WHITE BASMATI RICE organic
Basmati rice is unique in terms of its characteristics - exquisite aroma, sweet nutty taste and elongation after its completion, which makes this product a delicacy.
Cultivated in the Himalayan region, sweet Himalayan water and alluvial soils, plus special weather conditions, this rice gains its unique qualities. Just like wine, it gets better with age. Real Basmati rice has a very low moisture content, so it is aged for 1-2 years, and sometimes up to 10 years. When cooked, aged rice has a more pronounced aroma and taste, it is much more fluffy and crumbly.
Polished grains of Basmati rice are transparent, creamy white. They are quite long, from 6 to 8 mm in length, thin, no more than 2 mm in diameter. Basmati is a non-sticky rice variety that makes it as easy to prepare as possible.
Those looking for high energy food in their regular diet should prefer basmati over other varieties of rice as it has high calorific value.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: India
INGREDIENTS: White 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
Energy (kcal) 345
Protein (g) 8.5
Fat (g) 0.5
Saturates (g) 0.1
Carbs (g) 76
Sugars (g) 0
Fibre (g) 1.1
Salt (g) 0
HOW TO ENJOY
Absorbing the flavours of the dish it is perfect for Indian curries and as the main ingredient in traditional biryani. White basmati rice is a great alternative to white rice as a side dish, steamed or boiled.
It can be a good side dish, an important ingredient in salads and paella, and a base for a variety of puddings and desserts. It is served with saffron and other spices, herbs, vegetables, nuts, sesame seeds, tofu, mushrooms, dried fruits. This type of rice has gained recognition among many culinary experts in different countries, and its use depends on the ingenuity of the cook.
White basmati rice cooking time tends to be around 10 minutes.