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October 04, 2013

RiceSelect Texmati Rice

Texmati®, the first basmati rice to be successfully grown in America over 35 years ago. Available in white, brown and light brown versions, Texmati® combines the qualities of basmati and American long grain rice. The end result is unsurpassed flavor and aroma that is perfect for conjuring up the perfect chicken & rice soup or casserole for wintery days. As part of the company’s annual partnership with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), all Texmati white and brown rice jar lids and labels will go pink this September through November.

For the sweeter, nutty flavor of Thai jasmine rice, RiceSelect also offersJasmati rice. This jasmine-style long grain rice consists of soft and tender snowy white grains that cook up into a delicious holiday rice pudding.

I had a chance to try this rice and really like it. While cooking the aroma filled my kitchen. It smelled like something was baking, but it was just my rice cooking on the stove. While it takes about 45 minutes to cook this rice, I think it's worth the wait. I decided to make mahi mahi in a garlic sauce and served it over this Texmati brown rice. It was very tasty!

 About RiceSelect
RiceSelect maintains a focus on high value organic and all natural products. The company embraces values that are essential to bringing consumers high-quality rice and pasta products. Its award-winning products are recognized worldwide for their outstanding taste and texture. RiceSelect  products are grown, milled, and packaged in the United States under the most stringent farming and production guidelines. The company’s signature product is Texmati®, the first basmati rice to be successfully grown in America.

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