Instant Pot beginners will love making this healthy side dish because it’s super simple and hands off. This Instant Pot Brown Rice recipe is also gluten free, vegetarian and oh so versatile. The perfect pot of brown rice awaits you with this foolproof method!
It’s going to become super apparent I have a new toy.
My IP,as those in the know call it, has been churning away on my counter since its purchase and staples like this Instant Pot Brown Rice are the main reason.
If you don’t have an IP yet ( I say yet because I know you’ll be getting one 😉 ), this method was my go-to for stove top brown rice.
It is also foolproof but requires babysitting.
WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT INSTANT POT BROWN RICE?
Consistency is the key and I love that I can trust when that lid unlocks, my rice is always perfect.
That being said, cooking times can vary.
There is a great group on Facebook of fellow ‘potheads’ that I belong to and there is always discussion on the exact timing of many dishes. The magic is that once you’ve found your sweet spot it never changes.
I’ve made at least twenty pots worth of rice at this point. Perfect every time.
The timing for my brown rice is consistent with the one in the info book provided with the pot, which is 22 minutes.
Using homemade bone broth will elevates the flavour of the rice also.
Will you be seeing a IP bone broth recipe on the Honour System soon? Yes. Yes, you will. 😉
WAYS TO ENJOY BROWN RICE
The rice in the photo was drizzled in olive oil, sprinkled with parsley and eaten alongside some Parmesan Chicken.
Dinner sorted. 🙂
Simple and consistent is the name of the game when staying committed to a healthy lifestyle. Having this prep done simplifies meals through the week.
WATCH HOW TO MAKE THIS RECIPE
- 1 cup brown rice rinsed
- 1 1/4 cups broth
Add the rice and broth to the instant pot and give it a stir
Lock the lid in place and press the Manual button. Set it to high pressure and adjust the timer to 22 minutes. Once the clock has counted down, allow the pressure to naturally release for 10 minutes. Once the clock shows ten minutes has passed, carefully release the remaining pressure and remove the lid.
Fluff the rice with a fork.
*Check the rice after the release in case you want a softer texture