Food and the City: Perfect Sticky Rice Using A Crock Pot Yum

August 05, 2014

Perfect Sticky Rice Using A Crock Pot

If I had to tell you one of my biggest kitchen confessions, it would be that I absolutely loathe having to clean my crock pot. It's so big and clunky, and whenever I decide to make something like sticky rice, it's always a mess. 

When PAM challenged us to whip up something delicious, while using their non-stick product, I immediately pulled out the crock pot to make some sticky rice. No mess, no stick, no problem.

If you've never made sticky rice at home, but absolutely love the difference of it, I highly recommend trying out this crock pot version. It's perfect, and what's better than just putting things in a pot and forgetting about them for a couple of hours? Nothing.

Perfect Sticky Rice

2 cups rice
4 cups water
1/2 cup butter
PAM cooking spray

Set your crock pot to high, and give it a generous spritz of PAM cooking spray. Add in all of the ingredients, cover, and cook for 2-3 hours, stirring half-way through. Voila! Perfect sticky rice. Plus with the addition of PAM cooking spray, you have little to no mess to clean up!

“Leaving up to 99% less residue, PAM is your ally in the kitchen and allows you to save time during prep and clean up.”

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