There's a mind-blowing 40,000 + rice varieties on our planet. Although there is much less in the supermarket shelf, confusing them is still simple. A popular issue that arises is: basmati vs. jasmine rice–what's the distinction? The raw variants look pretty comparable at a glance, but once cooked they have some important differences. Let's dive in and compare the two and look at the best meals in the kitchen.
Basmati and jasmine rice are both lengthy, white, grain-like varieties. Even though there are subtle variations, they also share comparable aromatic characteristics. You could replace one rice with the other without a melt-down recipe.
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