Sweet rice batter cooked in a creative and unusual way.
The best thing about rice flour is that it is easily available and is inexpensive.
Rice flour can be used in a number of ways to create delicious dishes at home - from pancake-like treats to Pesarattu, Aripathiri and other delicacies.
By studying and modifying proteins in the rice flour family, the researchers were able to produce dough and bread of superior quality than that obtained from 'normal' rice flour.
Rice flour is one of the most commonly used ingredients in Indian households. Apart from playing a vital role in dishing out some mouth-watering delicacies, it is also loaded with anti-ageing properties and various oil ...
Chapatis are integral to Indian meals. They contain good amounts of fibre and other micro-nutrients and you can make gluten-free versions of chapatis with a number of flours including gram flour, rice flour, amaranth flour, ...
Dosa is the favoured breakfast food for South Indians around the world. This Keto-friendly dosa recipe replaces the rice flour for the batter with almond flour and includes fat-rich mozzarella and coconut milk in it.
For every craving that attacks between meals, we've come up with healthy snack that you can be prepared in a jiffy.
Most of the Indian snacks are not just healthier (because they are homemade) but also delicious and wholesome. One such well-known South Indian snack is the Murukku.
Patishapta are thin crepes or pancakes made with refined flour, rice flour and semolina stuffed with a delicious caramelized shredded coconut filling.
Savoured all over the Indian subcontinent and not just the South, upma has been a popular way to kickstart the day since ancient times. We've listed restaurants that play up upma like never before, and ...