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BASMATI
BASMATI RICE
COOKED
FLAVORED
RICE COOKED
GRAIN
BROWN RICE
LONG-GRAIN RICE
NUTTY FLAVOR
LONG GRAINED
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RICE GROWN
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AGED
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Definitions

  1. Basmati is a long-grained rice with a fine texture.
  2. Basmati is a fragrant delicate long-grained rice from India.
  3. Basmati is one of the most well known varieties of aromatic rice. (Web site)
  4. Basmati is a top-quality rice from the northern provinces of India and Pakistan.
  5. Basmati is a long- grain rice from India, considered to be one of the best-quality white rice s.

Basmati

  1. Traditional basmati plants are tall and slender and are prone to lodging in high winds.
  2. Von den vermarkteten Reissorten sind lediglich 15 von den indischen und pakistanischen Beh-rden als Basmati zugelassen. (Web site)
  3. The Himalayan foothills are said to produce the best basmati. (Web site)
  4. The Himalaya n foothills are said to produce the best basmati.
  5. Both Basmati and Texmati have a mild popcorn-like aroma and flavour.

Basmati Rice

  1. Leg of lamb marinated with mint, coriander and pomegranate seeds, cooked with Basmati rice in an earthenware pot with fried onions, saffron and quail egg.
  2. Boneless chicken cooked with saffron basmati rice, marinated with herbs, spices and nuts.
  3. Consumer preference for the traditional basmati label not only brings along high returns but also receives duty exemption in some markets.
  4. Here is the finished channa masala, in a bowl over yellow basmati pillau with a garnish of chopped fresh mint and cilantro. (Web site)
  5. Lamb Biryani A traditional celebration meal made using basmati rice and boneless pieces of lamb, marinated in a distinct spiced yogurt sauce.

Cooked

  1. Aromatic Indian Basmati cooked with fresh herbs, spices, chicken, lamb or shrimp.
  2. A combination of garden-fresh vegetables, cooked with saffron basmati rice in mild spices and nuts.
  3. Fresh green peas and potatoes cooked with basmati ricen nuts, raisins and garnished with fresh herbs. (Web site)

Flavored

  1. Baked casserole of basmati rice and meat richly flavored with saffron, nuts and raisins.
  2. Basmati rice sauteed with fresh green peas and cumin seeds.
  3. Chicken soup prepared with Basmati rice, spinach leaves, tomatoes, flavored with onion, ginger, garlic and spices, garnished with cilantro. (Web site)

Rice Cooked

  1. Basmati rice cooked with exotic spices, herbs, and fresh vegetables.
  2. Basmati rice cooked with chicken cubes and spices.
  3. Saffron Basmati rice cooked with fresh jumbo shrimp, nuts, herbs, raisins and fresh spices. (Web site)

Grain

  1. Meanwhile, the European Commission has agreed to protect basmati rice under its regulations pertaining to geographical indications.
  2. Mixed vegetables cooked with basmati rice.
  3. Nasi Biryani : Indian style Rice Dish - Basmati rice is first saute'ed in ghee [clarified butter] and cooked with the world's most expensive spice, saffron. (Web site)
  4. When cooked, this rice is not as aroma tic as basmati rice, but is more flavor ful and aroma tic than other long- grain rice from the U.S. (Web site)
  5. Due to the high amount of starch clinging to the rice grains, basmati rice should always be washed before being cooked. (Web site)

Brown Rice

  1. Basmati rice is available both as a white rice and a brown rice. (Web site)
  2. It is made from basmati or similar aromatic rice. (Web site)
  3. Rice Pilaf (Pulao) This colorful pilaf is best with basmati rice.
  4. Rice was the first crop with a complete genome sequence.Basmati rice is the oldest, common progenitor for most types.

Long-Grain Rice

  1. Dr. Majeed is the scientist who developed this variety of Basmati rice in 1996. (Web site)
  2. Basmati Rice - A creamy white, aromatic, nutty tasting, long-grain rice that is grown in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains in India and Pakistan. (Web site)
  3. People have been asking on how to correct the extra salty taste in the curry OR how can they prepare the basmati rice with each grain seperated. (Web site)
  4. Marinated beef baked with basmati rice and spices.

Nutty Flavor

  1. Basmati rice: Basmati rice is authentic Indian long grained white rice, which has unique nutty flavor. (Web site)
  2. Basmati rice is closely related to the Patna rice but has a stronger aroma.
  3. Basmati rice (bahs-MAH-tee) - Delicate long-grain rice with a nutty flavor. (Web site)

Long Grained

  1. Quality rice (long grained, fragrant and delicate flavour) Indian basmati is used in biryani dishes.
  2. It is the aromatic long grained basmati rice cooked with mutton or chicken pieces.

Long Grain

  1. Nicknamed the Prince of Rice, it is an ancient long grain white rice on a miniature scale - like a baby Basmati.
  2. The grains of basmati rice are much longer than they are wide, and they grow even longer as they cook.
  3. Basmati. The best type of long grain rice. (Web site)
  4. Brown basmati has more fiber and a stronger flavor, but it takes twice as long to cook. (Web site)

Rice Grown

  1. Biryani in Myanmar utilises a special species of rice grown domestically rather than basmati.
  2. Patna rice is a close cousin of basmati rice grown around Patna in Bihar.
  3. In the year 2000, the American corporation RiceTec made an effort to patent Basmati rice and trademark the name. (Web site)
  4. Basmati rice has been cultivated in India and Pakistan for hundreds of years, although some inferior qualities are now produced in the United States. (Web site)

Varieties

  1. Fragrant rices that are derived from basmati stock but are not considered true basmati varieties include PB2 (also called sugandh-2), PB3 and RH-10. (Web site)
  2. A number of varieties of Basmati rice exist.
  3. The Super Basmati, a premium variety from Pakistan and Dehra Dun from India, are the most prized of the basmati varieties. (Web site)

Aged

  1. Gourmet cooks prefer to use Basmati rice for its fragrant flavor. (Web site)
  2. The best types of basmati rice are aged for several years before they are milled and sold, as rice cooks better with a lower moisture content. (Web site)
  3. Basmati rice, especially, aged, are not for 'sticky rice' preparations. (Web site)

Fragrant

  1. More fragrant rices like Jasmine or Basmati are wonderful and full of flavor. (Web site)
  2. Chicken marinated with spices and saffron, then steam-cooked with naturally fragrant Basmati rice. (Web site)

Fragrance

  1. Cooking basmati rice sends sweet-smelling fragrance to diners around the world.
  2. Literally translated as "queen of fragrance," basmati has been grown in the foothills of the Himalayas for thousands of years.

Rice Dishes

  1. The dishes are served with unleavened bread of cornmeal or wheat and a dollop of butter or with steamed basmati rice.
  2. A wide variety of rice dishes are made with Basmati rice. (Web site)
  3. Special occasion rice dishes are mostly made with Basmati rice. (Web site)
  4. Luscious black lentils and fluffy basmati rice enhance both meals.
  5. Chicken biriyani made with chicken, basmati rice and other indian spices.

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