How To Rinse Rice With French Press Coffee Maker by InstaCuppa
Tired of spending hours in the kitchen? Looking for some time-saving hacks that actually work? Then you might want to check out this super easy way to rinse rice or grains. All you need is the InstaCuppa French Press Coffee Maker.
That’s right – this handy gadget can do a lot more than make delicious coffee and other beverages.
This is how you do it:
- Put some rice in your french press.
- Then, add some water.
- Next, swirl it with spoon.
- Push the plunger down.
- Lastly, drain the water.
Once you are ready to cook, make sure to put the right rice-to-water ratio.
Sounds easy, isn’t it? Believe it or not, your French press can do some pretty amazing things. From rinsing rice and quinoa to making whipped cream and steeping loose leaf tea, the possibilities are endless. Plus, you’ll spend less time in the kitchen and more time doing the things you love.
For example, you can use the InstaCuppa French press for frothing milk. All you have to do is pump the strainer up and down.
Love whipped cream? Fill this gadget halfway with heavy cream and then pump the strainer up and down for a few minutes. You’ll get a delicious topping for your coffee and homemade desserts.
The French press is also great for juicing strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and other tiny fruits. It works just as well as a real juicer. Simply fill it with your favorite fruits, press the strainer down, and enjoy!
Craving a rich homemade soup? This may come up as a surprise, but you can use the French press to make the best soup ever.
Fill it with chicken or vegetable broth, spices, herbs, mushrooms, ginger, peppercorns, chilies, and other soft ingredients. Let steep for a few minutes and then pour the soup into bowls. The whole process takes just a few minutes.
This gadget can be also used to make detox water, cold brew coffee, infusions, and other healthy beverages. InstaCuppa has dozens of recipes you can try right now!
With a French press, you can easily filter herbs, fruits, roots, and other ingredients. Plus, it allows you to control the flavor and concentration. You can even use it to make cocktails at home!
Looking for more kitchen hacks? Put your French press to work and rehydrate dried foods, make Chai tea, infuse oils, strain fresh veggies, or add hops to beer. Or use this gadget to drain defrosted spinach and kale. Check out our other blog posts to learn how to get the most out of your French press!