Classic Premium Idly Rice
100% natural without additives
100% plant based
Idly rice is an important ingredient in South Indian cuisine and is often used to make traditional and tasty dishes such as idlis and dosas. It is also suitable for other culinary applications due to its versatility and gluten-free properties.
- Rinse the rice to remove excess starch.
- Mix 1 cup of rice with 1 1/2 cups of water and cook in a covered pan for 10 minutes on low heat.
- Remove it from the heat and let it rest for 5 minutes.
Nutritional value per 100 g
Energy value / Calories: 1515.6 kJ/362 kcal
Fat: 0.01 g
Of which saturated: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 90.4 g
Of which sugars: 0 g
Fiber: 5 g
Protein: 7 g
Salt: 0.01 g
Sodium: 4 mg
This product is packaged and/or stored in a company that also processes products containing wheat, nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, sesame, shellfish, soy, sulphites, fish and molluscs. Despite all precautions, it is possible that this product contains traces of these allergens.
Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Once opened, transfer contents to an airtight container.
Here are some uses of idly rice:
- Idlis: Idly rice is the basis for making idlis, a light and airy rice cake that is often served with sambar (a spicy lentil soup) and chutney. The dough for idlis is made by grinding and fermenting idly rice, which creates the characteristic taste and texture.
- Dosas: Idly rice can also be used for making dosas, thin and crispy pancakes. The dough for dosas is made by grinding and fermenting idly rice, similar to idli dough.
- Uthappam: This is another popular South Indian dish that is made with idly rice dough. Uthappam resembles a thick pancake and can be made with the addition of vegetables and spices.
- Rice Flour: Idly rice can be ground into rice flour, which can be used in various South Indian and other Asian recipes, including making various types of pasta, cookies, and desserts.
- Various Rice Dishes: You can also use idly rice to prepare other rice dishes like pulao, biryani, and even plain boiled rice as a side dish.
- Rice noodles: Some Asian rice noodles are made from idly rice flour. You can use idly rice flour to make homemade rice noodles for stir-fries or soups.
- Gluten-free dishes: Idly rice is naturally gluten-free, so it is a good choice for people on a gluten-free diet. You can use it instead of wheat in various recipes.
- Rice water: The cooking water of idly rice, known as "kanji" in some cultures, can be used as an easily digestible drink or base for soups.