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IR64 Raw Rice

Product Description

IR-64 is a long-grained Non-Basmati Rice, specifically grown in the foothills of Himalaya, Southern and South-eastern parts of India including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

Grain Length

5.9 mm

Product Packaging

In Bulk

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  • Product Description
  • Cooking Instruction

Product Highlights:

DS Agrifoods offers all varieties of rice in buyer's brand also in premium packaging. The company also welcomes bulk inquiries. You can buy in 5 kg, 10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kgs bags (PP/Jute bags) or in customised packing of your choice . You can just as well promote your brand. In this case, we will develop your design and get packs printed with your branding. You also get the benefit of internationally recognized certification when you procure in bulk from us.

IR-64 is a long-grained Non-Basmati Rice, specifically grown in the foothills of Himalaya, Southern and South-eastern parts of India including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

  • Grain Length : 5.9 mm
  • Moisture : - 14% Max.
  • Brokens : - 5% Max
  • Milling Degree - Well Milled & Sortex Cleaned
  • Foreign Matter - Nil
  • Natural Admixture Of Rice - 5% Max
  • Packaging Type - BPP bag or as per buyer's choice.
Product description:

IR-64 is a long-grained Non-Basmati Rice, specifically grown in the foothills of Himalaya, Southern and South-eastern parts of India including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

With a uniquely pleasant scent, and equally satisfying and affordable price range, IR-64 Non Basmati Rice is a soothing storyteller to countless rice consuming population in West Africa, Bangladesh and of course India.

IR 64 Rice is being cultivated in the Indian subcontinent for over half a century. Owing to such a long reign, IR-64 Non Basmati Rice is the only variety that has been serving the world cuisines, ancient, modern or contemporary, with the expressive texture, aristocratic taste, and aesthetic aroma.

For best result, soak rice for about 120 min before cooking.

Cooking Instruction:Choose one of the following methods according to your usual practice of cooking and the desired quantity. For best results wash the uncooked rice under running water until the water runs clear. Soak for 45 minutes.

Measures:

  • Open pan cooking – 4 units of water for 1 unit of rice.
  • Close pan cooking – 2 units of water for 1 unit of rice.
  • Microwave – 1 and half of water for 1 unit of rice.
  • Electric rice cooker – 2 units of water for 1 unit of rice.

Open pan: Bring water to boil. Add the pre-soaked rice and stir. Cook uncovered for approx. 6-7 min on medium heat. Drain in a sieve. Serve hot.

Closed pan:Put the drained rice and water in a pan. Bring to a boil and cover with a tight lid. Allow it to simmer for 9-10 minutes. Remove from heat, drain well and serve.

Microwave: Place the soaked rice and water in the bowl, Stir once and cover with cling film. Cook for 6 min. Remove bowl from the oven and leave it to stand for 10 min before serving. (For a 650 Watt. Oven, microwave 300 gems of rice at a time)

Electric rice cooker: Place the soaked rice in the cooker. Add the measured water. Switch on the cooker. The rice cooker will automatically switch from the ‘cook’ to keep warm mode. Allow the rice to steam at the ‘keep warm’ position for 10-15 min.