- — Kosher, Raw, Vegan
- — Low in Saturated Fat, Sodium
- — Free of Cholesterol
- — Very good source of Manganese and Magnesium
Benefits of Eating Brown Basmati Rice
Brown Basmati Rice is both more delicious and more nutritious than any other type of rice. It’s a whole grain, which means it contains bran and germ. Therefore, it has a higher content of fiber, vitamins, and minerals than white rice. This grain is rich in B vitamins as well as iron and vitamin E.
Whole-grain basmati rice has a pleasant mildly nutty flavor, compared to white basmati. Its aroma is distinctive and enjoyable with some earthy notes. Due to the delicious natural flavor of the grain, it makes a great side dish. It also goes very well in stir-fry dishes and curries.
How to Cook Brown Basmati Rice
It’s easy to cook brown basmati rice bulk. Keep it in the fridge for up to a week, adding it to different dishes. This type of rice requires less water to cook, and you don’t have to pre-soak it. To cook brown basmati rice in an open pot, use 2 cups of water per cup of grain, bring the pan to a boil, and let simmer for 15-20 minutes until the liquid is absorbed. When cooking in an instant pot or a rice cooker, use 1 ¾ cups of water per 1 ½ cups of rice and choose the cooking setting recommended in the manual.
- The recipe calls for 6 cups of water per cup of rice.
- For this technique, you’ll boil your rice in an abundance of water for 30 minutes.
- Drain off the excess water.
- Return the rice to the pot, cover.
- Let the rice steam for 10 minutes.
- Ta da! Perfect brown rice, every time.