£5.00£1.00 per kg
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|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 75g|
|of which saturates||0.3g||0.2g|
|of which sugars||0.1g||<0.1g|
|This pack contains approximately 66 servings|
2 Stir and bring back to boil, keeping uncovered. Reduce to a rolling simmer for approx. 10 minutes or until rice is tender.
3 Drain water, cover and leave to stand for 3 minutes, then lightly fork through the grains and serve.
Cooking appliances vary and these instructions are given as a guide.
Please ensure that the rice is piping hot throughout before serving. Do not reheat.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (22)
I bought this thinking its the same Mai Thai Jasmine Rice that I buy every time. Its even worse than Basmati. The one I buy was in White packaging. Please bring the one one back, not this horrible one.
my favorite rice
wow, i finally got it after long research . this is my favorite rice. definitely recommend to all my friend.
Very POOR! New replacement product!
New replacement product that was really horrible. I always bought this band especially from Morrison but they've changed a new product. It is very bad, horrible taste, poor quality, cheap taste and it is definitely not Thai Jasmine Rice. Please bring the old version back, in a white bag or otherwise MUST AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!! I hope the Morrison's reading and listening to their customers. Looks how many people left the negative feedbacks for this product. Thanks.
VERY Poor Quality
it is not as good as the one before until they change the packaging. Very poor quality. Dry and not pluffy!
New packaging bad quality!!!!
What happened to this Thai jasmine rice??? It was really good before. I bought 3bags on 19th September 2019 it came with new packaging. I opened all 3 bags to my rice container but found that rice is not the same as before!!!!! What can I do??? I can’t return them as I opened all of them... crying...
too dry since change
Wife says the rice is now too dry and not very tasty. We normally like Rice from Thailand and Jasmine Rice But something went wrong here?