Himalayan Red Rice is a good source of protein, anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals. It has more bran than white and brown rice. Being fiber and energy rich makes this rice good for weight management.
Himalayan Red Rice is a highly nutritious rice with a crunchy texture and an interesting flavor. Organically grown without any chemicals, the Red Rice or Laal Chawal has got a very high nutrition value, fiber content and is a good source of antioxidants.
The heavy rain in the high altitude Himalayan valleys is partly responsible for its firm texture and interesting flavor. Cooking this rice with the husk on is going to incorporate a considerable amount of Vitamin B1 or Thiamine into your diet. Nowadays lots of health conscious people prefer to mix white rice with red rice for a real nutritious meal. The crunchy texture and the strong flavor of this rice are sure to go with any side dishes.
A perfect substitute for white rice or brown rice, the Himalayan red rice is also an important source of fibers, minerals and anti-oxidants. It is semi-milled—some of the reddish bran is left on the rice. Because of this, it cooks somewhat faster than an unfilled brown rice. When cooked, the rice is pale pink, soft and slightly sticky. Being organically cultivated in the lush Himalayan valleys of Uttarakhand, the red rice is sure to boost your daily dose of nutrition. The red rice is also helpful for patients with high blood sugar level.