- From the variety >>THAI HOM MALI<<
- From the best growing area in Thailand, Roi Et
- Loose, white grain and floral aroma
- For 3-4 portions
- 100% naturally pure
Speciality of our rice
Our fragrant jasmine rice comes from the Roi Et region in north-east Thailand, which is best known for its wide irrigation areas and ideal climatic conditions for growing the wonderfully fragrant jasmine rice.
With its slightly sticky consistency and floral aroma, it is a must for every meal.
The work for cultivating, taking care, harvesting and sorting rice deserves fair pay. Your support ensures environmental protection and good living conditions.
Do you have to wash rice?
In Thailand, it is definitely very important to wash rice before cooking. There is also a special word for it. That means 'Sao Kao' (ซาวขาว).
So, here are the reasons why you should wash rice:
- Washing removes excess starch from white rice
- The rice gets a fluffy consistency. That means it doesn't stick together as much
- The rice will not be mushy
- It gets cleaner!
How do you properly wash rice?
- It's super easy! Place rice in a bowl and cover with cold water
- Stir the rice with your hands in a circular motion
- Pour off the water
- Repeat the process (about 2-3 times) until the water after stirring is clear
- You can now wash rice just like Thais do :)
How to prepare jasmine rice?
PREPARATION OF JASMINE RICE IN THE COOKING POT WITH TIPS FROM THAIS
1. Place jasmine rice in a saucepan or cooking pot.
2. Rinse rice twice and then drain with your hand.
3. Add 1.5 times the amount of water.
4. Soak rice for 10 minutes. Set the stove to the highest heat level.
5. Once the water is boiling, turn the heat to medium-high and simmer the rice with the lid on for 23 minutes, until the water has evaporated. In between you should not touch the pot and not open the lid.
6. After 23 minutes, turn off the heat BUT don't remove the lid yet!!! You should let the pot rest with the lid on for another 10 minutes.
7. Then you can remove the lid and fluff up the rice with a fork.
Made it! Your rice is done and ready to eat!
PREPARING JASMINE RICE IN THE ELECTRIC RICE COOKER WITH TIPS FROM THAIS
1. Put rice in the rice cooker.
2. Remove the inner pot and wash the rice twice.
3. Add 1.5 times the amount of water.
4. Close the lid and turn on the rice cooker.
5. Once the light has gone out, the rice is ready.
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This is what distinguishes our box
In our box, you will find all original ingredients, that you need to prepare a Thai dish for 3-4 servings. The preparation takes just 30 minutes – and you can bring the holiday feeling home.
Ingredients with authentic origin
All ingredients come directly from Thailand. They are carefully selected by local farmers and contain no glutamate or preservatives. So you can cook Thai dishes that taste just like they do in Thailand.
We say "THANK YOU"
With the purchase of each box, you support elderly women and families in a structurally weak region of Thailand.
Frequently asked questions
How many portions is a box set for?
One box set is enough for 3-4 servings. But of course, it also depends on how hungry you are. :D
Do I sign up for a subscription when I buy?
No, you only buy a box set once.
Are the box sets very spicy?
Massaman Curry and Pad Thai are mild. Only the red and green Thai curry is slightly spicy (European's level and not Thai's level of slightly spicy :D) You can prepare the Tom Kha set slightly spicy or mild. Attention: The Tom Yum set is very spicy!
Are fresh ingredients included in the box set?
No, some customers cook our dishes without meat, some customers love only organic food. It is important to us that our customers have their freedom. Therefore, no fresh ingredients are included.
How long can a box set be kept, best-before/ expiration period?
All box sets have a best-before date of 03.07.2023 and can be stored at room temperature
Are the box sets gluten-free?
YES! All of our box sets are gluten-free, except the red Thai curry box set and Premium Thai sauce, as the soy sauce contains gluten. The soy sauce can be used to marinate meat, but can also be omitted. In this way, the Red Thai Curry can also be prepared gluten-free.