Our Extra Long Grain Carolina® White Rice is enriched to ensure that it holds onto more of those natural vitamins and minerals found in rice. As a family favorite variety, our quality extra long grain rice granules provide the perfect fluffy texture to all of your rice dishes.
Carolina® White Rice is Gluten Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, free of MSG and contains no added preservatives.
The ideal ratio for cooking White Rice is 2 cups of water for 1 cup of rice. This rice can also be cooked over the stove, in a microwave, Instant Pot or rice cooker.
Make sure to see our video below for more tips on how to make White Rice.
When cooked, the extra long grains remain loose and separate for a fluffy consistency perfect for any meal of the day!
Try a spiced breakfast rice bowl or Omelets Stuffed with Mexican Rice and sausage. For a tasty lunch, you might like a rice salad, rice bowl or make a filling for a wrap or burrito on the go. Try a tasty stir fry or fried rice dinner, rice pilaf, warm and comforting rice casserole bake, soup or even stuffed vegetables.
Don’t forget about rich and creamy rice desserts like a traditional arroz con leche, or rice pudding!
Tips: Rice is a wonderful ingredient when cooked into a wide variety of recipes, but it can also be a great way to feed the little ones in your family with homemade rice purees using fruits, vegetables and rice. Also, you can follow our guide to make your own homemade rice flour for baked goods!
We also offer Organic White Rice for those choosing to live a more organic lifestyle! And, you might want to try Parboiled Extra Long Grain White Rice, which is rice that has been partially boiled in the husk, making it a slightly more whole grain alternative to traditional White Rice.
White Rice is rice that has the bran and cereal layer removed, while Brown Rice has both of those still intact making it 100% whole grain and giving it a more subtle nutty flavor while White Rice has a more neutral flavor. This is also the reason for the difference in color of these two rice varieties. For more information, see our guide to different rice varieties.
16oz (454g),32 oz (907g),48 oz (1.4kg),80 oz (2.27kg),160oz (4.5kg),320 oz (9.07kg),800 oz (22.7kg)
1/4 cup (45g)