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Delmaine Black Rice

500g

Black Rice is a whole grain rice with an unmistakable natural black colour, which lightens to a deep purple when cooked, with a slightly sweet with a distincitve nutty flavour. Loaded with nutritional benefits this special rice is truly remarkable for its properties, originally from China, it is now also cultivated in Italy. Known as the forbidden rice, because originally it was considered the Emperor's rice and it was literally forbidden for anyone else to eat it.

  • No added flavours, colours or preservatives
  • Suitable for vegetarians.
  • Product of Italy
  • Quick Ideas; Perfect for a new twist on a rice bowl or sushi, or make a black rice Ramen, or use in a black rice pudding with coconut and mango. Mix up your normal risotto with half aborio and half black rice.
  • Contains no gluten ingredients but is manufactured in an environment where gluten may be present or is manufactured overseas.

COOKING INFORMATION

For every 100g of rice use 200ml water. Place water and rice in a heavy bottomed pot with a tight fitting lid. Bring the rice to the boil, place the lid on the pot and reduce to a simmer for 25 minutes.

  • Delmaine Code: 3847
  • Size: 500g
  • Pack Size: 12
  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Storage Conditions: Store in cool dry place. Keep airtight after opening.
  • Best Before/Use By: Best Before
  • Unopened Shelf Life: 1092
  • Open Shelf Life: Up to Best Before if sealed

INGREDIENTS

100% Black Cargo Rice

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Serving Size: 45g Servings per Pack: 11

Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100g
ENERGY 1188kj 1503kj
PROTEIN 6g 7g
FAT, TOTAL 2g 3g
SATURATED 0g 0g
CARBOHYDRATE 58g 73g
SUGARS 0g 0g
SODIUM 0mg 0mg

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