For all rice other than Black and Arborio, the ratio of water to rice when using a pressure cooker is 1:1. For Arborio and Black rice, the ratio will be 1 cup rice and 1.5 cups water.
Rinse and drain rice well. Consider using 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of ghee, Niter Kibbeh, or oil.
For basmati & Jasmine Rice, 1c water + 1 cup rice. 4 mins HP, 10 mins NPR
For brown rice: 1 cup brown rice + 1 cup water: 22 mins HP, 10 mins NPR
For Arborio rice, 1 cup arborio rice + 1.5 cups water: 5 mins HP, 10 mins NPR minutes + more liquid after cooking
For sushi rice, 1 cup sushi rice, 1.25 cups water, 10 mins HP, 10 mins NPR.
For black rice: 1 cup black rice + 1.5 cups water: 22 mins HP, 10 mins NPR + more liquid after cooking. Alternatively, try one to one rice, 18 HP, 10 minutes NPR.
For red rice: 1 cup red rice + 1 cup water: 22 mins HP, 10 mins NPR
For congee rice: 1 cup glutinous rice + 4 cup water: 20 mins HP, 10 mins NPR
For wild rice blend, 1 cup Wild Rice Blend + 1 cup water: 22 mins HP, 10 mins NPR
If the rice is too mushy, reduce the water then, if need be, reduce the time.
If it’s too chewy, try increasing the cooking time first and if that doesn’t work, try increasing the liquid.
If the center of the rice is hard but the outer portion isn’t, try increasing the water by a tad and if need be, increase the cooking time.
Always ensure you’re doing a 10-minute NPR (natural pressure release).
If the rice is sticking to the bottom, try adding ghee or butter first, then reduce the cooking and NPR time or try using a ceramic liner.