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And yes Rubydoo, I also remember yellow rice. Many places boiled their rice in water that contained turmeric to give it an overall yellow colour. raj suggested that I should do this, but I said no. lol.
BTW, the amount of rice that we cook, and the tiny proportion of the Shan product (one packet to about 40 trays of rice) we use leaves the rice white, apart from the coloured bits.
Add some Shan Pillau Biryani mix. (If you are cooking enough for 4 servings, you will only need about a quarter of a packet)
George, you /know/ that you are being intentionally provocative, and you know that there is nothing you can do about it : it is just in your nature. But do you have any /evidence/ that Aussie Mick's rice is brown rather than pure white with flecks of intense colour ? From my experience with Shan Pulao mix I would expect it to be a rather murky brown, but unless/until Mick posts some pictures neither of us can be sure. So why not give Mick the benefit of the doubt and just ask him nicely "Could you post some pictures of your rice, please, Mick ? I'd like to see how it compares with my mental model of perfect BIR rice.". If you do that, no-one will take offence, and we will all benefit.** Phil.