short-grained


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brashy, short-grained

Descriptive of weak, brittle wood that has little resistance to shock or bending and usually breaks quite abruptly.
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crushed red pepper flakes 3 cups chicken stock A large pinch of saffron 1 1/2 cups short-grained arroz Valenciana (Mahatma or Goya brands) 1 cup frozen green peas 1 pound medium/large shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 pound mussels, scrubbed (available frozen at better seafood retailers) Coat the bottom of a large ceramic cazuela (pictured) or carbon steel paella pan with the olive oil.
If you want to be very authentic, the rice should be a short-grained white or brown rice.
This short-grained rice, famous for its flavour and quality, comes from the town of the same name, and is used in one of her favourite recipes.
says arboreal "describes a species that lives in trees"; arborio is "a short-grained rice used in making risotto.
Rice produced in Europe is of a lower quality, short-grained standard and is mainly used in rice puddings.
Coveted by the Japanese for its opalescent luster, fragrance, and extraordinary taste, short-grained Koshi-Hikari is one of the most popular rices in Japan.
It's basically white short-grained rice that's available in supermarkets and delicatessens.
The medium-grain rice is plump and ovoid> short-grained rice is almost round.
For additional strength I soak the short-grained tang and the recoil block area with a 10-minute Epoxy soaking.