Basmati rice works best in dishes like pilaf or biryani or as an accessory to curries and stews.
This aromatic long-grain rice is quintessential to Indian, Middle Eastern, and Central Asian cuisine. Basmati rice is native to India, where more than 70% of the world’s basmati supply is produced. The fragrant rice’s global demand is high, so a number of countries, such as the United States, grow their own basmati varieties and hybrids. Basmati rice works best in dishes like pilaf or biryani or as an accessory to curries and stews.
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