In Thailand, Jasmine flower is locally called “Mali”
which is also a symbol of a mother. It appears in common
Thai gardens for its fragrance.
We might be familiar with Thai Jasmine Rice or Thai
Hom Mali Rice. It has enjoyed an international reputation
for its natural scent, tender texture, and unique appearance.
According to the appropriated sunny climates and soil
conditions, Thailand has had the best quality of this
aromatic rice which has been well-known all over the
world. It was first discovered in Cha-Cherng-Sao Province
of Thailand in 1954. The grains are similar to Long-Grain
Rice but they are fragrant while cooking and have a
pure white color without artificial flavors and additional
colors. Therefore, the name “Thai Hom Mali Rice”
literally translates as its smelling like Jasmine flower.
In addition, Thai Jasmine Rice is very nutritional since
it contains a high fiber grain, vitamins, and minerals.
It can be versatile differently in various styles. To
illustrate, hot rice soup is a common breakfast meal.
Fried rice is a very popular lunch dish. Most of noodles
are made with rice flour such as Pad Thai. So do Thai
traditional desserts such as mango with sticky rice.
Rice paper is also used for making spring rolls.
Mali Thai Restaurant offers the authentic Thai food
for enjoying in restaurant, pick up order, and free
delivery with the minimum order of $20.00 within 5 km.