Our Indrayani rice is grown in the Pune district of Maharashtra. Its unique property is its pleasing aroma that is not found in any other variety of rice. Sticky when cooked, it is widely prepared in traditional Maharashtrian dishes.
Store Indrayani rice in a cool, dry place in an airtight container to preserve its freshness.
Rinse and cook with a 1:2 rice-to-water ratio until grains are tender. Allow a brief resting period before fluffing and serving. Its versatility makes it suitable for various dishes. Enhance taste with a pinch of salt and oil
Q. Is Indrayani rice aromatic like Basmati rice?
A. Indrayani rice is not known for its aromatic qualities like Basmati rice. Basmati rice is renowned for its distinct fragrance, which sets it apart from other rice types.
Q. What is the appearance of cooked Indrayani rice?
a. Cooked Indrayani rice has medium to long grains with a slightly chewy texture.