• Serves 4
  • 25 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 2 Ingredients


This rice is gluten free and low GI which is suitable for diabetics. It keeps you feeling fuller for longer.
Since I started cooking rice this way, the rice always turns out lovely and fluffy. You want to eat every grain on your plate. Before that it, it was hit and miss.

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 2 cups rice ( I use Sunwhite low GI or Doongarra )
  • 3 cups water


  1. Put rice into a saucepan to suit. Add water. Stir with fork. Bring to the point where it has just started to boil.
  2. Immediately turn down heat to lowest setting 1. Stir. Cover with saucepan lid and simmer on low heat for 15 mins.
  3. Turn off heat. Allow to sit for 5 mins. Fluff up with a fork and serve with main course.


For every cup of rice, I use 1 1/2 cups of water ( Sunwhite low GI or Doongarra Rice). For other rice, follow packet instructions.

  • I’ll try this way. thanks and fingers crossed. I’d love to make fluffy rice.


  • Wow looks light and fluffy which is what you want I love making rice


  • Once you master the art of cooking rice – it is a joy – got the art perfected many years ago and perfect rice everytime.


  • Thanks for your recipe,can’t go wrong!


  • Thanks for sharing, maybe now I can get the hang of cooking rice!


  • Pretty much the same way I make my rice :-)


  • I would struggle with rice without a rice cooker so will leave this bookmarked just in case =)


  • also jasmine rice is great to use


  • this is a cooking basic
    thanks for posting though


  • I always struggle to make rice, its terrible every time, thank you


  • I cook mine in the microwave these days but thanks for your recipe, your rice does look nice and fluffy.


  • I have a rice cooker, but I think I will try this. thanks.


  • can’t get easier than this, perfect ratio water to rice, thanks for sharing


  • I had a rice cooker and ditched it, never cooked it right but my microwave cooks rice just perfect.


  • great to add to any meal with gravy


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