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Laila Broken Basmati Rice 5kg £2.50 @ Morrisons was £3.20. 50p/kg

£2.50 @ Morrisons
Laila a name known for quality and excellence brings you the finest basmati rice found in Punjab today. Grown for the past 7,000 years on the upland terraces of the mountains, Laila Basmati Rice with …
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Laila a name known for quality and excellence brings you the finest basmati rice found in Punjab today. Grown for the past 7,000 years on the upland terraces of the mountains, Laila Basmati Rice with a delightful delicate aroma and delicious flavour becomes and ideal addition to any savoury dish.
"To love one is to give your life, your body and your soul for the one that you would give it all for".
The love story of Laila and her beloved Majnu dates back to the 7th century. A story of two lovers that could never see their passion come to life. It is this monumental love and passion that is represented by the unageing love for rice for the perfect of cooking results.
So, if you Love rice, you will love laila.
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1 Like #1
but its "broken" :p
#2
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
Less chewing required.....(_;)
1 Like #3
let's hope it's not plastic oO
#4
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p


It is the leftover after cleaning the main product. Hope it does not contain rat droppings of Indian or Pakistani rats ​
1 Like #5
sam_of_london
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
It is the leftover after cleaning the main product. Hope it does not contain rat droppings of Indian or Pakistani rats ​
Pretty easy to spot in rice...you don't want to know what is allowed in chocolate, tomato ketchup or popcorn!
1 Like #6
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
Broken basmati is best for khichdi...
#7
frogman
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
Broken basmati is best for khichdi...
That's a new one on me. Looks v simple to do must try it.
1 Like #8
HantsShopper
frogman
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
Broken basmati is best for khichdi...
That's a new one on me. Looks v simple to do must try it.
The Indian version of kedgeree...really simple and great for winters!
#9
frogman
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
Broken basmati is best for khichdi...


​They put too much ghee in this thing, all saturated fat, will definitely cause heart attack and coronary artery cardiovascular disease, if not already. Better buy brown rice and wild rice instead of white polished rice and use olive oil instead of ghee and milk cream in Indian Pakistani foods .
#10
frogman
sam_of_london
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
It is the leftover after cleaning the main product. Hope it does not contain rat droppings of Indian or Pakistani rats ​
Pretty easy to spot in rice...you don't want to know what is allowed in chocolate, tomato ketchup or popcorn!


​I guess cocoa tomatoes and corn.
#11
sam_of_london
frogman
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
Broken basmati is best for khichdi...
​They put too much ghee in this thing, all saturated fat, will definitely cause heart attack and coronary artery cardiovascular disease, if not already. Better buy brown rice and wild rice instead of white polished rice and use olive oil instead of ghee and milk cream in Indian Pakistani foods .
Confused by this remark as the recipes I've found online are all v healthy.
#12
paneds
frogman
sam_of_london
psmith1958
but its "broken" :p
It is the leftover after cleaning the main product. Hope it does not contain rat droppings of Indian or Pakistani rats ​
Pretty easy to spot in rice...you don't want to know what is allowed in chocolate, tomato ketchup or popcorn!


​I guess cocoa tomatoes and corn.


​im struggling here

i cant find the cocoa tomato's

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