5kg bag of rice at Morrisons for £5.00
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5kg bag of rice at Morrisons for £5.00

£5£5.50 9% Morrisons Deals
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Pick your humour:

- AAAAAAAAAAH JASMINE

- Not sure if this will fit my saucepan as it's AA

- Does this mai Thai rice come with a kick?

Dragon my heels to come up with any more. Might make me kilo-ver anyway.

Good price for what it is, but beware, it's not just what most people think "rice" is - they might not want 5Kg of "claggy" Jasmine rice!

nihcaj12 m ago

Good price for what it is, but beware, it's not just what most people …Good price for what it is, but beware, it's not just what most people think "rice" is - they might not want 5Kg of "claggy" Jasmine rice!


We only eat 'claggy' Jasmine rice. Though I can get cheaper.....

nihcaj3 h, 54 m ago

they might not want 5Kg of "claggy" Jasmine rice!


Ah, so it's supposed to be like that! I was about to post how pants this rice is as it's impossible to cook it so that the grains are nice and firm. I wouldn't ever buy it again, the cheapest variety of Basmati is streets ahead of this in flavour and texture. In fact the 40p per kilo basics rice in the supermarkets is a bit better than this. i'm not marking it cold but it ain't for me and I find it hard to believe anyone would actually buy it because they want the rice that way.

Reebok.Ron29 m ago

Ah, so it's supposed to be like that! I was about to post how pants this …Ah, so it's supposed to be like that! I was about to post how pants this rice is as it's impossible to cook it so that the grains are nice and firm. I wouldn't ever buy it again, the cheapest variety of Basmati is streets ahead of this in flavour and texture. In fact the 40p per kilo basics rice in the supermarkets is a bit better than this. i'm not marking it cold but it ain't for me and I find it hard to believe anyone would actually buy it because they want the rice that way.


This is Thailand's Jasmine rice, Jasmine rice is premium rice at South East Asia region. Jasmine rice is famous with its softness and fragrance. Normal rice at South East Asia is more firm, but this Jasmine rice is premium rice which is softer. You probably have added too much water, try reduce the water added, it will be more firm. General thumb of rule is 1 part of rice, 2 part of water, for example, 40ml rice, 80ml water. Feel free to reduce the water if you want firmer rice.

Reebok.Ron1 h, 7 m ago

Ah, so it's supposed to be like that! I was about to post how pants this …Ah, so it's supposed to be like that! I was about to post how pants this rice is as it's impossible to cook it so that the grains are nice and firm. I wouldn't ever buy it again, the cheapest variety of Basmati is streets ahead of this in flavour and texture. In fact the 40p per kilo basics rice in the supermarkets is a bit better than this. i'm not marking it cold but it ain't for me and I find it hard to believe anyone would actually buy it because they want the rice that way.


It's not "sticky" like Japanese rice, but closer to that and far less separate than long grain or Basmati rice - fine with Thai food, but not for those wanting a nice separate fluffy texture, nor for cooling and later frying!

kebabthief3 h, 20 m ago

this recipe is fantastic, and does exactly …this recipe is fantastic, and does exactly that.http://www.recipetineats.com/thai-chicken-fried-rice/


More clag! :-(
Don't get me wrong, I don't mind Jasmine rice, at a push - but it isn't a patch on decent Basmati!
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