Keep Cooked Rice on Hand
Leftover rice comes in handy when you're throwing together a quick dish, like Food Network Magazine's Corn Fried Rice, or when you need to bulk up a stir-fry or soup. Cook a big batch, cool it, then freeze it in a microwave-safe storage container for up to 1 month. To thaw, sprinkle the rice with water and microwave, covered, until heated through.
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