Product InformationTropical Sun Broken Basmati RiceDescriptionBroken Basmati Rice is perfect for curries or as an accompaniment to any meat, vegetable or fish dish. It's aged to intensify the flavour and taste. It's naturally packed with vitamins and minerals, so an excellent choice for those seeking a healthy diet.NutritionIngredients:Basmati RiceTypical ValuesAs Sold 100ml Provides:Energy210kcalFat0.4gCarbohydrates4.5gProtein4.4gStorageStore in a cool dry place.Package InformationComes in a Sack.UsagePerfect for curries or as an accompaniment to any meat, vegetable or fish dishPreparationHere's a basic stovetop method for cooking basmati rice:Ingredients:1 cup basmati rice1.5 cups waterPinch of salt (optional)Instructions:Rinse the Rice: Place the basmati rice in a fine-mesh sieve or colander and rinse it under cold running water until the water runs clear. This helps remove excess starch and prevents the rice from becoming sticky.Soak the Rice (optional): Soaking the rice for about 15-30 minutes before cooking can lead to fluffier rice. However, this step is optional, and you can skip it if you're short on time.Measure the Water: For every 1 cup of basmati rice, use 1.5 cups of water. You can adjust the water quantity based on your preference for softer or firmer rice.Cook the Rice:Stovetop Method: In a medium-sized pot, bring the water to a boil. Add a pinch of salt if desired. Once the water is boiling, add the rinsed and drained rice. Stir it gently to make sure the rice is evenly distributed in the pot. Reduce the heat to low, cover the pot with a tight-fitting lid, and let it simmer for about 15-20 minutes, or until the water is absorbed and the rice is tender.Note: Avoid opening the lid or stirring the rice during cooking, as this may affect the final texture.Rest the Rice: Once the rice is cooked, turn off the heat and let it rest for about 5 minutes. This allows any remaining moisture to be absorbed and the grains to separate.Fluff and Serve: After resting, use a fork to gently fluff the rice, separating the grains. Serve the basmati rice as a side dish to accompany your favorite curries, stews, or other main courses.Other InformationBasmati rice originated in the Indian subcontinent, specifically in the foothills of the Himalayas. It has been cultivated in the region for centuries and is deeply ingrained in the culinary traditions of South Asian countries like India and Pakistan.DisclaimerThis page serves as a summary for information purposes only, and is designed to enhance your shopping experience on the website. While we have taken care in preparing this summary and believe it is accurate, it is not a substitute for your reading the product packaging and label prior to use. You should be aware that products and their ingredients are subject to change. If you do require precise ingredient information you should consult the manufacturer, whose contact details will appear on the packaging or label. Niyis Limited is therefore unable to accept liability for any incorrect information. If the description of the product on this page contains a link to another party's website for further information on the product, please note that Niyis Limited has no control over and cannot be hold responsible for the contents of that website. You should also note that the picture images show only serving suggestions of how to prepare your food - all table accessories and additional items and/or ingredients pictured with the product you are purchasing are not included. This data is supplied for personal use only. It may not be reproduced in any way whatsoever without Niyis Limited's prior consent, nor without due acknowledgement.