Rajamudi rice, the favourite of the royals of Mysore. It is said that the royals were so fond of this flavourful and nutritious rice that they collected this rice in lieu of taxes from their subjects who couldn't afford to pay taxes.
The unpolished Rajamudi rice is a mix of red and brown rice and is rich in dietary fibre and zinc. Above all the rich flavour of this bag of rice will blow your mind.
How to cook Rajamudi Rice?
Rajamudi rice needs extra soaking
Wash and soak rice in clean water for about an hour and cook like your regular rice.
This rice can be used to make idli, dosa and even the flour can be used to make idiyappam, rotis and more.
tasty food, mouth-watering, Worth purchase,
Soak overnight and pressure cook. Light and healthy to eat
It's very expensive........rajmudi rice in my town 49 rs kg ..urs 120rs ...it's not fair business
Great variety of rice
We loved this Rajamudi rice that we tried for the first time ,for the fact, that though not very fragrant, it’s really light on stomach for digestion. And I would certainly buy it again.
Taste wise it’s good
Taste wise it’s good...but gets infected by pests very quickly..