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Sri Saraswathi Organics

Organic Mappillai Samba Rice

Organic Mappillai Samba Rice

Regular price Rs. 150.00
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Organic Samba Rice Online

Welcome to Saraswathi Organics, your source for the finest quality organic samba rice available online.

Our organic samba rice is grown with care and attention to detail on our farms located in the fertile Cauvery delta region of southern India. This region is known for its fertile soil and abundant water resources, which makes it the ideal place for growing samba rice. The samba rice we grow is carefully monitored and tested to ensure it meets the highest standards of quality and nutrition.

Our Organic mappillai samba rice is renowned for its distinct flavor and aroma, which makes it a favourite meal ingredient in South Indian cuisine. Our samba rice is high in dietary fiber, protein, and other essential vitamins and minerals. It is also low in fat, cholesterol and sodium, thus making it a healthy addition to any diet.

At Saraswathi Organics, we only source the finest quality samba rice for our customers. We strive to ensure that each and every bag of samba rice is fresh and of the highest quality. We also offer a variety of samba rice products, from traditional white samba rice to the more vibrant colours like purple and red.

We know that samba rice is a staple in many South Indian dishes and we would like to make it easier for you to find the best quality samba rice online. That's why we offer convenient online ordering options and we ship our products directly to your door.

We invite you to explore our selection of mappillai samba rice and buy samba rice online from Saraswathi Organics. With our commitment to quality and customer service, you can be sure you're getting the freshest, finest samba rice available. Thank you for choosing Saraswathi Organics!

Preparation Method:

Please soak this rice for at least 12 hours before cooking. If it is cooked in pressure cooker, then leave for 6 to 8 whistles. Please make sure that the cooker has enough water. Soaking water should be pure water and not salty water. Mixing: Please do not mix red rice varieties with black rice varieties. Red rice should be mixed with other red rice varieties and black rice should be mixed with other black rice varieties. If one would like to mix white rice with colored rice, please mix in the ratio of 1/3 as white rice and 2/3 as colored rice.

The origins of its name can be found in Tamil folklore which has it that traditionally, on his wedding day, a bridegroom (Mappillai) was required to lift a heavy rock as a show of his strength and virility. To help boost his energy before the task, this rice was cooked and fed to the new son-in-law.

Along with other native varieties of rice, Mappillai samba has all but disappeared from our farms and markets, making way instead for highly processed, nutritionally inferior white rice.

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