Basmati Rice

Arabic –أرز بسمتي
Dutch – Basmati rijst
English – Basmati Rice
Russian – Рис басмати
Spanish – Arroz basmati

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Basmati Rice is a variety of long-grained rice that grows in the foothills of the Himalayas and is traditionally served in Indian and other South Asian cuisines. When cooked, basmati has a marginally softer grain than jasmine rice, while jasmine has a nuttier flavor. Basmati is grown only in the Himalayan region of India or scarcely any parts of Pakistan whereas non-basmati varieties could be developed anyplace in the world. Long and slim grains of basmati are more progressively inclined to breakage in the production procedure which involves milling and polishing of rice grain.