basmati wiki

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Origins

Taken from the Sanskrit word for “fragrant” or “perfumed one,” basmati is known for its sweet aroma, soft, luxurious texture and distinctive long, curved grains.

Festive Uses

Because of its basic life-sustaining qualities, rice is revered as a potent symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity and fertility and therefore is used extensively in Hindu rites and rituals.

Nutrition

Basmati rice contains thiamin and niacin, two B vitamins that are very valuable to the metabolism.

Pairings

Flavorful rice blend in a savory sauce with chicken, black beans and green chilies and corn. Use it with cheese, tuna, curd or anything else that comes to mind.

Color

The colour of Basmati is translucent, creamy white. Brown Basmati Rice is also available but the most commonly used is white Basmati.

Texture

Basmati absorbs the nutrients and richness of Indian soil so that when it becomes delicious risotto, the texture of the plump pearl kernels becomes soft and creamy.

Shelf Life

When stored in an airtight container, whole-grain rice has a shelf life of 6 months. To make it last longer, stash it in the refrigerator or freezer

International Grain

India, Korea, Japan, China, Europe or the Americas; Rice is the grain that makes the staple diet in almost every culture across the planet.

Why basmati

Why add Basmati to your Daily Meal?

  • Low Glycaemic Index

    Glycemic Index (GI)—which measures how greatly carbohydrates affect your blood sugar levels—can vary from type of type, but that almost all kinds of rice have a low to medium GI rating

  • Gluten free goodness

    Wheat, barley and rye contain a protein known as gluten. Although gluten can be well-tolerated as a healthy part of a typical diet, some people have sensitivities to this protein. Basmati keeps your meals gluten free

  • Recipe flexibility

    Boil it, Fry it, Mix it, Spice it. Use Rice in every possible way you can imagine cooking. Use it for main course or dessert; this wonder grain opens up so many possibilities.

Let the “Queen of Fragrance” take your breath away.Try Dunar Basmati today.