Garlic butter rice is a delicious rice type in the world. It is an ideal side dish for any dish. It has a ton of flavour, is buttery and garlicky, and is so amazing you could eat it by itself. It is made with fried garlic and cooked rice. Garlic bread works well with all meals except Asian cuisine. A common meal in certain Asian nations is garlic rice. I believe it’s rather typical in the Philippines.
Steamed rice that has been cooked with a lot of garlic is known as sinangag. Since rice is seen as a staple diet in the Philippines and most of Asia, this is a favourite side dish. This method of cooking rice pairs nicely with a variety of fried foods, including tocino, longganisa, beef tapa, tuyo, daing, and danggit, which is typically thought of as breakfast food for Filipinos. Without this, Beef Pares won’t be complete.
Please be sure to use steamed rice if you’re trying this cooking method but aren’t particularly familiar with rice (cooked rice). In your neighbourhood grocery store, you might purchase or buy raw white rice (such as jasmine) (it is usually in the Asian or Mexican isle). The finest kitchen tool for this is a rice cooker (especially for newbies). It would be preferable if you were skilled at steaming rice in a cooking pot, though. Additionally, this recipe does not call for quick or microwaveable rice.
History of Garlic Butter Rice
Like many Asian nations, the Philippines rely heavily on rice as a food source. It serves as the foundation for every meal, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In the island nation, garlic rice in particular became the preferred choice due to the flavour and aroma it added to meals.
They have many customs and superstitions associated with their major crop because rice farming is such a significant element of their tradition and culture.
How to Make Delicious Garlic Butter Rice
- 1 tbsp Olive
- 50 g Butter
- 2 tbsp Garlic Cloves
- 1 Green Chilli
- 1 Onion
- 2 cups Rice
- Take a bowl and wash rice.
- Take a pot and add butter.
- Melt it.
- Add onion and fry them until goden brown color.
- Then add green chili and garlic and fry until slightly brown in color.
- Pour chicken broth, salt, pepper and boil them.
- Then add rice and stir.
- Cover it and cook about 15-18 minutes, until liquid has been absorbed.
- Then remove from heat and rest for 5-10 minutes.