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1 Bag 15Kg Rice

    Lon Sen Premium Peacock Rice

    • Lon Sen Premium Peacock Rice is a Premium Thai Hom Mali Grade rice specially sourced from Ubon Ratchathani province in the North-Eastern part of Thailand, a region well known for cultivating the best quality Jasmine rice. It then undergoes meticulous drying and polishing processes to produce Thai jasmine rice that is aromatic, soft and light.
    • Best suitable for cooking porridge, and rice as a side dish accompanying other yummy dishes for your meal.
    • Lon Sen Premium Peacock Rice is categorised as New Crop; meaning that the rice is packed straight after harvest. The water content in these New Crop rice is higher than Old Crop rice. Therefore you should add lesser amount of water when cooking.
    • Recommended rice to water ratio:
    1. [ 1 : 1.3 ] = Cooking rice as a side dish.
    2. [ 1 : 1 ] = If you prefer firmer grains & best for fried rice dishes.
    1 Bag 15Kg Rice

      Lon Sen Superior Peacock Rice

      • Lon Sen Superior Peacock Rice is a Superior Thai Hom Mali Grade rice specially sourced from Ubon Ratchathani province in the North-Eastern part of Thailand, a region well known for cultivating the best quality Jasmine rice. It then undergoes meticulous drying and polishing processes to produce Thai jasmine rice that is aromatic, soft and light.
      • Best suitable for fried rice, and rice as a side dish accompanying other yummy dishes for your meal.
      • Lon Sen Superior Peacock Rice is categorised as Old Crop; meaning that the rice has been carefully preserved and maintained as it ages. The water content in these Old Crop rice is lesser than New Crop rice because the ageing process dries the rice grains. Therefore you should add more amount of water when cooking.
      • Recommended rice to water ratio:
      1. [ 1 : 1.4 ] = Cooking rice as a side dish.
      2. [ 1 : 1.2 ] = If you prefer firmer grains & best for fried rice dishes.

       

      The How To's

      How To Cook Rice?
      • Step 1: Rinse your rice
      Depending on your family’s preference for rice texture and type of dish you are planning to cook, you can rinse your rice up to three or a few more times. The more you rinse, the more starch on the surface of the rice grains will wash away. When the starch level is low, the rice you cook will be less sticky and fluffier. While when the starch level is high, the rice you cook will be stickier. ( We recommend to at least rinse a minimum of once. )
      • Step 2: Add water
      The water ratio is also dependant on your family’s preference for rice texture and type of dish you are planning to cook. Depending on which rice you purchase, check out our recommended rice to water ratio above.
      • Step 3: Start Cooking
      Close the rice cooker and turn it on. Allow it to cook according to the manufacturer's instructions. If you are cooking with a pot, close the lid and let the rice boil for about 20 minutes under low heat. ( Do not remove the lid until the rice is cooked. )
      • Step 4: Important
      Once your rice is cooked, remove the lid to let the steam out. Doing so prevents the rice from turning mushy. Also, start gently scraping all the rice from the bottom and sides to the top as few times as possible ( recommended four times ), overdoing it will crush the rice grains. This helps the rice texture to be consistent. :D
        How To Open Rice Bag?
        • First, notice that the top portion of the bag has different sewing lines at different sides.
        GIF Open Rice Bag
        1. Face the single thread side to you and CUT the small loop at the right-hand side of the bag. (Refer to the GIF above for a demonstration)
        2. REMOVE the excess thread.
        3. PULL out the remaining thread all the way. :D
        How To Store Rice?
        • Keeping food fresh is also about having a smart storage and organisation system in your kitchen. Here are 3 methods to help you ensure that you are maximising the shelf life of your rice.
        How To Store Rice
        • Choose the right place

        - The best storage location for rice is out of direct sunlight, preferably in a dark and dry area with low humidity. Humidity and bacteria get along very well. Prevent moisture damage to both the stored rice and to the storage container. Airtight containers are the best!

        • Keep it cool
        - If possible, store rice in your fridge or freezer. The low temperature can prevent annoying insects like rice weevils from spawning and kill bacteria. However, if your fridge lack space, fret not. Storing your rice in an airtight container, in a dark and dry area is adequate.
        • Use garlic cloves or dried chillies
        - Bury some unpeeled garlic cloves or dried chillies in the rice as an added measure. The pungent smell of garlic and chillies will help to keep pests at bay. Be sure to change them once every few days.
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        The Lon Sen Brand

        • Supplying rice for almost a decade, loyal customers trust our expertise and mission on delivering quality products at a competitive price. Lon Sen Premium Peacock Rice was specially introduced to be a part of Singaporean’s everyday home cook meals.
        If you have any query, request or feedback, contact us. We will reply you as soon as we can! :D