Without a doubt, Instant Pot rice turns out perfect, every single time. It is light, fluffy, so delicious, and never a sticky mess. Once you cook rice in the Instant Pot, you'll never go back to the stovetop again.
Place rice in a fine-mesh colander and rinse under cold water until the water runs clear. Sushi rice takes much longer than other kinds of rice.
Measure out the amount of rice you want and add it to the Instant Pot. Remember, 1 cup of rice equals 3 cups of cooked rice. Measure out an equal amount of water and add it to the Instant Pot. Exception: Wild rice. Add an extra cup of water for every 2 cups of wild rice (2 cups of rice, 3 cups of water; 4 cups of rice, 6 cups of water).
Place the lid on the Instant Pot and set it to "Seal". Set the timer to 5 minutes for sushi rice, 5 minutes for Jasmine or Basmati rice, 25 minutes for brown rice, and 30 minutes for wild rice.
Let the pressure cooker naturally release and after the indicator drops down, carefully remove the lid and fluff with a fork.