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Basmati Rice


Biryani in Farsi means ‘fry before cooking’. Over 30 different types of Biryani have evolved with time. There are three major types of Biryani: Lucknowi, Hyderabadi, and Tehari. Biryani Pulav Rice is one of the most favored varieties of rice.

 

We provide the finest variety of Biryani Pulav Rice that is white, long, and cylindrical shaped. With distinct aroma, it is best for human consumption. Our variety remains fluffy and separate after cooking. Each grain of rice elongates thrice on cooking but does not fatten much, is non sticky and non glutinous. It has a delicate flavor, sweet taste and clear shiny rich look with its unique characteristic aroma and grain elongation. It is a preferred variety of rice for many rice preparations especially for Biryani Pulav and Pilaf.
 

Our Basmati Superfine variety is different from other rice mainly due to the aroma and elongation of more than twice to its original length post cooking, thereby making it a delicacy. It gives a distinct aroma, slender grain and fluffy texture when cooked. The fragrant rice intermingling with piquant notes of spices instantly whets the appetite.

 

In terms of physio-chemical characteristics, good basmati has an intermediate percentage of amylase (PA) content (a measure of starchiness) i.e. 20-25 percent (22 per cent is considered ideal); it also has an intermediate (4-6) to high (7-9) alkaline spreading value (ASV), which is a measure of the intermediate to high gelatinization temperature (when the shape and volume of the cooked rice get firmed).
 

Quality Certification :

One Cert Asia Agri Certification (P) Ltd.As per NOP (USDA), NPOP (Govt. of India) and EU Standards for Organic Production.

 

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