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Apna Rice 10kg only 9.99

£9.99 @ Tesco
this is a very good deal as rice and flour etc has gone up in price in normal indian stores rice is very expensive very good deal for this at tesco seen loads of people pick up at least few bags i got… Read More
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this is a very good deal as rice and flour etc has gone up in price in normal indian stores rice is very expensive very good deal for this at tesco seen loads of people pick up at least few bags i got few to lol

The Finest Extra Long Grain Rice from Punjab.

Aged to Perfection.

THE FINEST LONG GRAIN MATURED BASMATI RICE.

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#2
Hi
Does anyone know how to make "sticky rice"? If anyone has been to Thailand or the likes then you will know the rice I mean. I have never been able to replicate it. If someone knows what I might be doing wrong,what I need to add,or even better a machine that I can basically put rice in and 20 minutes late have lovely fluffy sticky rice,please let me know. Thank you :)
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rehydrated
Hi
Does anyone know how to make "sticky rice"? If anyone has been to Thailand or the likes then you will know the rice I mean. I have never been able to replicate it. If someone knows what I might be doing wrong,what I need to add,or even better a machine that I can basically put rice in and 20 minutes late have lovely fluffy sticky rice,please let me know. Thank you :)


try this hope this helps

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3W0qjGXYNk

http://www.thaitable.com/Thai/recipes/Sticky_Rice.htm

http://www.hawaiithreads.com/archive/index.php/t-2513.html
#4
Hi Sammy
TY for the reply. Just watched the youtube one...3 hrs to steam! Maybe that's where I'm going wrong,I was wanting it as quick as a pot noodle,but that doesn't look like it will be possible...H&R :thumbsup:
#5
rehydrated
Hi
Does anyone know how to make "sticky rice"?


Chuck some wallpaper paste in the pot :giggle:

Oh and don't use parboiled (easy cook) as it won't have enough starch.
#6
Its good rice if somebody is after normal rice (extra long grain kinda) but Basmati is still very expensive. Even Tesco and Asda have recently increased there price for it!!!
#7
only 5kg bag showing.
#8
This variety of rice is cheap and cheerful and only used for the sake of having rice if your not bothered about the taste., if it was Basmati then it would be HOT.
#9
Sabz03
only 5kg bag showing.

think website is down now as i tried clicking link doesnt work also they will be out of stock now as they werent many left when i went i asked at customer services they said new stock will be in tomorro and it is 10kg for 9.99 the 5kg is 6.99 think
#10
rehydrated
Hi Sammy
TY for the reply. Just watched the youtube one...3 hrs to steam! Maybe that's where I'm going wrong,I was wanting it as quick as a pot noodle,but that doesn't look like it will be possible...H&R :thumbsup:


try a normal steamer and 3 hours is a long time i did not know it takes that long there must be some other ways try the other recipes i sent you :thumbsup:
#11
Sharpharp
This variety of rice is cheap and cheerful and only used for the sake of having rice if your not bothered about the taste., if it was Basmati then it would be HOT.


rice has gone up in price just like flour etc and petrol and it is similar to basmati rice as it says in description
#12
My mums wicked at sticky rice, rice balls we call them haha.
Good deal but i just got a 20kg bag afew weeks ago and havent opened it. So i think we are good for awhile
Cheers
#13
Let me explain as I came close to buying this a couple of months ago...but didn't. The reason is in the FUSION tag; it is a mix of Basmati & Long Grain rice but does not give any description of the proportions in the mix.

As you can get long grain rice for as little 43p a kilo, there's no point in buying this at 99.9p a kilo. Might as well buy 'proper' Basmati rice (cheapest is at Netto - 10 kilos for £11.99)...of course, the biggest problem is we don't know whether Basmati rice is really 100% Basmati.

But stay clear of this one as it's NOT a HOT deal.
#14
Sabz03
only 5kg bag showing.

That probably means there are none in stock in your local store.
It's available at mine.
#15
rehydrated
Hi
Does anyone know how to make "sticky rice"? If anyone has been to Thailand or the likes then you will know the rice I mean. I have never been able to replicate it. If someone knows what I might be doing wrong,what I need to add,or even better a machine that I can basically put rice in and 20 minutes late have lovely fluffy sticky rice,please let me know. Thank you :)



its not really about technique, you have to buy "glutinous" rice.

