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  • Long grain size and brown color
  • Perfect for Indian cuisine
  • Aged for a minimum of 12 months for premium texture and flavor
  • Nutritious 100% whole grain food
  • Great for pilaf, curries, stir-frys, stuffings, or side dishes
  • Bulk resealable bag for high volume users
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From the foothills of the Himalayan mountains, this Royal basmati brown rice is a staple ingredient of many popular recipes.

This premium rice is aged for a minimum of 12 months, which naturally enhances its texture and the flavor of the grain. This authentic basmati rice is perfect for your Indian and Asian cuisine, but it can be used in a variety of flavorful recipes.

  • Gluten-Free

    Gluten-Free

    This item is gluten-free per the manufacturer.

  • Non-GMO

    Non-GMO

    This item does not contain any genetically modified ingredients.

  • Orthodox Union Kosher

    Orthodox Union Kosher

    This item is certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union.

Versatile Application

Serve it plain or with fresh herbs and vegetables for a signature pilaf. Create distinctive dal, chana masala, and red curry dishes, or prepare traditional saffron rice or biryani. Whether it's a main component or served plain as a simple side dish, this rice is the perfect complement to your lamb, chicken, fish, or vegetarian entrees.

Easy Preparation

Combine 1 cup of rice with 2 cups of water and salt to taste. Bring the rice to a boil, cover, and simmer for 45-40 minutes until the liquid is absorbed. Remove from the heat and replace the lid with a clean kitchen towel to further steam the rice and make it fluffier. After 10 minutes the rice is ready to serve with a tasty sprinkling of herbs and seasonings.

Bulk 10 lb. Supply

This 10 lb. bulk supply of rice with resealable zipper packaging is easy to use and store at your restaurant or buffet!

Pilaf Rice: How to Separate Grains

Learn a quick and easy way to ensure that each rice kernel is perfectly separate in your rice pilaf.

Pilaf Rice: How to Add Depth

Want to add depth to your rice pilaf, but don't know how? Chef Maneet Chauhan is here to provide expert insight!

Pilaf Rice: How to Add Creaminess

Making your rice pilaf deliciously creamy is easy, thanks to this quick tip from Chef Maneet Chauhan.

Basmati Rice: How to Choose the Right Saucepan

Are you having problems cooking rice so that it's light and fluffy? Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen explains what saucepan you should be using to cook rice to get that wonderful, fluffy texture.

Basmati Rice: How to Make Rice Pearly White

Pearly white rice isn't difficult to make - just ask Chef Maneet Chaurhan! To find out her secret for bright, beautifully separate rice grains, listen to this quick tip.

Basmati Rice: How to Cook Fluffy Rice

Fluffy rice is easy to make with this quick tip from Chef Maneet Chauhan. Watch her recommendation here!

Basmati Rice: Unique Ways to Use Rice

Don't think of rice as being only for pilafs and stir-fry. Chef Maneet Chauhan shows staff at Project Angel Foods the versatility of basmati as they get their hands dirty in the kitchen making cake, burgers, and other delicious dishes!

Basmati Rice: How to Separate Grains

If you're looking to make your rice fluffier, then check out this quick tip from Chef Maneet Chauhan!

So, how do you ensure that each and every rice kernel is separate in a pilaf? Well, make sure that your water is boiling. If you add cold water to your pilaf, the end product is going to be very mushy, and the rice kernels are going to stick. You don't want that. This is Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen.

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Another great tip to add another depth and dimension of flavor to a pilaf is to use stock. You can use chicken stock, vegetable stock, beef stock, and add it to the rice. You would not believe how much flavor just a simple step like this adds. This is Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen.

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A chef's secret to adding creaminess and decadence to a rice pilaf - take one cup of water, one cup of milk...bring this to a boil and add it to your pilaf. So now you know my secret for a perfectly decadent and creamy rice pilaf. This is Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen.

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I have a question for you. Which of these saucepans do you think is perfect is perfect to cook the most fluffiest of rices? A tall, skinny saucepan, or a saucepan with a wide surface area? Those of you who guessed a saucepan with a wide surface area - you're absolutely right. By cooking rice in a saucepan with a wide surface area, you are allowing an even distribution of heat, and that results in the rice being nice and fluffy. This is Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen.

