Pusa Basmati rice varieties are primarily grown in regions of India, including states like Haryana and Punjab. Versatility: Pusa Steam Basmati Rice is versatile and can be used in a wide range of rice-based dishes, including biryanis, pilafs, and other traditional Indian and international recipes. When purchasing Pusa Steam Basmati Rice or any other Basmati rice variety, it's essential to check for quality standards and certifications to ensure you are getting a high-quality product. The unique aroma and cooking properties of Basmati rice varieties, including Pusa Steam Basmati Rice, make them popular choices in many cuisines worldwide.


The term "Steam" in "Pusa Steam Basmati Rice" indicates that the rice has undergone a steaming process as part of its preparation. Steaming helps to partially cook the rice in its husk before milling. This process can enhance the aroma and make the grains firmer and less sticky when cooked compared to traditional white Basmati rice. Grain Length: Pusa Steam Basmati Rice is characterized by long, slender grains. The average grain length can range from 6.0 mm to 7.5 mm or longer. Aroma: Like all Basmati rice varieties, Pusa Steam Basmati Rice is known for its distinctive aroma, often described as nutty or floral. The steaming process can help preserve and enhance this aroma. Texture: The steaming process typically results in grains that are firmer and less likely to clump together when cooked. This makes it suitable for dishes where separate and fluffy grains are desired.

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  • High Quality Rice

  • Easy Cooking Rice

  • High nutritional value Rice

  • Soft Texture Rice

  • Usage in Various Cuisines Food


Purity 95.00%
Natural Admixture 5.00%
Average Grain Length 7.45 MM
Moisture 12.5% Max.
Broken Grain 1% Max.
Damage/Discolour Grain 1% Max.
Immature Grain 1% Max.
Foreign Matter Nil
Packaging Type Jute bag, BOPP Bags, PP bag, Non-woven bag or as per buyer's choice.
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