In Vietnam, broken rice was traditionally a by-product of harvesting and milling regular rice. Not wanting to waste food, farmers would consume broken rice for themselves. These days, broken rice is a popular staple in Vietnam, particularly as Cơm tấm (broken rice served with grilled pork and fried egg). Due to its broken nature, this rice easily absorbs flavour of other ingredients and cooks quicker than regular rice.
Product of Thailand | Ingredients: Broken rice | May contain traces of other grains | Store in cool dry place