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So to make your basmati rice pearly white and to have these beautiful separate rice grains, your best friend is going to be a lemon - or any form of acid. White vinegar works, too. So take the lemon, and you're going to put it along with the water when you're cooking the rice. Just a few drops does the trick. This is Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen.

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To make the basmati rice fluffy, you have to wait until the water and the rice come to the same level. This is the time you have to cover it. Now, instead of just covering it with a lid, a trick is to cover it with a kitchen towel. So what the kitchen towel does is is absorbs off all of the condensation, so that when you open the rice, there is no excess moisture in the rice. When the rice will be ready, it won't be gummy at all. This has been Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen.

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Hi, I am Maneet Chauhan and I am so excited to be here at Project Angel Food. Thanks to Royal Basmati Rice, we are doing a demo on how to use Royal Basmati Rice in very unique ways. And I am actually going to get people over here to cook. They just don't know it. I am so excited. I got a tour of this wonderful facility and it is so amazing and heartwarming to see what is being done over here. I have become a big believer in Project Angel Food, so I am so excited to be here. So, let's go right over here. One of the quintessential things that people love in the South is a good hummingbird cake. I make a hummingbird cake with a little bit of basmati. I wasn't kidding when I told you that I'll put you to work! Good job, good job! Now, you guys do realize that if it's good, it's my recipe; if it's bad, you guys were cooking. As simple as... I'm just kidding! The second thing that we're going to do is a nasi goreng. It's an Indonesian favorite. It's smokey, it's got the vegetable quality. I've always been addicted to rice. As a kid, I would finish eating at home, go to my neighbor's house, who were from South India, and they would eat rice, and tell them that my mom didn't give me food to eat so can you give me some dinner? My obsession with rice goes forever. Finally, we're going to be making a chicken katsu burger. Instead of the burger buns, we are going to be making buns with rice. This is supposed to be a demo. I'm like, no, it's not going to be a demo. That's not what's gonna happen. As a chef, you're always looking for the best ingredients that's out there. Basmati has more rich flavor to it. You can only call a basmati if it's from the foothills of the Himalayas in India. It is the soil. It is the water. It is the combination of everything, which makes these grains so beautifully long and delicious.

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A lot of people ask me how to make the rice fluffy and keep the grains elongated. The best way to do it is to soak it in water - cold water - for at least 20 to 30 minutes. It's as simple as that. This is Chef Maneet Chauhan from The Royal Kitchen.

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  • Overall User Rating: Royal Basmati Brown Rice - 10 lb.

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    Great value for price. I love basmati rice and prefer to eat brown rice, so this is perfect for biriyani and as an accompaniment to curry
    The product is great quality but what makes it super unique is the packaging. It comes in a sturdy, well-designed bag complete with a handle and zipper. Not something you throw away but actually use. I know ladies who would pay good money for novelty "purses" like that but I'm not sharing LOL. Really cool bonus to a great product!
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    We were having a terrible time finding rice during the initial lockdown of Coronavirus, but we got this darling bag (to be kept and used) with excellent quality rice.
    If you want brown rice, this is the best tasting that you can buy. Brown rice you buy in the store doesn't compare. I don't even miss white rice with this one. Great with stir-fried veggies, etc.
    We love this rice! It's a weekly staple, cooks up perfect and it's just a little bit different than white rice, customers love it! We will order again!
    This is very good brown rice. I use brown rice for health even though I prefer white. So for brown this is better because of the basmati fragrance.
    This basmati rice has a great aroma. If you do not like sticky rice, you need to wash and rinse it before cooking. It is very easy to cook. For every cup of rice, add three cups of water and a little salt to taste. I will buy more soon.
    I love basmati and the fact that its brown rice and not white makes it even more intriguing and nutritionally healthy for me and my family. My parents and I can't stand brown rice, but we love basmati so we thought we'd give it a try and never went back to anything else.

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