Basmati Rice Premium – 10Kg by Tropical SunBasmati Rice Premium – 10Kg by Tropical Sun
Basmati is a premium variety of long grain rice, grown in India and is considered the Queen of Rice (there is no king !). It is famous all over the world for its aroma, fragrance, distinct mouthfeel and outstanding taste.
The original meaning of Basmati was the fragrant one, which also means my smile in Arabic and our Premium Basmati Rice is sure to bring a smile to your face as it delivers on taste, aroma and texture.
Many traditional dishes from countries all over the world are actually prepared using Indian basmati rice due to its long grain size, relative non-stickiness after cooking and enticing aroma.
Compared to some supermarket offerings where price is the main ingredient, our Premium Basmati Rice is perfectly aged to create that unique sun-kissed basmati flavour and helps you make and enjoy full, fluffy and consistent rice dishes every time.
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Golden Sella Basmati Rice – 5Kg by TildaGolden Sella Basmati Rice – 5Kg by Tilda
Golden Sella basmati has the delicious taste and visual appeal of pure Basmati, but with improved holding ability and resilience to over cooking. We simply parboil our signature basmati in its husk, a completely natural process, enabling you to cook and stir this rice without losing the texture. Superb as an accompaniment to casseroles and fresh grilled meats, this grain promises a distinct flavour and high quality finish every time.
Easy Cook Long Grain Rice – 10Kg by TildaEasy Cook Long Grain Rice – 10Kg by Tilda
All the delicious taste of original Long Grain but with improved holding and regeneration, plus all the nutrition is kept locked in. Great for use in stir fries or one-pot meals.
Fragrant Jasmine Rice – 10Kg by TildaFragrant Jasmine Rice – 10Kg by Tilda
Although this sticky rice is perfect with Oriental food, it is also ideal with all savoury dishes and makes an excellent rice pudding. Cold cooked Fragrant Jasmine is wonderful to use as fried rice – the lightly sticky grains separate when re-heated.