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Himalayan Red Rice (Lal Chawal)

Himalayan Red Rice (Lal Chawal)

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Himalayan Red Rice, also known as Lal Chawal, is a specialty rice that is native to the Himalayan region and is grown at high altitude. It is known for its unique deep red color, which is due to the high content of antioxidants, such as anthocyanins.

This delicious and nutritious rice is packed with flavor and health benefits you won’t want to miss. With its distinctive red color, it’s sure to lend a pop of color to any dish. But don’t just take our word for it – read on to learn more about this amazing product.

Source/Origin- Natural Himalayan Red Rice (Lal Chawal)  harvested from high altitude area of Uttarakhand.

Health Benefits of Himalayan Red Rice

Did you know that Himalayan Red Rice contains more antioxidants than blueberries? That’s just one of the many reasons to add this superfood to your diet. Here are some of the other incredible health benefits of this amazing rice:

  • Helps regulate blood pressure
  • Helps boost metabolism
  • Rich in fiber and minerals
  • Lowers risk of heart disease

Cooking with Himalayan Red Rice

Cooking with Himalayan Red Rice is easy and versatile. This rice pairs well with a variety of flavors, from spicy to sweet. Whether you’re making a stir-fry or serving it as a side, Himalayan Red Rice is the perfect accompaniment to your favorite dishes. Here are some cooking tips to help you get started:

  • Soak the rice for 30 minutes before cooking
  • Use 2 cups of water per cup of rice
  • Cook for 25-30 minutes on low heat

Farm-to-Table Quality

At our farm, we’re committed to cultivating the highest quality rice possible. We carefully monitor and maintain the rice fields to ensure that our product is free of chemicals and pesticides. We take pride in delivering a farm-to-table experience that you won’t find anywhere else.


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