# Question: How Do I Cook Rice For 50 People?

## How much rice do I need for 60 people?

Rice will generally double in volume when cooked compared to its uncooked version.

If you are making 60 1/2cup servings of rice you would need 15 cups of uncooked rice.

Or if you are going with 3/4 cups per person, you would need 22.5 cups of uncooked rice..

## How much rice do you need for a party?

When it comes to rice the norm seems to be about ½ cup (90g) per person, although some people prefer to use a bit less – about 1/3 cup (60g) per person. And remember we are talking about uncooked rice here, which means that when it’s cooked it’s usually about a cup per person, as rice doubles in size.

## How do I cook 50g of rice?

To cook: Allow approximately 50g rice per person, place the rice in a large pan of boiling water, add salt to taste and boil for 30-35 minutes. Drain thoroughly before serving.

## Do you cook rice with boiling water?

You don’t need measuring cups, a recipe, or even a specific water-to-rice ratio — fill a pot with water, add the rice, bring it to a boil, then simmer until the rice is tender. Drain the rice, return it to the pot, and let it steam in its own residual heat until you’re ready to serve.

## How much rice will 10 pounds feed?

Typically, a standard serving of uncooked rice is 1/2 of a cup. One pound of uncooked rice is typically 2 cups. So, there are 4 servings per pound of uncooked rice. With 25 pounds of uncooked rice, that would be enough to feed 100 people (25 pounds of rice * 4 servings per pound = 100 servings total).

## How do I make rice for 200 people?

Rice for 200. To cook rice for 200 people, use two 20-quart pots or one 40-quart pot. If possible, to avoid burning the rice, use heavy, high-quality pots that will distribute the heat evenly. Either boil 12 quarts of water in each of the 20-quart pots or boil 24 quarts of water in the 40-quart pot.

## How do you make rice not sticky and fluffy?

Rinse: Give your rice a quick rinse to remove extra starches, this will help keep it from becoming sticky. Ratio: Use a ratio of 1 cup white rice to 2 cups water. Do Not Stir: When you first add the rice, give it one or two quick stirs and then avoid stirring it. Stirring rice can release starches and make it sticky.

## How much rice do I cook for a crowd?

Generally, most rice will triple when cooked, so 1 cup of raw rice will yield 3 cups cooked rice. This means if you start with 12 cups (5 pounds, 4 ounces) of white, long grained, uncooked rice, you’ll wind up with 36 cups of cooked rice.

## How do I cook 100g of rice?

Simply add double the volume of water to rice (so if you have 100g/4oz rice, add 200ml/8floz water). Bring to the boil with a pinch of salt, then turn down to a very gentle simmer and cover.

## How do you cook rice for a lot of people?

CAREFULLY pour boiling water over rice and stir so rice is even along the bottom. Immediately cover tightly with aluminum foil. Make sure you have a tight seal around ALL the edges. Place roasting pan in oven and bake for 40-45 minutes or until rice is tender.

## How many cups of rice do I need for 75 people?

As for quantities, to feed 75 (using regular rather than slave rations), I would go with 5 pounds of rice. The rule of thumb is that 1 lb of uncooked rice will yield 2 qts. of cooked rice, or 16 1/2 cup servings. If you have an oven available, you should divide the rice into two hotel pans (12×20).

## How much water do I use for 3 cups of rice?

As a general rule of thumb, use the accepted ratio of 1 cup of water per 1 cup of dry rice. Therefore, for 3 cups of rice, you would add 3 cups of water, if your cooker can hold that much. The rice-to-water ratio is tricky, though, because some rice cookers cook more quickly than others.

## How many cups of rice do I need for 25 people?

Assuming a serving size of 1 cup of cooked rice per person, you would need 2 and 3/11 pounds of uncooked rice to feed 25 people, unless any of them are like my husband, who eats 3 cups of rice at a sitting.

## How long should I boil rice?

In a medium saucepan over medium heat, bring water to a boil. Add rice, butter, and a large pinch of salt.Bring pan back to a simmer then lower heat and cook, covered, 18 minutes, or until rice is tender and water is absorbed.Remove from heat and let sit, covered, 5 minutes, then fluff with a fork and serve.