again! We’re clearing out our user-unfriendly pots and pans and getting a set of these. You can buy them online at Kohls.com (the 11 pieces shown in the photo are $299.99, but you can buy just the 1-quart Covered Saucepan, shown at the rear with the built-in strainer, for $39.99). While you’re there, take a look at all of the other nifty items in the new Food Network line. We want so many pieces, we needed a second page for our list.|