Full of nutrients, dusky color and mouth-watering flavor The Jewel of Pakistan ensures perfectly fluffy and separate rice grains well known for its volumetric transformation.
Energy Fat Saturates Sugars
895kJ / 214kcal 1.1g 0.2g 0.4g
11% 1% 1%
Of an adults reference intake* Typical value per 100g Energy 1491kJ / 351kcal
Typical Values Per 100g
Energy 1491kJ

/ 351kcal


/ 214kcal

Fat 1.9g 1.1g
of which saturates 0.3g 0.2g
Carbohydrate 73.9g 44.3g
of which sugars 0.6g 0.4g
Fibre 2.9g 1.7g
Protein 8.3g 5.0g

Product Facts

  • In the Hindi language ‘Bas’ means aroma and Mati means ‘full of’. Hence it means the “prince of fragrance” or “the perfumed one”.
  • Basmati is one of the most revered form of rice, characterized by sweet aroma and long grains
  • Kohinoor introduced the first packed consumer packs of 1kg in the country
  • Only one crop of Basmati rice can be grown per year
  • Basmati is only grown in the Northern Indian states of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and parts of western Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir.

Rinse the rice thrice with regular water to get rid of excessive starch. Soak the rice in twice the amount of water for 15 minutes

Open Pot Method

  • Bring a pot of water (2 ½ times the amount of rice) to a boil. Add a pinch of salt and 1tbsp of oil and stir.
  • Add the soaked rice and bring it to a boil. Once boiling, reduce the flame.
  • Cover the pot with a lid and cook for 15 minutes.
  • Fork the rice and serve hot.

Microwave Method

  • Add water (2 ½ times the amount of rice) to a micro safe bowl and add the soaked rice.
  • Add a pinch of salt and one tbsp of oil and stir.
  • Cook it at 90W for fifteen minutes.
  • Fork the rice and serve hot.
Note: The above is based on a 650W microwave. The timings might differ from oven to oven.
For best results, always soak rice in cold water for 30 minutes before cooking.