Grown largely in the southern belt, Sonamasoori is lightweight and aromatic. Ideal for Sweet Pongal, Biryani, Idlis and fried rice
- Sona masoori is typically used in dishes such as sweet pongal, biryani, idlis and fried rice. Sona masoori rice does not contain any fiber. Carbohydrates are an essential nutrient, and should provide most of your caloric intake. They provide your body with energy and promote the proper functioning of your heart, brain, liver and kidneys.
- Sona masoori rice does provide some protein. Sona masoori rice is both fat free and sodium free. While both fat and sodium are essential nutrients
- It is very strong rice and contains high fibre contents. It has a very good aroma and is also very delicious. Sona masoori rice contains a good amount of starch and needs to be rinsed before cooking. So, it is considered to be healthier