light soy sauce
shiitake (Lentinus edodes), an edible mushroom
How to make lazy rice cooker pumpkin rib casserole
The reason for soaking the rice before cooking is because stewing ribs and rice together is not easy to hold the amount of water added, so I chose to soak the rice for a little longer so that I could moderate the amount of water added, in order to make the rice less draughty.
Dice the mushroom squash and reserve. Here’s the slightly larger diced pumpkin. The reason I chose shiitake mushrooms was because I wanted to make the rice taste a little tougher. (You can add carrots if you like, my girlfriend doesn’t like carrots so I didn’t)
Two teaspoons of wine, a little light soy sauce, a little salt, and the right amount of onion. Marinate for about 10 minutes to fully flavor.
Bring to a boil in cold water and remove from heat. I chose to cook the ribs in cold water to ensure that they don’t age and affect the taste.
Once drained, add oil, green onions, sugar, and chicken broth, sauté ribs for color and flavor, add soy sauce, and half of the diced pumpkin and mushrooms. Add water, add one large ingredient and cook for 15 minutes, then reduce the sauce and remove from the pan.
Arrange the other half of the diced pumpkin in a layer of soaked rice, then layer them one by one, placing the cooked ribs on top of the rice with chopsticks. Then sprinkle with rice until it’s all in. (Remember to pick out the big ingredients and other dishes)
Add them all, layer by layer. (And then I cut up some ham)
After that, add water (half a cup more than the amount of rice you used to cook) and fill the rice cooker with the soup from the ribs. Within. (Depending on your taste, you can add some green onions or cilantro on top)
The timed cooking starts, and when it’s over after that, a delicious rice cooker rib and pumpkin casserole is OK.
2. diced pumpkin if you want to eat sweet recommended not to put the diced ribs inside the cook.
3. When there are still 20 minutes left in the rice stew, remember to pour some oil into the pot. (Varies from person to person)