Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Four Elephants Thai Jasmine Rice Review

Previously I did a review for the company Four Elephants. And I have the opportunity again to review for them. This time with their premium Thai Jasmine Rice.

Four Elephants introduced high-quality Asian food to families who are hungry for authentic flavours. Not only are elephants symbolic of the regions of Asia where they import some of their products and get some culinary ideas from them, but each of the Four elephants in their company name reflects one of their values: honesty, perfection, taste and family.

Their Jasmine rice is known as Thai Hom Mali, and is certified non gmo, and gluten free. The rice comes in their box vacuumed packed so it keeps it fresh. This rice is exclusively from a renowned region in Thailand.

So for dinner I made some General Tso's with Jasmine rice. The rice came out very tender and fragrant. You get the high quality taste, and feel of a great authentic Asian dish. When cooking in my rice cooker, you get a aroma of beautiful jasmine. I didn't even need to rinse the rice because it was very clean.

What's a jasmine rice? Jasmine rice is mostly cultivated in Thailand (Thai hom mali or Thai fragrant rice), Cambodia (Angkor kra'oup or Cambodian jasmine rice), Laos and southern Vietnam. It's really moist and soft when cooked, with a mildly sweet flavor. Often known as Thai fragrant rice long-grained jasmine rice increases the enjoyment of a steaming bowl of fluffy rice because of its sweet, nutty flavor and signature floral fragrance.   Jasmine rice can complement a nutritious diet rich in herbs, fruit and lean protein.

If your looking for great Asian products, visit Four Elephants online or Amazon.

Disclaimer: Momzdailyscoops has personally reviewed the product listed above. Momzdailyscoops has not received any monetary compensation for her review. Momzdailyscoops did receive a free product to try out so Momzdailyscoops could evaluate and use it for her review. Momzdailyscoops thoughts & opinions in this review are unbiased & honest and your opinions may differ.

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