Royal Chef's Secret Sela Parboiled Basmati Rice - 20 lb.
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- Long grain size
- Perfect for Indian cuisine
- Shorter cooking time than standard basmati rice
- Can be kept warm for extended periods on steam tables or microwaved without compromising flavor
- Great for pilaf, curries, stir-frys, stuffings, or side dishes
- Bulk bag for high volume users
Serve your guests only the best fresh rice using this Royal Chef's Secret Sela parboiled basmati rice!
Grown in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains, this Royal Chef's Secret extra long basmati rice provides a variety of culinary benefits your customers will appreciate. This premium parboiled rice gives you the quality taste and texture you want with a shorter wait. Ready to serve in less time than standard basmati rice, it can even be kept warm longer on steam tables or microwaved without compromising quality. Plus, it's GMO-free and vegan for your more conscious customers.
This item is gluten-free per the manufacturer.
Orthodox Union Kosher
This item is certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union.
Versatility of Use
This authentic basmati rice is perfect for your Indian and Asian cuisine, but it can be used in a variety of flavorful recipes. 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.
Best of all, since its parboiled this rice saves your kitchen time in comparison to regular basmati rice. Simply soak it ahead of time for 2 hours, and then add the rice to 1 3/4 cups of water in a separate sauce pan. Because it's soaked ahead of time, you only need to cook the rice for 12-15 minutes, by reducing the heat and letting it simmer with a lid on top. This allows you to serve customers freshly cooked rice faster, reducing wait time between the batches of rice.
A Smart Addition
Whether it's a main component or served as a simple side dish, rice makes the perfect complement to your flavorful lamb, chicken, fish, or vegetarian entrees. Plus, rice is a great source of vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients. When cooked, these rice grains are long, dry, and separate. They impart a pleasant, nutty aroma and flavor in any dish. This 20 lb. bulk supply of rice is easy to use and store at your restaurant or buffet!
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People Talk About:Basmati grain rice longer aged long Sella Websturant wait thin
Sella Basmati rice is not available at grocery stores, so I was excited to find them at Websturant. Recently I am using Basmati rice from Royal and they are really good quality long and thin grain. This Sella Basmati grain is not as long, I think I will wait until it gets aged. Usually Basmati rice grain gets longer when cooked as they aged.
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