The name ''basmati'' rice literally means ''the queen of scents'' in Hindi. The scent of Basmati rice reminds of hazelnut scent. In foothills of the Himalayas, Basmati rice was domesticated already 8,500 BC and mentions of Basmati rice in Europe can be traced back to the antiquity.
- Side dish - the rice can be used as a side dish for both salty vegetable and meat dishes
- Risotto - you can mix the rice in a classic way with vegetables and spicy however you like
- Fried rice - after cooking the rice, you can fry it in a larger amount of oil along with vegetables for about 2 minutes, add stirred organic eggs at the end and fry shortly and season
- Rice salad - cool the rice down and mix it with various ingredients according to your taste and fantasy, we recommend using cooked green beans, walnuts, fried onion and champignons, sprinkle with fresh parsley and pour with vinegar, mustard and oil dressing
Basmati rice can be recognised not only for its hazelnut-like scent, but also for its long grains. Basmati rice has a very delicate flavour and is not sticky if prepared properly. Basmati rice gets this property thanks to a long shelf life - after harvest, the rice dries in a dry and dark place ideally up to two years. As a plant it yields only once a year and is irrigated by water from glacial rivers.
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CompositionPeeled long-grain Basmati rice *. May contain traces of gluten, peanuts, soy, nuts and sesame. *product of controlled organic farming
Store at temperatures up to 25 ° C and relative humidity up to 70%.