I have soaked the rice for about 1 hr. Based on the size of the rice , the cooking time may vary. Add water to one fourth of the pot, Boil the water. When you allow the water to boil well then the rice will get overcooked and mashed up Once you see bubbles in the water then you can add the soaked rice. As you can see there are bubbles at the bottom of the vessel Now add the soaked rice. Leave the flame in high When you see the froth , reduce the flame to low Stir the rice in between so that it does not get stick to the bottom of the pot. Check in between whether the water content is sufficient for the rice to be coked . If not sufficient then you can add a glass of water If the water is not sufficient then the rice and the water will get mixed and the coked rice will be moist and a bit watery. To check whether the rice has been cooked , if you press and see it should be soft. Cover the pot with a lid. Even you can use the lid that contains holes. Using clips, clip it on both the sides. Drain the water from the pot completely. The water collected by this method when cooled down is used for preparing “Neeragaram” Subscribe to us on YouTube and Facebook to get the regular updates!!!