Mahatma® 100% Whole Grain Brown Rice has a subtle nutty taste and chewy texture, perfect for cooking up your favorite recipes with a bit more whole grains. Brown Rice is technically whole grain rice because it only has the outer, inedible layer removed but still has the bran layer and cereal germ intact. That’s what gives it that signature brown color and all of its whole grain benefits. Want to know more about what makes Brown Rice great? Check out our guide to whole grains.
The ideal ratio for cooking Brown Rice is 2¼:1, which means 2 ¼ cups of water per each cup of rice. You can cook this rice over the stove, in a rice cooker, slow cooker or even in the microwave.
Flavor Tip: To enhance its natural flavor, cook your rice in water or broth with seasonings and herbs.
On account of its slightly nutty flavor and fluffy texture, Brown Rice can be used in a wide variety of dishes in anything from breakfast to dinner.
Our whole grain brown rice can be used in oven-baked dishes, refreshing rice salads, one-pot meals or simply enjoyed on its own. Start your day with a sweet and filling breakfast like pancakes or waffles made with Brown Rice. Or, enjoy an energizing lunch like grilled chicken tacos with a brown rice salsa on top or a fresh rice salad! Enjoy a meal around the table with family or friends and a chicken and rice casserole or maybe an international classic like fried rice, Spanish Brown Rice or arroz con pollo.
We also offer Organic Brown Rice for those choosing to live a more organic lifestyle!
If you’re in the mood for a more aromatic rice, try our Thai Jasmine Brown Rice, which cooks up fluffy and slightly sticky for a flavorful meal. If you prefer, we also offer classic white Jasmine Rice.
Although both White and Brown Rice can be used in a variety of different dishes, Brown Rice is 100% whole grain and harvested with its cereal and bran layer intact, giving it a more nutty flavor and chewy texture, while White Rice has both layers removed giving it a more neutral flavor and fluffier texture. For more information make sure to check out our guide to different rice varieties!
16oz (454g), 32oz (907g), 48oz (1361g)
1/4 cup (45g)