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Rice flour is one of the main staple ingredients in many cuisines.
Indeed, it is so versatile that it can make delicious snacks, breakfasts, appetizers, lunch, and even desserts.
Overall, the rice flour has a texture closer to wheat flour and yields a cake-like consistency.
Rice flour has a mild off-white color that helps in spotting it right away among the collection of flours.
Rice flour is also a gluten-free option you can use instead of wheat flour in many baked goods and recipes as well.
It has a greater number of vitamins and minerals than regular all-purpose and wheat flour.
We love how different cuisines around the world have given us sweet and savory dishes that are made from rice flour.
Today, we are going to explore a few traditional dishes from India, Vietnamese, and Filipino, and a few non-traditional dishes that are perfectly addicting and delicious as well to try.
So why wait?
Let us discover the recipes that will help you use that packet of rice flour sitting in your pantry for many months or years.
From Coconut Rice Cakes to Murukku to Crispy Vietnamese Crepes (Banh Xeo) there’s a variety of recipes to choose from.
#12 is a tasty dessert that you don’t want to miss.
If you do not have rice flour or cannot find it, then we have a recipe to make the Rice Flour at home as well.
Let us dig into these rice flour recipes now!
1. Rice Flour
You can easily make Rice Flour out of plain rice at home.
Honestly, it is very easy and requires just rice and a good blender or a food processor.
Grind the rice into a fine powder and store it in airtight containers.
It is a very simple and great choice of flour that will help you make the best gluten-free baked goods.
These 5-ingredients Rice Flour Pancakes are fluffy, sweet, and so delicious.
All you need is rice flour, soy milk, sugar, baking powder, and eggs to make them into gluten-free and sweet pancakes.
It literally takes 10 minutes in the kitchen; indeed, this recipe is perfect for busy mornings, and they are packed with yummy flavor!
Nothing can beat a soft and chewy cookie, but have you ever tried making one out of rice flour?
Well, you can use rice flour to make these perfect chewy Rice Flour Snickerdoodles Cookies.
They have the same taste as sugar cookies but have that little kick of cinnamon.
Thus, this recipe makes them a perfect Snickerdoodle cookie that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Coconut Rice Cakes is one of the sweet delicacies from the Philippines.
They are also called Bibingka, and they are a must-have for tea parties, as a snack, or even for breakfast.
These cakes have a crusty exterior and soft and fluffy middles.
The main ingredient that gives them irresistible delicious coconut flavor is coconut milk, and it also makes them moist as well.
We have tried them with jam filling and cream frosting as well.
Honestly, it is very hard to tell if they are gluten-free.
We love to have some dips and chips in the evening for snacks.
They are so satisfying to eat with that crispy crunch of chips and creamy dip.
If you are looking for a gluten-free and homemade alternative, then you have to try these 3-Ingredient Rice Chips.
They are light, easy to make, and just need rice flour, water, and olive oil.
They go perfectly with any dip, especially with guacamole, pesto dip, and salsa.
Blueberry Muffins are the classic choice for breakfast, especially with coffee.
If you love the Blueberry Muffins but are looking for a gluten-free option, then try these Blueberry Muffins made with rice flour.
You will be surprised to know how moist these muffins are with the delicious tangy and sweet flavor of blueberry.
Indeed, a delicious breakfast and afternoon tea partner for you.
Roti is a flatbread eaten along with the curry and lentil soups in Indian and Pakistani Cuisine.
Roti is often made with a variety of flours, including rice flour.
To make these Roti’s, all you need is equal parts water and rice flour.
The texture of this flatbread is very soft and fluffy, indeed a perfect carrier of flavors that is gluten-free.
Serve it with your favorite curry and enjoy a filling meal.
Murukku is yet another specialty of Indian cuisine.
It is a crispy snack made out of rice flour and black gram called “Urad Dal”.
First, you make a thick batter out of the handful of ingredients that includes rice flour, black gram, seasonings, oil, and water.
Then you press them out into this circular cracker-like shape and fry them until golden and crispy.
We find this recipe perfect for snacking, and it will become very popular among your children and family.
Pumpkin is a favorite flavor of autumn, and no doubt it is celebrated with love.
We absolutely love to make pumpkin’s favorite bread, but have you ever thought of making gluten-free bread?
Well, it is possible, and it is as delicious, fluffy, and pumpkin-y as normal Pumpkin Bread.
The secret is using rice flour instead of all-purpose flour.
This recipe also includes pureed pumpkin and pumpkin spices to add extra pumpkin flavor.
Indeed, a delicious bread recipe to be included in your personal favorite.
Banh Xeo or Crispy Vietnamese Crepes are savory crepes filled with vegetables and meat.
It is a portion of famous Vietnamese street food and has a different level of umami and savory flavor.
The recipe we have for you uses rice flour, turmeric, corn starch, water, and coconut milk.
Fill these crepes with vegetables and meat as you like.
This recipe also includes the lime fish dipping sauce that gives you an authentic Vietnamese experience at home.
Filipino cuisine uses rice flour to its full potential in various savory and sweet dishes.
Puto or Steamed Rice Cakes are little cakes that are so light, airy, and slightly sweet.
It is often served with cheese, eggs, and stews.
It is so light that it soaks in the flavors and becomes a perfect carrier of the flavor to your mouth.
The recipe we have is very easy and just needs 6 ingredients to make.
Another best thing about them is that they are steamed.
So, bring out your bamboo steamer basket and try them now.
12. Ice Cream Mochi
Mochi is a delicate sweet chewy dessert that originated in Japan.
Due to its chewy texture and sweet flavor, it has gained a lot of attention all over the world.
Today, we have brought a perfect recipe that will help you make mochi and fill it with your favorite ice cream.
You just need sweet rice flour or glutinous rice water to make mochi.
It might take a few minutes in the kitchen, but the result is delicious and perfect.
Ice cream mocha is the perfect dessert for you and your loved ones.
Tempura is so delicious.
Whether it is fish, shrimp, or vegetables, we love how airy, light, and crunchy tempura is.
Well, the secret to this light and airy tempura is the rice flour.
Yes, you just need rice flour, water, eggs, and a little seasoning to make the light tempura batter you will ever have.
This recipe we have explains it all and undercover all of the secrets that will make you stop buying the store-bought tempura mix.
The bottom line
Rice flour has so much potential and stands as a gluten-free alternative for many flours.
Many cuisines are already using the rice flour for making many appetizers, snacks, desserts, and side dishes as well.
Of course, it has the best flavor and texture plus it’s versatile as well!
So, feel free to use the rice flour recipes listed above.
Indeed, we have a wide variety of breakfast, snacks, and desserts on this list that will fill your day with joy and pure satisfaction.
- Rice Flour
- Fluffy Rice Flour Pancakes
- Rice Flour Snickerdoodles Cookie
- Coconut Rice Cakes
- 3-Ingredient Rice Chips
- Blueberry Muffins
- Rice Flour Roti
- Pumpkin Bread
- Crispy Vietnamese Crepes (Banh Xeo)
- Puto (Filipino Steamed Rice Cakes)
- Ice Cream Mochi
- Rice Flour Tempura
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