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Rice & Noodles

We have various brands of Basmati (long grain) rice, which are commonly used in Indian cuisine.

Amutha
Article code 5.F.5
€3,85
in stock
This Muthu Samba Rice from Amutha comes from Sri Lanka. Muthu means pearl and refers to the pearly appearance of this rice. Muthu samba rice has a floury taste and is widely used in India and Sri Lanka. Read more
Amutha
Article code 5.H.5
€5,60
in stock
This Keeri Samba Rice from Amutha comes from Sri Lanka. It is a special, narrow, finer grain with a different taste and aroma than other samba rice. It is very suitable for biryani dishes, fried rice and curries. Read more
€1,80
in stock
Mother's Recipe
Article code 9.T.5
€3,05
in stock
Basmati murmura, also called mamra, is made from puffed basmati rice and is a common cooking ingredient and snack in Indian cuisine. Read more
Tooba
Article code 9.S.5
€0,50
in stock
Vermicelli is a pasta type. Vermicelli means 'little worms' in Italian. Vermicelli is mainly used in the Netherlands as a filling in soup (especially in vegetable soup), but also as a basis for pasta dishes. Read more
€6,15
out of stock
Premium Indian Basmati rice. Read more
Article code 8.N.3
€3,35
in stock
Basmati rice. Read more
Tilda
Article code 8.L.4
€3,75
in stock
Pure silver fleece Basmati rice. Read more
Tilda
Article code 5.N.5
€6,70
in stock
Tilda Basmati rice is harvested from the hills of the Himalaya. Read more
Tilda
Article code 6.B.2
€4,15
in stock
The Pure Tilda Basmati rice comes from the hills of the Himalayas. Read more
€3,35
out of stock
Article code 8.S.3
€3,85
out of stock
Premium Indian Basmati rice. Read more
Article code 5.K.3
€3,99
in stock
Mali Flower basmati rice is unique rice that originates from India. This long grain rice is characterized by a light nutty flavour. It is remarkably long for rice and post cooking the rice becomes more than twice its original length. The aroma and the sw Read more