Blueberry coloured rice


1 tbsp of blueberries
1/2 cup of rice
1 1/2 cup of water.

Cook all the ingredients all together over high heat until it the water boils. Then cover the pan with a lid and put over low heat until all the water is absorbed.
Take out the blueberries.

This rice as barely no taste except the taste of rice with a little after-taste of blueberry. But nearly undetectable. I was a bit disappointed about this, but it leaves a lot of opportunities of flavouring.

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