What is Basmati?
The word Basmati starting points from old Sanskrit and interprets in a real sense as “The Fragrant One”. The words “Bas” signifies smell, while “Mati” can be interpreted as a sovereign or a princess. Like Bordeaux wines, Parmigiano cheddar, Champagne and Shiraz Rugs, Basmati is a geological pointer, filled exclusively in the Punjab locale covering Pakistan and India.

The Basmati assortment of rice is known as the “Lord of Rice” with an undisputed incomparability across the world. Basmati fills just in the lower regions of the Himalayas, in the area of Punjab. The rice has an exceptional fragrance, additional length, slim grain, high healthy benefit, low fat substance, and fleecy surface and extends a few times after being cooked. Basmati is matured for six to a year, upgrading its well known fragrance and taste, limiting rice tenacity and is then delighted in by food specialists all over the planet.

The Recipe
Subsequent to obtaining the best basmati crop, Kun Basmati Rice then, at that point, goes through a careful robotized pre-cleaning cycle to guarantee that each grain is liberated from dust particles, stones and weevils. Handled at one of the world’s most advance rice handling plants, each grain of Kun Basmati Rice is selected cautiously, and must be no less than 7.3mm long with its tips unblemished. The rice is then matured for a time of nine to eighteen months at stockrooms, known for their rigid quality norms.

Kun Basmati Rice is a reason to commend the ˜flavours of life regularly with a fragrance that goes past the lines of societies and countries, improving the ˜flavour of foods in each kitchen, eatery and event.

Chef Afzal Arshad
CEO / Founder

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