Idly Rice (Boiled)


Idly Ponmani rice is cultivated in the beds of the Cauvery basin. It is unpolished rice. The taste of this rice brings eternal joy.  The taste and quality of the rice are a challenge to all other categories in the market.


  • It is easy to digest and can help lower cholesterol
  • It is rich in vitamin E.



Idli Boiled rice, also referred to as parboiled rice, is a kind of rice that’s frequently used to make the popular South Indian dish idlis. It is an oval-shaped, plump, short-grained rice that is partially boiled in its husk before being hulled and polished.

The rice is parboiled by soaking it in water, steaming it, and then drying it out before the husk is removed. Because of this procedure, the rice retains more of its nutrients than white rice, making it a healthier choice.

  • A great source of important nutrients like fiber, B vitamins, and minerals like calcium, iron, and zinc is boiled rice.
  • The rice retains these nutrients better when cooked using the parboiling method.
  • Because idly rice has a low glycemic index, the body absorbs and digests it more slowly. This can help control blood sugar levels and avoid spikes in insulin.
  • Idli rice is naturally gluten-free; it’s a great option for anyone with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease.
  • Rice that has been parboiled is easier to digest than other varieties, which makes it a great option for those who have digestive issues.
  • Idli rice is a flexible ingredient that can be utilized in many South Indian recipes, like dosas and idlis.
Nutrient in rice:
  • One cup of cooked rice has roughly 45 grams of carbs, making idli rice a high-carb food.
  • Additionally, one cup of cooked rice has roughly 1.5 grams of fiber, making it a good source of the substance.
  • At only roughly 2 grams per cup of cooked rice, idli rice is a poor source of protein.
  • Vitamin B1, vitamin B3, calcium, iron, and phosphorus are among the essential vitamins and minerals that are abundant in idli rice.
  • One cup of cooked rice has less than one gram of fat, making idli rice low in fat.
    Naturally free of gluten, idli rice is a great option for anyone with gluten intolerance.

Ingredients for idli and dosa idli batter

  • Idly Rice: 5 cups
  • Urad dal black spilt or whole: 1 cup
  • Fenugreek seeds: 2 tsp

There are so many rice varieties in Tamil, including Kaatuyanam, Kavuni Arisi, Poongar Rice, Mappilai Samba, and Samba Arisi. You can visit our organic store near me, Kaadu Organics, to place an order.

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