Long Grain Rice
Long grain rice has been a staple in our family’s pantry for a long, long time! It’s easy to see why. This versatile variety of rice is low in fat and rich in iron. The cooked grains are light, dry, and separate easily, making it an excellent side dish when paired with other elements in a meal. Try long grain white rice in stews, pilafs, stir-fries, casseroles, soups, and more. Of course, it can also be served alone - in fact, that’s how we eat it at home the most!
How to Cook Long Grain Rice
Soak and rinse the long grain rice prior to cooking. In a large pot, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Stir in 1 cup of rice, cover, and reduce heat. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the water is absorbed. Remove from heat and let it sit with the lid on for an additional two minutes. Serve immediately.
1 cup of uncooked rice = 3 cups of cooked rice
We are sooo happy you sell this rice. We use it for so many meals. Thanks!Bernadette, Bigfork, MT
Great product for a great price!Cheryl, Sun Lakes, AZ
Use to hate making rice so I was a dedicated 'quick rice' person. Then I tried your long grain rice and loved it. After sautéing chopped onion and carrots in olive oil and putting it in boiling chicken broth, I put the raw rice in the skillet, stir it around to pick up the remaining olive oil, add it to the broth and - presto! - 20 minutes later - rice that doesn't stick together. Add seasoning and chucks of baked chicken and you have a great one-pot meal.Bernadette, Bigfork, MT
A staple at our place. Great price and excellent quality.Bernadette, Bigfork, MT
Long Grain Rice Enriched with Iron (Ferric Orthophosphate), Niacin, Thiamine (Thiamine Mononitrate) and Folic Acid. To retain vitamins, do not rince before or drain after cooking. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 45g (~1.6 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place. Refrigeration is not needed.
Country of origin: United States