How To Make Burnt Rice Tea

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I can’t believe I’m going to bởi vì this, but here we are: I’m going to show you how to burn rice. It’s for a perfectly good cause: a cool, refreshing glass of ranovola, or burnt rice teaThis toasty-tasting drink is popular in Madagascar, where the bottom of the rice pot is reserved to flavor the local river water.

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Rice crop near Ambositra, Madagascar by Bernard Gagnon. Closeup by Jean-Louis Vandevivère.


It’s super easy to lớn do, as long as you don’t burn the rice too fast. You have to bởi vì it just right.

Ahem.

Start with a cup of cooked rice spread on the bottom of a saucepan. Heat over medium until it begins lớn smell toasty. Continue scraping and turning the rice…

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Until the whole mess rattles và clacks as you move it, lượt thích a cup of popcorn kernels. Lower the heat as you go, being sure not to send plumes of smoke throughout your house. (To be honest, it’s really more toasted than burned)

And here you have it: perfectly “burned” rice: 

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Add on plenty of hot water và let steep until cooled. Meanwhile, go lounge in the shade of a baobab tree… if you can find any shade, that is.

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Baobab tree in rice field by Zigomar. Baobabs with leaves by Frank Vassen.


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…serve over ice (optional) with a smile (not optional).
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Ahhh, now that’s a refreshing glass of burnt! There really is no hard and fast recipe for this, but I burned 1 cup cooked rice và added about 8 cups water. You might lượt thích your burnt flavor stronger or weaker – it’s up lớn you!

I hope you…

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… love it!

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It’s quite the experience!

P.S. She ended up drinking almost her entire glass!



This toasty-tasting drink is popular in Madagascar, where the bottom of the rice pot is reserved lớn flavor the local river water.

This toasty-tasting drink is popular in Madagascar, where the bottom of the rice pot is reserved khổng lồ flavor the local river water.
Continue scraping và turning the rice... Until the whole mess rattles & clacks as you move it, like a cup of popcorn kernels.

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