Golden Basmati Rice is the nutritious type of Basmati Rice, as it is partially cooked while still in the husk. In this process, the basmati rice lock-in some nutrients from the hull and consist nature of the starch, and converted in transparent golden grains. Thus, the grains become less sticky and more separate when cooked. The golden basmati rice is 80% nutritionally similar to brown basmati rice.
Golden Basmati Rice stands itself high in terms of quality, rich aroma, strong flavor, and standard grain size. The process to make Golden Basmati Rice in which the raw paddy rice is first steamed in its husk and further dried, before milling. This process helps in lending the grains form a long slender shape and get a soft golden color. Its milling process is very sophisticated and involves new technology standard that provides each grain high nutritional value, taste as well as aroma.
They can be best stored for an indefinite period, due to its indefinite life cycle. They must be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry, and dark place where they will get added protection against bugs, dust, moisture, humidity, or other contaminants.
Golden Basmati rice is used widely in Indian, Persian, Mughlai, Continental, and Chinese Cuisine. It has a strong ability to absorb the flavors of herbs, spices and much more. The grains are elongated after cooking and further add aroma, flavor, fragrance, as well as visual beauty to the dish.
Nutritional Value of Golden Basmati Rice contains per 100gms is mentioned below:
Total Fat 3.6 g
Vitamins and minerals
Vitamin A IU 0IU
Vitamin C 0mg
Shape: Long Grain
Size: 8.3 mm min.
Texture: Dry, Firm, Non-sticky