Dolphin Agro Industries

Working hour
  • Monday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Tuesday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Thursday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Friday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Dolphin Agro Industries Pvt. Ltd.

1.CHIURA

 

Flattened rice is a type of rice dish made from raw, toasted, or parboiled rice grains pounded into flat flakes. They are eaten as is, toasted, fried, or used as ingredients or toppings for other dishes. Depending on their use, they can be crispy, crunchy, chewy, or soft in texture with a light nutty flavor. They are traditional to many rice-cultivating cultures in Southeast Asia and South Asia.It is also known variously as rice flakes, beaten rice, pounded rice, or pressed rice.

Flattened rice is a breakfast staple in South Asia where it is known as pohapauwachiura, or aval among many other names. It is particularly popular in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. Poha is made by de-husking rice grains and then parboiling or soaking them in hot water for 45 minutes. They are then dried, roasted, and then flattened with rollers. They usually come in thin, medium, and thick varieties. Thinner varieties are ideal for cooking and use in desserts, while thicker varieties are ideal for deep-frying.

Poha can be eaten as snacks or cooked into various sweet, savory, or spicy dishes.

2.BHUJA

Puffed rice and popped rice (or pop rice), are types of puffed grain made from rice commonly eaten in the traditional cuisines of Southeast Asia, East Asia, and South Asia. It has also been produced commercially in the West since 1904 and is popular in breakfast cereals and other snack foods.

Traditional methods to puff or pop rice include frying in oil or salt. Western commercial puffed rice is usually made by heating rice kernels under high pressure in the presence of steam, though the method of manufacture varies widely. They are either eaten as loose grains or made into puffed rice cakes.

While the terms “puffed rice” and “popped rice” are used interchangeably, they are properly different processes. Puffed rice refers to pre-gelatinized rice grains (either by being parboiled, boiled, or soaked) that are puffed by the rapid expansion of steam upon cooking. Puffed rice retain the shape of the rice grain, but are much larger. Popped rice, on the other hand, refers to rice grains where the hull or the bran is intact. When cooked, the kernel explodes through the hard outer covering due to heating. Popped rice have an irregular shape similar to popcorn. There are various methods, both modern and traditional, for making puffed and popped rice.