Fabric bag: 1 kg
Plastic bag: 1 kg, 5 kg
Woven bag: 20-25 kg
Big bag: 1000-1200 kg
1 pallet =720 units of 1 kg = 150 units of 5 Kg = 30 units of 25 kg
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Nutritional Value White Rice - Medium Grain (Guadiamar) From Spain
Fat total Acids fatty saturated Acids fatty unsaturated
0.9 g/100g 0.2 g 0.4 g
76 g/100 g
0.5 g/100 g
Total dietary fibre
1.4 g/100 g
6.4 g/100 g
0.03 g/100 g
0.08 g/100 g
Medium-sized crystalline grains. Resists clumping during cooking. A highly versatile variety suitable for paellas, sushi and baked rice dishes.
15 to 20 minutes
1 Glass of Rice per two of
Recipe: ARAGON-STYLE SUSHI (MAKI)
- Brazal Especial Guadiamar rice - Starflower - Los Meleses cheese (Radiquero) - El Grado trout fillets - El Grado trout eggs - Rice vinegar, salt and sugar - Dried Nori seaweed - Soy sauce
- Prepare the gohan (cooked rice) and sushi-zu (dressing) according to taste. We suggest 1 ¼ measures of water per measure of rice, 8 minutes’ cooking time and 15 minutes’ resting time. - Boil the whole starflower stems for 2 minutes, then pour them into iced water in order to interrupt the cooking process and preserve their texture - Cut the trout fillets into strips (removing any bones), followed by the cheese. - Assemble the makis with the rice, starflower stems, trout strips and cheese placed on top of the seaweed. - Place the trout eggs on top to decorate. - Soy sauce optional.
Rice-growing in Aragon dates back to the 1930s, when it was first planted in the region of Ribera del Ebro (Zaragoza). Later, in the 1990s, cultivation was extended to other areas in Zaragoza and Huesca provinces in order to desalinate the soil and prevent desertification.
1996 marked the founding of Arrocera del Pirineo, an agricultural cooperative that is currently made up of more than 100 rice-growers from Aragon. The introduction of on-site evaluation and the setting up of a mill in 2008 has since allowed us to bring our rice to your table.
Our rice paddies in the counties of Cinco Villas (Zaragoza), Monegros and Cinca Medio (Huesca) are the highest paddies in Spain, in terms of altitude. This, along with the use of meltwater, ensures our rice is of exceptionally high quality.