Parboiled rice is partially treated at harvest. Unlike other types of rice where the husk is removed or the bran is removed, parboiled rice is treated in the husk. The rice is processed in three steps. Before the inedible husk is removed, the rice is first soaked, steamed and then dried.

The process of steaming allows the grain to absorb nutrients and transform the starch so that the grains become solid when cooked. The dish prepared with parboiled rice takes 20 minutes to cook. It is less sticky and the grains are separated during cooking.

Any cereal contains a large amount of nutrients and is a rich source of carbohydrates, vitamin B and minerals. Even a small amount of rice can increase the feeling of satiety, so you tend to eat less. With parboiled rice you can plan a perfect health diet.