Derived from the pusa variety of the basmati rice, kohinoor brown is un-milled rice, a kind of whole grian, with a mild nutty flavour. The process that produces brown rice removes only the outermost layer of the rice kernel and the least damaging to its nutritional value. Which is why kohinoor brown is highly recommened by healthcare practitioners. Enriched with carbohydrateds, protiens, calciums and iron, Kohinoor brown basmati's high fibre content improves digestion and reduces cholesterol. So dig in and find yourself in the brown of health.

  • + Ingredients

    Brown Basmati Rice

  • + How to use

    Choose one of following methods according to your usual practice of cooking and the desired quantity. For best result, wash the uncooked rice under warm running water, until the water runs clear. Adjust the cooking time to achieve the rice firmness your prefer.

    Closed pot method:

    Measure one cup of brown basmati rice and rinse.
    In a pan measure 2 and half to 3 times water of brown basmati rice quantity.
    Boil the water and pour the brown basmati rice in it 
    Boil for 10 minutes and sitr occasionally.
    Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 10-15 minutes or until the water is obsorbed.
    One can add margarine or salt if desired.
    For soft rice, use a little more water.

    Microewave method:

    In a microwave safe dish take 2 and half cups of water and add one cup of brown basmati rice.
    Cover and microwave on high for 5 minutes.
    Microwave the brown basmati rice at the medium for 20 minutes.
    Let it stand for 5 minutes.
    it is recommened that 1 cup be prepared in the microwave at a time.

  • + Country of Origin
    Product of India
  • + Storage Instructions

    Store in cool, dry and hygienic place


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