The Sharbati sella rice is basically long grain rice that is considered as one of the cheapest basmati rice varieties in India. Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh are the top Indian states where Sharbati rice is grown. When cooked, it becomes fluffy and non-sticky. Apart from sella, there are other varieties of Sharbati as well, such as raw, steam and golden Sella. Basmati rice has a fine texture, a nuttiness, and a popcorn-like aroma that make it one of the most popular long-grain rice varieties.
Basmati rice that has been parboiled inside its husk and then milled is known as Basmati Sella rice. Sugandha Sella Rice is one of the best varieties of Basmati Sells rice we offer, known for its aroma and purity. It is best to prepare biryani, vegetable pulav and other rice dishes, as the grains do not stick together and remain firm and fluffy. The long-grain, creamy white rice is packed in jute bags with minimum to no broken, discolor or immature grains.