3 simple steps to a healthy breakfast with Brown Rice Porridge

Brown rice might not be for everyone, because it’s a little bit more hard and less fragrant compared to white rice. However, we all know that they are much healthier.

But why?

One simple reason, because white rice is processed and brown rice is not.

You see, Brown rice is actually whole grain. It contains all parts of the grain, including the fibrous bran, the nutritious germ and the carb-rich endosperm. And these are the parts that contain all the nutrients and vitamins.

On the other hand, White rice has had the bran and germ removed, removing much of the fiber, vitamins and other nutrients. But because these are removed, white rice are much more fragrant when cooked.

So how can you enjoy a more fragrant and softer brown rice?

By cooking them into porridge. Here’s our recipe on how we do it. It’s a simple and easy to prepare recipe that works for breakfast and dinner.

🙌Brown Rice Porridge with Ribs and Peanuts


  • 1 cup brown rice
  • 300g pork ribs
  • 50g peanuts 
  • 2 scallops 
  • Chicken stock 
  • Salt for taste 

Steps to becoming stronger 

  1. Blanch the Ribs 
  2. Chop the ribs to smaller pieces
  3. Add all the ingredients into a cooker or slow cooker 

Here’s a tip, if you are using slow cooker for this. Add less water than usual when making porridge, this is because slow cooker does not evaporate much of the water, thus causing the porridge to be more watery. Also if you are into those thick texture kind of porridge, put less water 🙂

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