Cooking Your Grains in an Unusual Liquid!

Whether it's quinoa, jasmine rice, or farro, the container normally suggests one cup of grains with two cups of water or broth.

Water or broth are basic grain-cooking materials. After absorbing all the liquid, add the other components. 

One TikToker is revolutionizing the grain game by adding more flavor to her grain and bean recipes.

"Instead of stock or water, use tea to flavor grains and beans. Any tea. Delicious jasmine rice cooked with ginger tea."

Cooking your grains with teas like ginger, green, or black can add a little flavor that is normally absent from them.

Making sure that every stage of the cooking process is infused with taste is critical. Making a basic staple out of grains or beans and tea is an excellent idea. AWESOME FLAVOR

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