Nur jahan Basmati Rice

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Nur Jahan is one of KRBL’s prized brands and keeps the flavor, aroma and the looks of Basmati rice intact. 

Fine, long and firm – these are the stellar qualities of the Basmati rice grain that comes from India Gate, a well known rice brand. India Gate has long been known for its pearly white grains which come in various pack sizes and are of export quality as well.

This rice is different from other rice mainly due to the aroma and length post cooking. Basmati rice is grown only in Northern India and the world's most relished Basmati rice is cultivated in the foothills of Himalayas. Soil and climate of the region account for the unique aroma, taste and texture of basmati rice. Its perfumed, nut like flavour and aroma can be attributed to the fact that the grain is aged, to decrease its moisture content. When cooked, it swells only lengthwise, thereby resulting in long slender grains that are dry, separate and fluffy. India Gate Basmati as no other rice in the world has these characteristics in combination. It has an unforgettable aroma and taste that will linger in your mind forever.

Uses

Few of the most famous dishes made preferably with Basmati rice are: Biryani (cooked with various vegetables and /or meat) Pulao ­(cooked with various vegetables or meat) Sweet rice pudding or Kheer (with fruits, milk and ghee) Plain rice (served with lentils soup called dal or sambhar)

Health Benefits

Basmati rice is low in fat, cholesterol and sodium and is gluten-free It is rich in nutrients and natural fibre.

Ingredients

India Gate makes use of basmati rice procured from the best farmlands in the country. Most of the grains in this 5 kg bag will have a pearly look and a sword like shape that will rise to at least twice the size when cooked.

How to use

Basmati rice is known as a delicacy thanks to its rich aroma and almost sweet flavour. It can be used in a variety of rice dishes including Biryani, pulao, and other Indian dishes. One can have it with meat, curries, dals and more. Also, this rice can be used for Chinese dishes like fried rice.