Basmati means 'the queen of smell or the perfumed one'. India Gate Dubar Basmati Rice is smelled, nutlike flavor and smell can be attributed to the fact that the grain is aged, to reduce its moisture content. When cooked, it swells only sideways, thereby resulting in long slight grains that are dry, divide and fluffy. India Gate Basmati as no other rice in the world has these characteristics in mixture. It has an unforgettable aroma and flavor that will linger in your mind forever.
Rice & Rice Products
- Weight: 1 Kg
Flour Rice is easy flour recipe which we can make in jiffy with minimum ingredients. It makes crispy, flaky rice flour flour flavor delectable with any sambar, chutney or even podi. It is preferred for making idlis and dosas, plus kanji for elders and babies, as it is easier to digest and improved in terms of nutrition than raw rice.
India Gate Basmati as no other rice in the world has these characteristics in mixture. It has an unforgettable aroma and flavor that will linger in your mind forever.
It is aromatic and lightweight, and considered to be of best quality. It is perfect for preparing dishes like sweet pongal, fried rice, biryani, and daily cooking.
Idli Rice Is Wholesome As It Is A Rich Supply Of Fibers And Is Effortless To Digest And Strong. It Is A Great Supply Of Carbohydrates And Proteins. They Are Light And It Can Create In Jiffy With Minimal Ingredients. It Makes Soft, Flaky Rice Flour Idli Flavor Yummy With Any Chutney, Sambar Or Even Podi. It Is Desired For Making Dosas And Idlis, As Well As Kanji For Babies And Elders. IDLY RICE
Boiled Rice Is Clean And Pure. The Main Feature Of This Rice Is That It Withstands Extended Shelf Life. It Relishes In Aroma, Given That A High Nutrition Value To Anyone'S Diet. It Can Be Attributed For Its Low Glycemic Index Which Assists In The Control Of Diabetes, Obesity & Cholesterol. It Is Cleaned And Packed At Our Hygienic Facilities.
Idli rice grains are short, fat and have a white spot in the middle of the grain. Idli rice is usually soaked along with urad dal and parboiled rice and ground in a wet mixer. The resulting batter is used to make idli, the south Indian rice cakes.