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Product of Thailand
Jasmine rice has a long grain and primarily grows in Southeast Asia, particularly Thailand.
Due to its fluffiness and slightly sticky texture when cooked, it’s considered to have an excellent cooking quality. Jasmine rice is also known as Thai fragrant rice, given its pleasant popcorn-like smell. This is due to the presence of a molecule called 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline.
Why White Jasmine Rice:
- Flavorful aroma
- Gluten free
The best way to cook Jasmine rice is using the absorption method, a procedure that cooks the covered rice in a pot until all the water is absorbed. To prepare, use 2 cups water or broth to one cup rice. Bring to a rolling boil, then cover pot tightly, lower heat to simmer, and simmer approximately 45 minutes
For optimum storage, store uncooked rice in an airtight container or keep it in our resealable bag in a cool, dry, dark place.