Sawi Long Grain Surinam Rice 1kg

(4 customer reviews)


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Sawi Long Grain Surinam Rice 1kg

(4 customer reviews)



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Preparation: 1. Bring a large pan of water to the boil. 2. Stir in the rice. Add salt to taste. 3. Return to the boil and stir the rice. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 12-15 minutes. 4. Remove the pan from the heat and carefully drain the rice in a sieve. 5. Before serving, fluff the rice using a fork.

Sawi Long Grain Rice is renowned for its dry-cooking, extra long rice grain. The rice is cultivated and selected with care. Sawi Long Grain Rice is popular with many consumers because of its good cooking properties and full taste. The rice has been milled and polished with care, so top quality is guaranteed!. Sawi.

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Van Sillevoldt Rijst B.V., P.O. Box 280, NL-3350 AG Papendrecht, The Netherlands.

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Customer Reviews

(4 customer reviews)

I always use a Tefal Rice Cooker and this rice is perfect for that. It's OK for the price.

As another reviewer says, this is more like basmati than ordinary long grain rice but that suits me fine. I bake my rice in a pot in the oven and this turns out perfectly - separate, fluffy and tasty and of course good value.

This is soggy, sticky rice that clumps together. Won't be buying again.

I've always used long grain rice and thought I would give this brand a try. When cooked it's more like basmati rice, so I will avoid buying this in the future.

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