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Mapillai Samba rice, also known as bridegroom rice or red rice, is primarily grown in Tamil Nadu. It grows well in clay soils and earthy smell soil and does not require pesticides or chemicals, making it perfect for organic farming

 

Health Benefits:

  • Rich in Nutrients: Mapillai Samba rice is a good source of essential nutrients like carbohydrates, dietary fiber, vitamins (especially B vitamins), and minerals (such as iron and magnesium).

  • Low Glycemic Index: This rice has a lower glycemic index compared to some other varieties, which means it can help regulate blood sugar levels and provide sustained energy release.

  • Antioxidants: Mapillai Samba rice contains antioxidants, including anthocyanins, which can help combat oxidative stress and inflammation in the body.

  • Heart Health: It is considered heart-healthy due to its low levels of saturated fat and cholesterol. The fiber content also aids in maintaining healthy cholesterol levels.

  • Digestive Health: The dietary fiber in Mapillai Samba rice promotes healthy digestion and can help prevent constipation.

  • Gluten-Free: Like most rice varieties, Mapillai Samba rice is naturally gluten-free, making it suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.

Cooking Process:

Cooking Mapillai Samba rice is quite similar to cooking other varieties of rice. Here's a basic cooking process:

Ingredients:

  • Mapillai Samba rice
  • Water
  • Salt (optional)

Instructions:

  • Rinse the Rice: Measure the desired amount of Mapillai Samba rice and rinse it under cold running water in a fine-mesh strainer or a bowl until the water runs clear. This helps remove excess starch and ensures that the grains cook up fluffy and separate.

  • Soak (Optional): You can soak the rice for about 30 minutes to an hour before cooking. Soaking can help reduce the cooking time and make the rice fluffier, but it's not necessary.

  • Cooking on the Stovetop:

    • In a large saucepan or pot, bring water to a boil. Use the ratio of 2 to 2.5 cups of water for every cup of rice, depending on your desired rice texture (2 cups for firmer, 2.5 cups for softer).
    • Add the rinsed and drained Mapillai Samba rice to the boiling water.
    • Stir briefly, reduce the heat to low, and cover the pot with a tight-fitting lid.
    • Let the rice simmer for 15-20 minutes or until it's tender and all the water is absorbed.
    • Remove the pot from heat and let it sit, covered, for an additional 5-10 minutes to allow the steam to finish cooking the rice.
  • Fluff and Serve: After resting, use a fork to fluff the rice gently, which will separate the grains. You can add salt to taste if desired.

Mapillai Samba rice has a unique nutty flavor and a slightly chewy texture, making it a delightful addition to a variety of dishes. It's often used in traditional South Indian recipes like biryani, pongal, and idlis.

Bride Groom Rice (Mappilai Samba) - 500gm

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  • Bride Groom Rice (Mappilai Samba) 500gm

    Shelf Life : 3+ Months (Must be Store the product in Air Tight Containers.)
    Manufacturer : KANGEYAN TRADERS 
    Manufacturer Address : 3/5, Ellaikumarapalayam, North 
    Ramalingapuram post , Chennimalai 
    block, Erode, Tamil Nadu-638051
    Packed & Distributed By : KANGEYAN TRADERS (kangeyan.shop)
    Country Of Origin : India