The word "Basmati" is a Hindi word and means "full of fragrance". Perhaps for that in India basmati rice is called the king of the rice, and there our basmati rice also comes. These long and thin rice grains with the sweet scent and sophisticated flavor, deserve every possible honor.
Basmati rice is considered the finest rice in the world. Rice is grown in India and Pakistan at high altitude, where the fields irrigated by melt water from the mountains. The rice is well suited to pot and main dishes. Preparation: 2 parts water boils in about 20 min. Rinse rice under running water. 1del rice to 2 parts water.
Aromatic jasmine rice is Thailand's most popular rice variety. There it is called "Hom Mali", which means "fragrance of Jasmine." North-East Thailand has for generations been known for it’s skillful rice farmers. From there comes also our carefully selected jasmine rice.
Our black rice is grown in Thailand. Many have a good eye for the black rice, which gets their colour from the antioxidant anthocyanin, the same antioxidant aronia berries and blueberries also contain. The flavour is slightly nutty and after cooking the rice is the most beautiful crimson-purple colour.
Forget all about childhood soggy bowlfuls. Porridge is hot! Now back in the kitchen and on the trendy restaurant menus. Boil this delicious and welcoming dish, there are plenty of possibilities for variation. Rice porridge is a special Danish winter favourite. Boil it into rice pudding, his a la mande and fine dollop cakes..
Basmati rice is considered the finest rice in the world. Rice is grown in India and Pakistan at high altitude, where the fields irrigated by melt water from the mountains. The rice has a very delicate taste and is suitable for most casseroles. Preparation: Rinse rice under running water. 1del rice to 2 parts water. Nutritional Information per. 100...