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Brown (or wholegrain) basmati rice has its bran layer still intact. This gives it a nutty flavour and chewy texture, and the bran is full of nutrients and natural fibre. This food essential is extremely low in fat and is ideal for people with gluten intolerances and digestive problems, as well as for young children and the elderly, as it is practically gluten-free.
Whole grain rice contains more vitamins and minerals than white rice, which has its germ and silvery shell removed. Because they contain most of the nutrients. First of all, the content of magnesium , calcium , iron , zinc , as well as vitamin E , vitamin B1 , vitamin B2 and vitamin B3 is significantly higher.


SKU: 10103
INGREDIENTS: Brown basmati rice 100%
ALLERGENS: No known allergens.
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), sesame, products containing dairy, soya and products containing gluten.
STORAGE: Cool, dry place away from direct sunlight


Per 100g
Energy (kcal) 354
Protein (g) 9.3
Fat (g) 3.1
Saturates (g) 0.6
Carbs (g) 71
Sugars (g) 0.8
Fibre (g) 3.3
Salt (g) 0


Thoughtful cooking of brown rice preserves the maximum health benefits and a beautiful appearance of the finished dish.
Rinse the rice under running cold water until the flowing liquid is transparent.
After soaking the rice for 30-35 minutes in clean cool water, you will allow the grain and bran shell to swell evenly and, thus, prevent possible rupture of the shell and starchy part of the rice outside during cooking, preserving the visual appeal of the cereal ready-made.
Having chosen one of the methods of cooking brown rice : by completely absorbing water, or by cooking in a large amount of liquid, strictly follow the recommendations for each.
Total water absorption method:

  • In order for the brown rice to be cooked and the liquid completely evaporated during cooking, carefully add the proportion of two parts water to one part rice.
  • Be sure to use the cover.
  • Boiling in plenty of water:
  • The volume of water should significantly exceed the amount of cooked rice (5-6 times).
  • After cooking, discard the rice in a colander and rinse the cereal with water.
  • The pleasant buttery and soft, bread-like flavour of brown rice makes it a product that can be used in a wide variety of dishes, from appetizers and salads to desserts and drinks.