B asmati: rice is known and valued for its long grain and delicious aroma not only in Pakistan but all over the world. The longest grain has got its place in the Limca Book of World Record. The taste and its nutritious quality make it the king of rice. Basmati Rice is a treat when it is cooked in domestic households in Asia. Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan are a few among those. It is mainly cultivated in India and Pakistan, then is exported worldwide.Among many other types of Basmati Rice, Sella Basmati Rice (Parboiled) is the best. When it comes to both health and taste together, there is nothing that can beat it. 1121 Sella Basmati rice is also known as 1121 Golden Sella due to its Yellowish golden color, which is extra-long, double-polished grain. It is steamed first when in a husk and is dried before milling that gives it extra moisture and strength. It has yellow color due to the parboiling process it goes through before being milled. The steaming process also ensures to preserve all the minerals and vitamins it has, which is why it is extremely healthy, easily digestible, aromatic, and amazingly delicious with a smooth texture. It is recommended for diabetic patients due to their nutritional values. It is rich in vitamin B1 and thiamine that is present in every single grain of rice. The moisture it absorbs is about 13%. The average length of grain is 7.5 MM to 8.0 MM uncooked. Golden Sella is soaked in water for 2 hours before cooking. Grain length increases three times after it is cooked. The slender and fluffy look makes it desirable. Grain's strength and non-sticking property make it ideal for any of the savory rice dishes such as Biryani, Pulao, Fried rice, and many others.