White Ponni Rice
Ponni rice gets its name from the Kaveri River, which is referred to as Ponni in Tamil Nadu. Farmers originally cultivated this rice in the Kaveri River delta, located in the Tamil Nadu districts of Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, and Tiruvarur.
An excellent, healthier substitute for white rice is ponni rice. This tasty, fragrant rice variety is high in beneficial fiber.
Boiled rice vs Raw rice
Ponni boiled rice (parboiled rice)
The smooth texture, subtle flavor, and distinct scent of this rice are attractive. Boiling rice is the most common method for cooking rice, noodles, pastries, and desserts. This type of rice undergoes partial boiling in its husk.
calories in boiled rice: A cup of cooked white rice has roughly 242 calories in it.
Ponni raw rice
Raw rice is uncooked and untreated rice. Its large, thin grains and quick cooking time characterize it, making it a popular rice variety.
White rice nutrition: Both types of rice are good sources of carbohydrate.
Benefits of rice
- In terms of calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium, this rice provides three percent of the required daily requirement. Rice is rich in iron and fiber, among other minerals.
- This rice is easily digested and is rich in proteins and carbohydrates.
- Being naturally gluten-free, it’s a good nutritional choice for those who are sensitive to gluten or have celiac disease.
Many South Indian homes use boiling rice—rice white ponni—as a common ingredient to prepare a wide range of meals, including pulavs, biryanis, and even desserts. Using organic rice, we can make the dosa and idly.
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