Kohinoor Silver Range Basmati Rice 10Kg £8.00 @ Asda
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Kohinoor Silver Range Basmati Rice 10Kg £8.00 @ Asda

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Found 10th Nov 2012
Kohinoor Silver Range Basmati Rice 10Kg £8.00 @ Asda
Good Price For A 10Kg Rice, Online and Instore

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great price and online too is a rarity for most hukd supermarket deals

Damn, just paid £9 for AKASH in Mozzers' thinking it was a good deal.

not available on line

What's the difference between this and the "gold" range ?

Good price, got 1 today.

Morrisons also too has 10KG Basmati rice @ £8

Brand
Salaam Basmati Rice, from the Punjab region(which of course is where basmati rice is grown)

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not available on line

yes it is

what is the use by date on these?

furbix

what is the use by date on these?



A couple of years - long as the contents are kept dry and free from bugs n rodents.

furi0n

Morrisons also too has 10KG Basmati rice @ £8BrandSalaam Basmati Rice, … Morrisons also too has 10KG Basmati rice @ £8BrandSalaam Basmati Rice, from the Punjab region(which of course is where basmati rice is grown)



Kohinoor Brand Rice tastes better than Salaam.. IMHO.

Tesco was offering 2 5kg kohinoor gold pack for 10 pounds

Monkeybumcheeks

What's the difference between this and the "gold" range ?



As far as I can tell the Gold range has slightly longer rice.

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SILVER
The Silver range of Kohinoor, the super Basmati rice, is another rare gift available on earth. This Pusa Basmati (Raw) variety of Kohinoor is the new generation of Basmati.

With 7.55 mm long grains, this basmati is selectively picked and aged for around 1-2 years, a reason why even a small quantity of this basmati looks more when cooked and has little bit of sweetness in its taste with an aroma that will certainly cast spell on you.


GOLD
The gold range of Kohinoor, the extra long basmati rice, is grown and nurtured with river water of Himalayas. Truly divine, this Pusa 1121 Basmati (Raw) variety of Kohinoor is 8.2mm long.

This exceptionally long basmati rice is carefully picked and aged for 1-2 years in a unique way, a reason why Kohinoor’s extra long basmati rice is not only considered the longest basmati available on earth, but also has a sweet flavor and aroma that is truly extraordinary..


PLATINUM
Platinum range of Kohinoor, the authentic basmati rice, comes from the eternal snow –fed of Himalayas. A rare gift of nature, this traditional Indian Basmati (Raw) is truly divine.

It’s carefully picked and aged for around 1-2 years in a very special way. With grain length of 7.25 mm, this Kohinoor’s Authentic Basmati Rice has sweet flavor and heavenly aroma that is beyond compare.

Mum tried it and said it cooks as good if not better than Badshah which we normally use.

Thanks to OP we're stocked up for winter

Edited by: "Savaholic" 12th Nov 2012

I liked it too. Wow Kohinoor is yummy....How many of you are die hard Kohinoor Basmati fans? Won't buy anything other than Kohinoor Basmati rice? Apparently, Kohinoor Platinum is matured to perfection. It seems to be much better than Tilda.

It's still £8 but not for long

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asda also do this which is very nice

Kohinoor Cook-in Sauce - Punjab Jalfrezi (375g)
£1.18

How does one obtain Kohinoor ready meals.
They are impossible to buy where I live in South Wales, and I have sent them 2 emails to ask if I can order on line.
They have not bothered to reply , and I have given up on trying to place an order online as you cannot access your basket to place your order .
Do they deserve to have customers?.
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