Carnaroli Rice "with the Bud" 1Kg
There is only one way to keep the bud on the rice grain: don’t take it away! Carnaroli rice with the bud is subjected to a smooth processing that leaves the grains roughest, preserve the proteins, the vitamins, the mineral salts and the enzymes that are in the external layer of the grain and most of all in the bud, and allowing for the rice to be capable of absorbing liquids after cooking, without flaking.
If you try it simply boiled, you will see the bud grow and you will feel the perfumes of our Carnaroli. If you use it to make a risotto, you will appreciate the extraordinary absorbing capacity without dividing the liquids after the cooking, without exfoliating, even for several minutes before serving.
- Content: 1 Kg
- Region: Piedmont
- Ingredients: Italian Carnaroli rice
- Storage temperature: 18 - 20° C
- Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, protect from light
- Shelf-life: 24 months
- Preparation: Cooking time 16-18 minutes
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Piedmont is in Italy's northwest and borders Switzerland and France. True to the meaning of its name (foot of the mountain), Piedmont is a land of mountains. It is surrounded on three sides by the Alps, with the highest peaks and largest glaciers in Italy. The most typical specialties of the regional cuisine are fondue and bagna cauda: two warm and out-of-this-world dips that celebrate the Alba white truffle and raw vegetables. Some of the many excellent dishes include the great mixed fry, braised beef in Barolo wine, civet of hare and a wide array of cheeses: toma, robiola, bruss from the Langhe, gorgonzola from Novara, and sernium from Biella.
Back five generations the Perinotti Family cultivates rice in the Grange Vercellesi area in Piedmont. A life dedicated to rediscovering varieties of native rice: an ambitious choice in a historic period in which standardization rules. Gli Aironi brand's name means herons, birds that stand out also in the company logo, formerly in way of extinction and now returned in great numbers in the Grange, confirming the company's attention to environmental sustainability. Another proof is the work done to hydraulic works that have allowed to reduce to the minimum the usage of chemical products.