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Carnaroli Rice

Carnaroli Rice

Considered the King of Italian rice, Carnaroli kernels are the longest and thickest of the superfino rice.

This long oval grain contains the highest concentration of starch resulting in superior texture when making a velvety risotto. Because of its thickness, the rice keeps al dente even after cooking, making it the preferred choice for top chefs. Used mostly for making risotto where the rice is the star, such as Risotto with Barolo or Risotto with Truffles.

Recipes featuring Carnaroli:

Carnaroli Cacio e Pepe Recipe

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Last Updated: 21 April 2017

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Considered the King of Italian rice, Carnaroli kernels are the longest and thickest of the superfino rice.

This long oval grain contains the highest concentration of starch resulting in superior texture when making a velvety risotto. Because of its thickness, the rice keeps al dente even after cooking, making it the preferred choice for top chefs. Used mostly for making risotto where the rice is the star, such as Risotto with Barolo or Risotto with Truffles.

Recipes featuring Carnaroli:

Carnaroli Cacio e Pepe Recipe

Click to download printable shelf talker:

Principato di Lucedio Carnaroli Rice shelf talker

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
30207 500 gr/1.1 lb 20 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30207-2
30209 5 kg/11 lb 2 11.3 kg/25 lb bulk - no UPC
30208 1 kg/2.2 lb 10 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30208-9
30213 150 gr/5.3 oz 25 4 kg/9 lb 7-93232-30213-3 NEW

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Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
30207 500 gr/1.1 lb 20 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30207-2
30209 5 kg/11 lb 2 11.3 kg/25 lb bulk - no UPC
30208 1 kg/2.2 lb 10 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30208-9
30213 150 gr/5.3 oz 25 4 kg/9 lb 7-93232-30213-3 NEW

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