Gobindobhog - atap
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The variety that is probably synonymous with aromatic Bengal rice does not need anything more than a touch of ghee. With the newly harvested Gobindobhog we have done our interpretation of a payesh, with some brûlée on top, nolen gur crisps, fresh coconut and a drizzle of gondhoraj oil.
about the rice
Gobindobhog needs little introduction. The deeply flavourful rice has been a feature of Bengal’s festivals, rituals and celebrations, with aged Gobindobhog almost assuming a fabled status.
|the uncooked grains are slim, creamy white in colour and fine in texture|
store it in an air-tight jar to retain the aroma in cool, dry, dark place
what you can cook with
With Gobindobhog we suggest going the traditional way: try khichuri, pulao or payesh. Remember: less is more when it comes to pairing Gobindobhog.
|botanical name||Oryza sativa|