Sarvottam Aahar Sona Masuri Rice 1kg
Sona Masuri is considered the pride of Andhra Pradesh. Reed thin and richly nutty, Sona Masuri symbolizes Andhra people.
Cooking Sona Masuri is easy. Stove-top, pressure-cooker or rice cooker, they all work. For one cup rice, three cups of water is the measurement. Cook until tender and serve hot/warm or cold. Sona Masuri rice is best suited to prepare pulihora/chitrannam/pulao type preparations and also as an accompaniment to dal (pappu), sambar, rasam and yogurt. The classic combo is Sona Masuri rice, dal and ghee, mixed together and served with a Sago papad or Appalam.
In Andhra Pradesh, it is mainly cultivated in the Guntur, Kurnool, Mahaboobnagar, Nizamabad, Nellore, Warangal and West Godavari districts. In Karnataka, it is mainly cultivated in the Raichur, Koppal and Bellary districts.