White Rice Flour Recipes

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Delish Coconut Muffins

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Delicious coconut muffins that contain no eggs, no oil, no wheat flour, and it's very easy to make. Crunchy on the outside and very moist on the inside. This is actually a recipe from Indonesia, and they use a different type of cooking tool, which is heavy steel and the dough cooked on the stove. Since I don't have that equipment, I am using the muffin baking tray and baking them instead, but they still come out very good and tasty. You can freeze some of them; also reheat with microwave, or serve in a party for snacks.

Scotch Shortbread I

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This recipe uses rice flour.

Pumpkin Cookies IV

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Gluten-free cookies.

Awesome Apple Muffins

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Neither wheat flour nor sugar is used in this recipe. The product is a moist, naturally sweet and spicy muffin that tastes surprisingly good.

Honey Walnut Shrimp

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Hong Kong Style Chinese recipe! Crispy battered shrimp tossed in creamy sauce topped with sugar coated walnuts

Chef John's Sourdough Bread

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Making your own sourdough bread does take a while, but the amount of actual work is minimal--and the bread you'll get is spectacular! See the footnote link to how to make the sourdough starter.

Quesadilla Salvadorena

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Quesadilla Salvadorena is a moist, sweet, cheese pound cake. The key to this recipe is the type of cheese used, Parmesan cheese. I invented this recipe to match the pre-made quesadilla you find at the grocery stores. Buen provecho!

Microwave Mochi

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A microwavable form of the Japanese dessert made with sweet rice flour. More varied and interesting flavors are available as well.

Steamed Vegan Rice Cakes (Banh Bo Hap)

Easy recipe for steamed rice cake, banh bo hap, a spongy, sweet, and gorgeous-looking vegan dessert. It costs next to nothing to make and fun for the kids.

Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Crepes)

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Banh xeo (bahn SAY-oh) is a popular street snack in Vietnam, especially in the south. The name means sound crepe, and refers to the sound the batter makes when it hits the hot skillet. Serve with fresh herbs. The shrimp-studded crepe is rolled up in a leaf of lettuce and dipped in nuoc cham dipping sauce before it gets popped in your mouth.


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Sweetened mung beans are deliciously wrapped in glutinous rice flour and deep fried to make this yummy Pinoy snack.

Mochiko Chicken

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A chicken dish that has been marinated for 24 hours, then deep fried. Add any spices you like!

Inspiration and Ideas

Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp Scampi

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I've received a bunch of requests to make this, and after tasting it, I understand why. If you're a garlic lover, you're going to want to pull out your bucket list and add this recipe to it. I absolutely love this, and I think you will too. Serve over white rice with fresh lemon wedges.

Japanese-Style Deep Fried Chicken

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If you like the taste of Japanese dishes, you will love it. Very crispy, and my friends like it too. You can buy joshinko (rice flour), katakuriko (potato starch), and sesame oil at asian market. If you live in large city, you may find them at American grocery store. Joshinko and katakuriko taste nothing different from regular flour, but they really help to make crispy fried chicken. Do not use sweet soy sauce or too salty soy sauce.