Khao Chae is a dish commonly eaten in Thailand and some countries in Southeast Asia. It is rice that has been cooked and then soaked in plain water or a broth made with fish sauce to give it a fragrant and delicious taste. Khao Chae is typically made with thick, clean white rice. Once the rice is cooked, it is boiled in plain water or a fish sauce broth until boiling. The rice is then added to the water or broth and allowed to soak to absorb the flavor and aroma. Khao Chae has a fragrant and delicious taste with soft and tender rice grains. Additionally, it is an easily prepared snack that is high in nutritional value due to its high protein and carbohydrate content, while also having a low amount of fat, making it a good source of energy.