You can get similar effects with normal long grain rice (not basmati, and not "easy cook" par boiled rice) just normal stuff, use a little extra water.


As for the offer, its indeed great if I can find some.

Basic commodities like rice have rocketed in the supplying countries, due to many things be them fuel costs, bad harvest, extreme weather etc..

The price has very much trickled down to us lot.

Rice has always been around £20 a sack for us, but the last one we got was £38.

Thats a big increase, it doesnt really matter for us, but in the countries where it comes from, goverment workers are in food que's and skipping meals etc..
#16
thesku11s
its not really about technique, you have to buy "glutinous" rice.

You can get similar effects with normal long grain rice (not basmati, and not "easy cook" par boiled rice) just normal stuff, use a little extra water.


As for the offer, its indeed great if I can find some.

Basic commodities like rice have rocketed in the supplying countries, due to many things be them fuel costs, bad harvest, extreme weather etc..

The price has very much trickled down to us lot.

Rice has always been around £20 a sack for us, but the last one we got was £38.

Thats a big increase, it doesnt really matter for us, but in the countries where it comes from, goverment workers are in food que's and skipping meals etc..

your so right
#17
Oooooooo Rice....................ZZZZZZZZ.......................lol
#18
rehydrated
Hi
Does anyone know how to make "sticky rice"? If anyone has been to Thailand or the likes then you will know the rice I mean. I have never been able to replicate it. If someone knows what I might be doing wrong,what I need to add,or even better a machine that I can basically put rice in and 20 minutes late have lovely fluffy sticky rice,please let me know. Thank you :)


You need to get yourself a rice cooker mate - I wouldn't be without one personally - bung in your rice and water, give it a stir, and pop it on - perfect rice in about 20 mins, and it stays warm until you need it. Every home should have one! :thumbsup:
#19
the best rice iseither laila or tilda , brought 20kg from southall last week £31
but you get wot u pay for ( this stuff doesnt turn into rice pudding after you have cooked it )
#20
Do Tesco do 10KG of Thai fragrant or jasmine rice. Prefer this to Basmati.
Always seem to have to buy at Stevenage market as can never find in my local tesco.
#21
I was thinking if they can send Condoleezza Rice to country's with food crisis it might bring down the cost of RICE at least:)
#22
good deal. heat added.
#23
Bought it... You have to be careful when cooking it or it will end up as a soup... I use the "dry" method rather than the rice-cooker...
#24
Coming up as £13.98 now
#25
toast;2275091
Coming up as £13.98 now



Yep, same here :(
#26
siliconbits
Bought it... You have to be careful when cooking it or it will end up as a soup... I use the "dry" method rather than the rice-cooker...


You cook rice dry? No water? New one on me...... :?
#27
why ave you expired this deal mods its not fair as this deal is still at my tescos in bradford rang them up and they have more stock in today please unexpire and it is still 9.99 at tescos in bradford near foster square:x
#28
i just bought one now for 9.99 but no stock left now i just rang up and reserved mine picked up last one on shelf
#29
its £13.98 in tesco beckton!!!:x:x
#30
KiNG_AuM
its £13.98 in tesco beckton!!!:x:x


i did get mine for 9.99 today and now they seem to be out of stock oh well lucky for those who got them
#31
dancrawley;2276137
You cook rice dry? No water? New one on me...... :?


siliconbits;2274860
Bought it... You have to be careful when cooking it or it will end up as a soup... I use the "dry" method rather than the rice-cooker...

"Dry method" means filling up the pan and boiling it on high heat until the water has nearly evaporated and then you turn the heat right down and cook until the water has disappeared. :thumbsup:
#32
You then end up with a burnt pan and black burnt rice all over the bottom of your pan..Not very clever methinks..:roll:

Put water in and simmer gently, don't burn the hell out of it..Some people on here need to learn to cook..No wonder there are so many chefs on the TV nowadays...They are all trying to get people to cook properly, it obviously isn't working..
#33
^^ Blame the supermarkets and the microwave/pre processed junk mentality most people have :lol:

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