Basmati Rice FAQs

The Basmati grain is unique as it grows more than twice its dry length during cooking. Also, the open texture of Basmati allows the grain to absorb other flavors, making it a cordial partner in a whole host of recipes.

Long grain rice that expands when cooked. Aged up to 2 years to enhance and boost its taste, bouquet, and cooking facets.

Eating 3 ounces (about 85.05 g) of whole grains apiece in a day may lower your risk of colorectal cancer by about 17%, as Basmati rice is high in B vitamins, including B1. Moreover, it has 22% of your daily recommended intake in each serving.

Often served alongside various curries, braised, or roasted meats, or as the main ingredient in classic biryani. Occasionally, Basmati rice is served plain but often flavored with turmeric or saffron, which imparts a characteristic yellow tint.

• Hitherto, 34 types of Basmati rice have been notified under the Seeds Act, 1966.

Basmati rice is one of the most common ingredients for preparing delicious biryani. It must be long and an aromatic one! Biryani is undoubtedly one of the most talked about Indian foods globally.

  • Basmati rice is gluten-free, and high in carbohydrates but has no cholesterol.