It is hard to miss the amazing aroma of India Gate Basmati Rice Mogra from a distance; the fine long grains and the aromatic flavour simply stir up your appetite. The India Gate basmati Mogra can be uniquely identified by the length of the grain and the fragrance which makes your pulao, biriyani and risotto all the more appealing. As a result, the grains are longer; they do not break or stick together and has an unmistakably amazing aroma.
- Broken Basmati grains
- Distinct aroma
- Fine texture
- Grains do not stick or break when cooked
How to Use
Cooking Tips- Rinse the rice thoroughly. Soak for 30 minutes.
Measures Open pan cooking- 5 cups of water for 1 cup of rice.
Closed pan cooking- 2 cups of water for 1 cup of rice. The rice may require slightly more or less water to cook depending on how hard or soft the water is. Add 1 tbsp of butter / olive oil / margarine and salt to taste.
Basmati Rice is classified according to its grain length. Some of the grains of rice are broken during the removal of the husk.
Here is the classification of different types of rice according to the grain length:
Full-length rice has 100% of the rice grain length for a variety (e.g. Basmati).
Dubar has broken rice grains but longer than 75% of the length of the full-length rice.
Tibar has broken rice grains in the range of 60% to 75% of the length of the full-length rice.
Kinki has broken rice grains less than 60% of the full length of the rice grain.
Kinki rice is further classified into Mogra and Mini Mogra in the descending order of the rice grain size.