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Experiment With Different Kinds of Rice

Experiment With Different Kinds of Rice

Experiment With Different Kinds of Rice

By Nmami Agarwal             June 27, 2018

Experiment With Different Kinds of Rice

If “rice with anything” is your favorite comfort food then, read on. Nourishing, versatile and downright satisfying, this grain plays a fundamental role in daily lives of people all around the world. Naturally low in sodium and cholesterol, while being rich in vitamins and minerals, it is a perfect way to round out any meal. From comfort foods and side dishes to main courses, this grain is a compelling mainstay with universal appeal. Rice is even incorporated into celebrations, ceremonies and spiritual rites of passage. There are numerous types to explore—and most of them can be classified as long-grain, medium-grain, or short-grain. To help you find the perfect rice according to your needs, here is a guide designed to turn grocery shopping into a delightful event. Dinner options abound!

  • BASMATI RICE: Basmati rice is a long grained rice grown majorly in India and Pakistan. This aromatic variety attains its robust flavor due to the aging process. Yes, it is aged for up to one year after harvesting. Rich in carbohydrates and folate, this rice is primarily paired up with simple curries to prolong it’s natural nutty essence. It can also be incorporated with your favorite vegetables and warm spices to make up for a hearty meal.
  • BLACK RICE: It is also known as the “forbidden rice” owes it color to high levels of anthocyanin which is an antioxidant found in eggplants and blueberries too. Being loaded with this antioxidant, black rice is great for people suffering from diabetes and heart-related health problems. It is also a natural detoxifier which cleanses the body of disease-causing toxins. It can be blended with brown rice to make a delicious coconut pudding and can also be consumed while being sautéed in vegetables and mushroom sauce.
  • JASMINE RICE: Originated in Thailand, Jasmine rice emits a floral aroma. It is a long grained rice which cooks up slightly sticky and soft. The grains are shorter and thicker than basmati but are brimming with vital B vitamins and provides a substantial amount of roughage. Jasmine rice is also the lowest calorie option. It pairs up well with spicy curries and dry fruits and makes for an ideal, hearty dinner.
  • BROWN RICE: This type of rice is available in long and short grain varieties. It is loaded with nutrients and provides a nutty flavor along with a chewy texture. Brown rice can be easily swapped for any dish, white rice can be used for. It is gluten-free and provides a sizeable amount of manganese, magnesium, and energy. It adds a dose of heartiness to Chinese stir-fried meals and a dish of Mexican rice with a side of vegetables.
  • SUSHI RICE: Sushi rice is white or brown Japanese short grain rice. It gets its stickiness from a plethora of starch present in it to make the perfect kind of sushi. It can also be used as regular white rice instead of rolls and hand rolls. Being virtually fat-free and with low-calorie content, sushi rice is waistline friendly along with the presence of dietary fiber. It pairs wonderfully with a generous amount of sauce along with seafood.

Rice lends itself to a limitless number of recipes being a staple in every kitchen. Different types of rice can drastically alter the result of your final dish. So experiment with these categories of rice and delve into a world of healthy eating coupled with flavorful dishes.

 

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