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Super simple, but so flavorful for a quick and easy side dish.
Note on fish sauce: It doesn’t taste fishy! It tastes sort of … nutty. It’s a great ingredient to keep on hand if you’ve never tried it, but you can use soy sauce instead.
Cook the rice according to package directions. During the “let rest” period, add the scallions, sesame oil, and 1/2 teaspoon fish sauce. Stir to combine, then cover and let rest for 5 minutes.
Taste the rice and add more fish sauce if you’d like. Serve with your favorite Asian-style meal!
I’ve found that almost everyone has their own way of making rice. In my rice cooking method, I first soak the rice, then drain it and then toast the rice along with spices until it’s fragrantly nutty. To accentuate the nutty flavor in this recipe, I add toasted sesame seeds and toasted coconut, which is a fun twist on a classic pot of rice.
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