Ponni Hand Pounded Rice / Brown Rice / Brown Chawal

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Ponni Hand Pounded Rice / Brown Rice / Brown Chawal

Ponni Hand Pounded Rice is a type of rice that is traditionally pounded by hand to remove the husk and polish the rice grains. It is a popular variety of rice in South India, especially in Tamil Nadu.

The rice is known for its aroma, texture, and taste, and is used to prepare a variety of dishes like biryani, pulao, idlis, dosas, and more.

The rice is typically cultivated using organic farming methods, and the traditional method of pounding the rice by hand helps retain its nutritional value and taste.

It is also said to be healthier than regular polished rice as it contains more fiber and nutrients.

Kaikuthal Arisi in Tamil Nadu and is a staple food in many households. It is usually served with dal, sambar, or curries, and is considered to be a healthier alternative to regular polished rice

  1. Rich in Nutrients:  Is rich in nutrients such as iron, fiber, and vitamins B and E. These nutrients are essential for maintaining good health and preventing diseases.
  2. Lowers Risk of Diabetes: The low glycemic index of Ponni Hand Pounded Rice helps regulate blood sugar levels, reducing the risk of developing diabetes.
  3. Aids Digestion: Ponni Hand Pounded Rice aids digestion and prevents constipation.
  4. Promotes Weight Loss: Ponni Hand Pounded Rice is low in calories and fat, making it an ideal food for those looking to lose weight.
  5. Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease: The high fiber content in Ponni Hand Pounded Rice helps reduce cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of heart disease.
  6. Gluten-Free: Is naturally gluten-free, making it a safe option for those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease.

How To Cook

Overall, Ponni Hand Pounded Rice is a healthy alternative to regular polished rice, offering several health benefits that can promote overall well-being.

 Type of rice that is minimally processed and retains the outer bran layer, providing it with a unique texture and nutritional value. Here’s how you can use Ponni Hand Pounded Rice:

  1. Rinse the rice: Before cooking, rinse the Ponni Hand Pounded Rice under cold water to remove any impurities or excess starch. Gently rub the rice grains between your hands while rinsing.
  2. Soak the rice (optional): Soaking the rice for 30 minutes to an hour can help soften the grains and reduce the cooking time. However, this step is optional, and you can skip it if you prefer.
  3. Cooking methods:
    • Stovetop: In a pot, add the rinsed and soaked rice with the desired amount of water (generally 1:2 ratio of rice to water). Bring it to a boil, then reduce the heat to low, cover the pot, and let it simmer for about 15-20 minutes or until the rice is tender. Fluff the rice with a fork before serving.
    • Rice cooker: Follow the instructions on your rice cooker to cook the Ponni Hand Pounded Rice. Generally, you can use the same 1:2 ratio of rice to water as mentioned above.
    • Pressure cooker: If you’re using a pressure cooker, add the rinsed and soaked rice along with the appropriate amount of water (check your pressure cooker manual for specific instructions). Cook for about 3-4 whistles or according to your cooker’s instructions.
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