Rice Varieties

Jeeragasalae

Background

Jeeragasala rice is an aromatic rice grown by the tribal communities of Wayanad in Kerala. It is cultivated in winter season, so that its flowering season coincides with coldest months. It resembles cumin (Jeeragam) and hence the name

Nutritional Properties

It is high in protein (9.82 g/100g) and rich in antioxidants

Therapeutic Properties

This rice is easily digestible and good for diabetes.

Suggested Dishes

It is suitable for table rice, puttu and for making briyani and pulav.

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Seasons

It is normally cultivated during Samba (July 15th to January 14th).

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Color and Quality of Rice

The rice is white in colour with fine rice quality.

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Crop duration

150 days

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Adopt this Rice

INR 15,000

Background

Jeeragasala rice is an aromatic rice grown by the tribal communities of Wayanad in Kerala. It is cultivated in winter season, so that its flowering season coincides with coldest months. It resembles cumin (Jeeragam) and hence the name

Nutritional Properties

It is high in protein (9.82 g/100g) and rich in antioxidants

Therapeutic Properties

This rice is easily digestible and good for diabetes.

Suggested Dishes

It is suitable for table rice, puttu and for making briyani and pulav.

Background

Jeeragasala rice is an aromatic rice grown by the tribal communities of Wayanad in Kerala. It is cultivated in winter season, so that its flowering season coincides with coldest months. It resembles cumin (Jeeragam) and hence the name

Nutritional Properties

It is high in protein (9.82 g/100g) and rich in antioxidants

Therapeutic Properties

This rice is easily digestible and good for diabetes.

Suggested Dishes

It is suitable for table rice, puttu and for making briyani and pulav.

Donor

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