It can be easily replaced with regular white rice in dishes like dosa or idli and rice flour can be used to make Rotis, Kadabus and much more. Pulao, Bisi bele bath, Fried rice, also tastes good when made using Rajamudi rice.
Rajamudi, one of the rarest varieties of red rice available in the market, has a tradition that traces back to the era of the Wodeyars of Mysore. It is said that people who could not pay tax to the King of Mysore were asked to pay nutritious Rajamudi rice in lieu of that. Rajamudi rice is unpolished and comes in a mix of red and brown colour. At one point, this rice was much popular and later it was pushed into oblivion as white rice became popular. With the awareness of organic and healthy rice increased, the traditional Rajamudi rice also gained prominence.