History of Basmati
The fertile soil at the foothills of the Himalayas and the crystal clear waters of the mountain springs combine to bring the world its favorite variety of rice: Basmati. Famed for its long grains, fluffy texture and a rich aroma, Basmati has been cultivated since centuries in the Indian sub-continent and even today this region is famed for producing the world’s best Basmati.
A cup of (cooked) Basmati rice
Total Fat: 0.44g
A serving of basmati rice is also a good source of: Iron(1.9mg), Selenium(11.8mg), Thiamine(0.26mg) and Niacin(2.3mg)