We are dealing with supplying seeraga or seera samba rice. We are exporting seera samba rice directly from the Tamilnadu farmer. In India, Seeraga samba rice is cultivated in Central Tamilnadu (Nagapattinam, Trichy, Thanjavur district).
The exported seeraga samba rice has a pleasant aroma and taste; therefore, it is used to prepare world-famous Indian dish biriyani. In Tamil, seera means rice. The size of the grains resemblances cumin; therefore, it gets a name seera rice. It is one of the traditional rice varieties and the most expensive rice harvested in southern India.
Seera samba is enriched with fiber, antioxidants, selenium, and phytonutrients that prevent cancer in the breast, colon, and intestine areas. It also gives strength to your heart.
How to cook and use:
- Prepare lemon rice, tomato rice, and tamarind rice using seeraga samba.
- Biriyani and pulao prepared with seera samba give you a different flavor.
- Recommended water ratio to cook seera samba rice with water is 1:2
Nutritional Value (per 100g)
- Energy: 346 calories
- Protein: 6 g
- Carbohydrates: 79 g
- Fat: 0 g