BASMATI WHITE BROKEN RICE
BROKEN RICE 1 kg – Rs. 70
Grown without synthetic Pesticides & GMOs
Cooking Basmati Brown Rice
Brown rice is best cooked by slow steaming method.
Electric Rice Cooker
Method: Add 2 cup water to 1 cup basmati to the vessel. Let it soak for 15-30min. Cook by switching the rice cooker on. Cooker switches off when the rice gets done.
Microwave method: Add 1.5 cup water to 1 cup basmati to the vessel. Let it soak for 15-30min. Cover with cling film and make small slits. Microwave on high for 10 minutes and then on medium for another 20 minutes. Allow to stand for 3 min and fluff the rice.
The above is based on a 650 watt microwave. Use only as a guide.
Nutrition FactsNutritional Facts in 100g
Energy – 365kcal Protein – 7.13g Fat – 0.66g Carbohydrate (g) – 79.95 Fiber (g) – 1.3 Calcium – 28mg Iron (mg) – 0.8 Magnesium (mg) – 25 Phosphorus (mg) – 115 Sodium (mg) – 5 Thiamin (mg) – 0.07 Riboflavin (mg) – 0.049 Niacin (mg) – 1.6 Vitamin B-6 (mg) – 0.164 Folate, DFE (µg) – 8
Available SizesBROKEN RICE 1 kg – Rs. 70
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