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Laila Basmati Rice 10kg  at ASDA - Was £18.50 now £10. Online and In store
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Laila Basmati Rice 10kg at ASDA - Was £18.50 now £10. Online and In store

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Posted 28th Oct 2018

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systemlord200028/10/2018 15:49

How can a billion Chinese people be wrong?


Typically Chinese people use jasmine rice or long grain rice.
Basmati rice is usually used in South Asian cooking ie Pakistani / indian
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Same at Tesco I think
Would have voted hot if brown rice or wild rice. Open Fragrant rice is attraction for rats and mice .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 28th Oct 2018
How can a billion Chinese people be wrong?
My favourite rice ever. However it's usually this price when on offer.
systemlord200059 m ago

How can a billion Chinese people be wrong?


That is why they send their children to study in UK. London is full of Chinese children coming here to learn English or some basic course. All the UK brands are highly sought after in China .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 28th Oct 2018
systemlord200028/10/2018 15:49

How can a billion Chinese people be wrong?


Typically Chinese people use jasmine rice or long grain rice.
Basmati rice is usually used in South Asian cooking ie Pakistani / indian
In Tesco there is also 'HIMALAYAN' Basmati rice same price for 10KG. better rice.
sam_of_london6 h, 15 m ago

Would have voted hot if brown rice or wild rice. Open Fragrant rice is …Would have voted hot if brown rice or wild rice. Open Fragrant rice is attraction for rats and mice .


Oh dear, I never knew that.
RainbowKiss28/10/2018 15:50

My favourite rice ever. However it's usually this price when on offer.


Out of interest, have you used Tilda or Kohinoor, v this..

And does this still win, iyo ...
bargainbatti28/10/2018 22:40

Out of interest, have you used Tilda or Kohinoor, v this..And does this …Out of interest, have you used Tilda or Kohinoor, v this..And does this still win, iyo ...


I've tried both Tilda and Kohinoor. For me laila wins hands down, firstly I find that it cooks really well... the rice is nice and fluffy. Secondly the taste is just perfect. Really nutty tasting if that makes sense and Thirdly the aroma is just magnificent!
Edited by: "RainbowKiss" 28th Oct 2018
RainbowKiss28/10/2018 23:41

I've tried both Tilda and Kohinoor. For me laila wins hands down, …I've tried both Tilda and Kohinoor. For me laila wins hands down, firstly I find that it cooks really well... the rice is nice and fluffy. Secondly the taste is just perfect. Really nutty tasting if that makes sense and Thirdly the aroma is just magnificent!


Awwww thanks for a beautiful description ; based on what you say, I'm gna give this a whirl 💐
bargainbatti28/10/2018 23:56

Awwww thanks for a beautiful description ; based on what you say, I'm gna …Awwww thanks for a beautiful description ; based on what you say, I'm gna give this a whirl 💐


You won't regret it!! Xx
RainbowKiss8 m ago

You won't regret it!! Xx


I'm sure I won't 😚
Eric Clapton loves this rice
Don't let it hang around too long or it will have time for the weevils to emerge !!
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