Thai Jasmine rice is the common rice in Thailand and in Asia, For those who would like to learn more about Thai Hom Mali rice or interested in Thai Jasmine rice, today, I’ll tell you about all the facts about Thai Jasmine rice. Let’s dive right in.
The Northeast of Thailand is one of the best locations for growing Thai Jasmine rice (Thung Kula Rong Hai District) . The main manufacture sources are in Surin, Buriram, Sisaket, Nakhon Ratchasima, Ubon Ratchathani and Roi Et, followed by the northern region due to the similar weather conditions and the cultivation areas of the two regions are suitable for the growth of Thai Jasmine rice.
Ministry of Commerce (Department of Foreign Trade) has divided Thai jasmine rice into 2 types
- white jasmine rice (6 types)
- brown rice (4 types).
Thai Jasmine rice has its distinctive charms, which are the aroma and softness of the rice grains, because no matter how long it is stored, the softness and aroma after cooking remains aromatic, the rice grains are slim and beautiful, with soft white color just like the color of jasmine flowers and another special character is that even if the jasmine rice is cold, after reheat, it remains soft and delicious, just as if it’s been cooked freshly. The jasmine rice is a rice that can be planted once a year and produces less yield than fragrant rice. It is rich in beneficial nutrients such as carbohydrates, protein, vitamins B1 and B2.
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