- n. A variety of long-grain rice, notable for its fragrance.
- Hindi बासमती. (Wiktionary)
“I originally thought to make it a chutney because that way if the kids did not care for it, they could eat plain basmati rice instead.”
“But seriously I have tried all kind of rice here, but the real long grain basmati we get and the smell, I never get here.”
“Pilaf two cups of white rice-basmati is really pretty well essential here”
“For eating, I really enjoy Lundberg's brown basmati, which is probably less starchy.”
“Despite a record harvest of 99.15 million tons last year, India has banned the export of rice, except in the case of premium varieties such as basmati rice costing $900 a ton and more.”
“NEW DELHI -- Tensions between India and Pakistan have thwarted their plans to jointly own the term "basmati" for the aromatic rice, much as producers in Champagne, France, have the exclusive right to name their product.”
“I was really expecting for something truly new from Kenzo Amour, and instead I got quotes from different perfumes: The base is powdery musk and vanilla, as in Flower, or the signature dry down of the Ormonde Jayne line The tartness of Amour reminds me of the pink pepper and dates notes in Ta’if, and the steam rice recalls the basmati rice in Champaca.”
“However, dry weather in some parts and floods in a few districts of Haryana and Punjab states have encouraged farmers to switch to short-duration crops such as basmati rice, which can be planted late but have a lower yield.”
“A good example is the ongoing battle over who and what can lay claim to the title "basmati" rice.”
“By Tony Munroe MUMBAI, July 1 (Reuters) - The run-up to India's annual budget, always a spectacle of expectation, is especially fevered this year after a decisive Pakistan have thwarted their plans to jointly own the term "basmati" for the aromatic rice, much as producers in Champagne,”
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