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the point of this method (i.e. cooking the rice in excess water and draining) is that is is far easier to control than the absorption method. The absorption method is fundamentally different in that it requires a defined amount of water to be used and careful cooking....hence the difficulty some will experience with the method and the resultsin this method, the rice has been "RINSED" thoroughly rather than "SOAKED" thoroughly. However, if I cook the rice by the absorption method, I use 500g of rice and 800ml of water. Again, I think it is preferable to use too little water than too much water0.5tsp of salt is twice the amount of salt that the recipe calls for...hence more rather than less saltI also reduce the amount of sugar to 2 tsp (i.e. 1 desertspoon), if I cook the rice by the absorption methodI will post the recipe, for cooking basmati rice by the absorption method, shortly Happy Christmas and New Year to all! Oh! And Happy Birthday to cr0.co.uk too!