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TBOF - Sahyadri Special Athyanau Rice

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Two Brothers Organic Farms : Sahyadri Special Athyanau Rice, 1kg

Sourced from tribals in the Sahyadri mountains. Nutrient dense whole grain rice with the hull,bran layer and cereal germ intact

 

Description

Red rice-unpolished, Gluten free


Ingredients

Unprocessed red rice

 

Benefits

Rich in anthocyanins which give red colour to food and is highly nutritious

It has medicinal benefits, & is Gluten-Free

Contains iron and zinc

The konkan red rice is nutritious and strengthens the body.

 

RECIPES:

It can be made both savoury as well as with sweet flavours.

This rice has a nice texture and is good for making a light kheer or payasam.

It can also be made into a simple khichdi.

It is a delicious rice option for fermenting to make the idli and dosa batter. It gives a slight reddish hue to the crisp dosa

 

Specific storage info

Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.

USP

A semi polished rice, native heirloom variety from the Sahyadri ranges locally known as ‘Athyanau’.


Description

Sahyadri Special Rice is a variety born from a selection of Kolpi rice, locally called ‘Athyanau’. It is semi polished and a great option as daily rice. Medium size grain and does not stick when cooked. 


Ingredients

Semi polished Rice


Benefits

Indigenous variety of Rice.

Organically grown. No pesticides or chemicals.

This rice, once cooked, is not sticky. A great choice for daily rice.

Usage info

Soak rice in water for 15-20 mins. Drain the water. In a cooking pot add rice and water in the ratio 1:3. Cover the pot with a lid and simmer for 15-20 mins or until the rice is fully cooked.



Specific storage info

Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.


Imp Info

Indigenous and heirloom varieties of rice are better than the hybrid, commercial packeted ones available at supermarkets. They are naturally climate and pest resistant, with almost no requirement for chemicals. The Adivasis in the Sahyadri ranges who grow them do not have to buy seeds, manure or pesticides, making it possible for marginal tribal farmers to grow these varieties of rice in remote areas. These grains are nutritionally superior. 

 

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