Organic Rice Rava from OrganicSiri®
This rava from single polished rice is a whole nutritious meal. Low in calories, high in fiber, gluten-free and can be used in a number of recipes. It is a unique item in the kitchen, which can be used for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a snack.
Chaval rava is mostly composed of carbohydrates and a small amount of protein, with almost no fat. It is a good source of manganese and magnesium as well. It is a great source of calcium, iron and protein. Along with these nutrients it also contains dietary fiber and sodium.
How to use Rice Rava
Rice is a basic source of energy in Indian households and is utilized nearly every day. Biyyam rava is used in a number of popular dishes. It can be used to make rice rava upma, kudumulu or undrallu. Tasty and healthy khichidi can be made using this rava along with a number of vegetables. It also used in making rice porridge / kanji or kheer
Transplanting is one of the most common methods of establishing rice plants. It uses less seed and is a more effective weed control strategy, but it involves more work. Transplanting seedlings can be done by machine or by hand. Chaval for rava from OrganicSiri is grown in our own farms organically without use of fertilizers or chemicals. At OrganicSiri, we grow all our crops in our own farms organically without use of fertilizers or chemicals.
The best way to store rava is by heating it before storing. Dry roast rava on a medium flame for a few minutes till all the moisture evaporates. Stir continuously while roasting; otherwise, it will get burnt. The rava will become not sticky and free flowing and easy to store. After cooling store in an airtight container and keep in a refrigerator or freezer. By keeping in a refrigerator it will stay fresh for longer.
We grow rice in multiple crops over the seasons, store it to season and mill it periodically for yearlong availability.
How to buy Organic Rice Rava
We deliver fresh organic vegetables, organic fruits and organic staples across Hyderabad. Here is how to order online: How to order organic food?