Basmati rice

Basmati rice

Basmati rice is also called "rice fragrance". It is very aromatic and exudes a very tasty aroma. It is often used for Chinese dishes because Basmati rice sticks together during cooking and can therefore be eaten well with chopsticks. But also for other exotic dishes Basmati rice offers itself because of its extraordinary aroma. Cooked Basmati rice is softer than grainy long grain rice. That's why it doesn't take as long to cook as normal rice.

All data per 100 g:
318 kcal
76 g
9 g
1 g

Recipes with Basmati rice

Asian Chicken Fricassee
Asian Chicken Fricassee is served in a creamy coconut milk sauce and gets its typical taste from lemon grass and coriander. Remove the visible fat under the skin from the chicken legs. ...
Asian minced meat rice pan
Asian minced meat rice pan Asian minced rice pan tastes sweet and sour. If you use dark sesame oil for frying, the Asian Minced Meat Rice Pan gets a particularly fine aroma. ...
Basmati rice
Basmati rice Fill Basmati rice into a saucepan. Cover lightly with water. ...
Chicken breast indian
Chicken breast indian is gratinated with a spicy yogurt sauce. Place chicken breast in a flat bowl. ...
Chicken Chop Suey
Chicken Chop Suey For Chicken Chop Suey first cut the chicken breast fillet into strips. Mix with sweet soy sauce. ...
Chicken from the wok
Chicken from the wok is served in a very aromatic sauce with plum wine. Boil Basmati rice. ...
Chicken legs indian
Chicken legs indian Indian chicken legs become very hot by the red curry paste. The recipe is easy to prepare as the seasoned chicken legs should be left in the refrigerator for about 1 hour. ...
Chicken strips with Pak Choi
Chicken strips with Pak Choi Basmati rice is served with chicken strips with Pak Choi. Fill the chicken strips into a bowl. ...
China cabbage from the wok
China cabbage from the wok is served with chicken meat and basmati rice. Cook Basmati rice and chicken meat. ...

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