Ideal for pilafs, biryanis, Persian polo, Afghani challow or just plain rice. It has medium glycemic index (between-56 and 69), suitable for diabetics.
- In a sauce pan add 1 ½ cup (2 Cups if aged rice) of water/ Cup of washed & rinsed rice, add 1 tsp salt (optional)
- Stir lightly, bring to a rolling boil, lower the heat, cover with lid and simmer for 15 minutes.
- Turn off the heat, let the rice steamed in the covered pot at least another 5 minutes or until the rice has absorbed the liquid.
- Drizzle a little butter or ghee into the rice (optional), fluff the rice with a fork and serve hot.
1 Cup of Rice will yield: 2 ½ cup of cooked rice.
This is now the only basmati rice I will buy. It is delicious, tastes and cooks just like the basmati you get in real Indian restaurants, and best of all, an Indian friend of mine took one look at it and said "oh, that's the good stuff". Sold.
We have tried many others but find this the be the best we have had. Since moving to Florida we now ship
This is the most delicious rice. I prepare it in my rice cooker and it comes out perfect!
Having lived in Tehran as a child, I have a memory of what rice fro there should taste like. I’ve mastered it thanks to your house blend. My biryanis also hold up. I’ve recommended this brand many times
I've been purchasing this for at least 2-3 years. It keeps very well (I refrigerate). It cooks up beautifully -- extremely long grains, stay separate; smells and tastes wonderful.