Aromatic long-grain Thai Jasmine Rice releases a sweet and enticing aroma while cooking. Once cooked, it is soft, white, and fluffy, ideal for enhancing the overall taste of any recipe, allowing for a heightened experience at every occasion. This variety of rice is not only Gluten Free but also Non-GMO Project Verified, suitable for vegan and vegetarian diets as well as free of MSG and other added preservatives.
Each serving of 1/4 cup Jasmine Rice (45 g) contains only 160 calories! For more information on the percentage of daily values, visit our “Nutrition Facts” section.
The perfect ratio is 1½:1, which means 1½ cups of water per each cup of rice. Adapt the rice to your preference: For slightly drier rice, use ¼ cup less water per each cup of rice and to make it moister use ¼ more water per cup of rice.
You can cook this rice over the stove, in a rice cooker, slow cooker or even in the microwave. Make sure to check out the video below for how to cook Jasmine Rice.
Flavor Tip: To enhance its natural flavor, cook your rice in water or broth with seasonings and herbs. Some traditional Thai recipes also use coconut milk for a creamier texture.
On account of its fragrant, slightly sweet flavor and fluffy texture, Thai Jasmine Rice is commonly used in Asian cuisines such as Thai, Indian or Cambodian. However, using Mahatma® Rice, you can use it anywhere classic white rice is used whether you’re making an easy coconut lime rice side dish to top with meats and vegetables, a restaurant-style meal at home, rice salad, Spanish rice, Indian or Thai curry or any other Asian-inspired dishes like fried rice.
Try it in our premium blends of Jasmine with Quinoa or Red & Wild Rice. Or, get inspired in the kitchen and use a combination of Long Grain and Jasmine Rice perfectly crafted for making fried rice dishes.
If you’re looking to add more whole grains into your diet, you might like to try Thai Jasmine Brown Rice which still has the bran layer intact.
While both are long-grain aromatic rice varieties, Basmati Rice is longer and tends to cook up larger than Jasmine. Thai Jasmine has a subtle buttery aroma and cooks up with a soft, slightly sticky texture, perfect for a recipe like Thai sticky rice with mango. Basmati has a fragrant and floral aroma that cooks up fluffy and a bit more separate. For more information, check out our guide to different rice varieties.
32oz (907g), 80oz (2268g), 160oz (4536g), 320oz (9072g)
1/4 cup (45g)