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Sona Masoori is commonly known as
(Half Boiled) or Puzhungal Arisi in Tamil or simply White rice. Since this rice variety is partially boiled in the husk, it is cooked faster compared to Raw Rice (Pacharisi in Tamil). These rice varieties are the most commonly used one to prepare plain white rice.
What is Sona Masoori rice used for?
Due to its high nutritional value, sona masuri is ideal for daily cooking and is eaten with sambar, puli kolambu, rasam or for cooking sweet pongal. But when cooking dishes like pilaf or biryani, aromatic long-grain basmati is well suited. The two varieties of rice remain separate even if they are cooked.
Sona Masoori Traditional Medium Grain Rice is non-sticky, light in texture, very versatile and slightly sweet.
What is the Ratio of Rice & Dal for preparing Idly/Dosa Batter?
Ratio of Rice:Dal = 4:1; which means – If you take 4 cups of Rice, you need to take 1 cup of Dal in the same cup. If you take 2 cups of Rice, you need to take 1/2 (half) cup of dal in the same cup. And, add 1-2 tsp of Fenugreek Seeds as well.
What is Sona Masoori raw rice?
BPT Sona Masoori raw rice is a medium grain rice. It’s very. good for cooking quality fluffy rice.
How do you identify Pacharisi?
Is Sona Masoori raw or boiled?
Is Sona Masuri rice parboiled?