Rice balls are easy to make and healthy, but what is making this rice ball recipe viral is its astounding looks!
Fried rice, dhokla and tikkis, there are many known ways to use leftover rice, but have you ever used them to make cheese burst rice balls? There, we saw you slurping!
These small, round rice balls are so flavourful that they can be eaten as is, without any accompaniment.This rice ball snack is the perfect pick for light-eaters
Pinaca is one such Goan dish that will impress you to the core. Hence, we thought of sharing the recipe with you.
These crisp, chewy rice balls, filled with a nut and sesame paste, round off a Chinese meal nicelyA day spent with my Sichuanese stepmother Lily is always a joy - she's a terrific cook and ...
Snack In Lockdown: We have a habit of using up the left-over in the most creative way possible. This rice ball snack recipe by Mumbai-based blogger Alpa Mis an ingenious way to use your left-over ...
Made with urad dal and rava and steamed until perfection, this recipe is a combination of both health and taste.
Uppu urundai is a mildly-spiced steamed rice ball, tempered with mustard seeds, jeera seeds, chana and urad dal and curry leaves.
People all across the world have been trying out this technique to figure out if their everyday rice variety has traces of artificial content in it.
Are these fried rice balls the best use for leftover risotto, do you make them from scratch in the traditional Sicilian style, and what do you stuff them with?Arancini, named after the little oranges that ...