Pink Madagascar Rice Recipe

Many people are afraid to eat carbs, however, its not necessarily carbs that are doing damage to our bodies, but the types of carbs that we choose eat.

If you can remove process carbs from your diet (such as white rice) and replace them with carbs that are packed with nutrients and minerals, such as Pink Madagascar Rice, it makes for a much healthier and complete diet.

You can pick this special rice up at Whole Foods in the bulk section, or on the website Lotus Foods.

Here is some interesting information on this unique treat from the Lotus Food company themselves.

“Grown from a single seed, Madagascar Pink Rice amazed people with its abundant growth and satisfying, subtly sweet flavor. Elusively aromatic of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, this soft supple rice is also nutritionally dense, milled to retain most of the wholesome bran layer. In the Lake Alaotra region, where this rice is produced, locals claim that eating this rice has improved their health.

Madagascar Pink Rice will transform any rice dish into a special meal. Use it steamed plain, in a pilaf, stir-fry, salad or pudding.

Madagascar Pink Rice is grown by households of theKoloharena Cooperative of Amparafaravola using a more sustainable set of practices called the System of Rice Intensification (SRI). SRI enables small family farmers to harvest more rice using less water, seed, land and no chemicals. Lake Alaotra’s marshy shores are home to the critically endangered Alaotran Gentle Lemur. It is hoped that SRI will help reduce degradation of the lemur’s dwindling habitat by making existing land more productive without the need for polluting chemicals. Visit our MCPD section to learn more about this amazing system that is changing the rice-growing world.

  • 100% Certified Organic
  • High in manganese and molybdenum
  • A good daily source of magnesium, phosphorous and complex carbohydrates
  • Non-GMO
  • Vegan”

I actually picked up this recipe at a cooking demo at my local whole foods. The rice is cooked in coconut water, which gives it such a unique taste.



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