Brown Rice Flour, Organic

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Rice flour is a fine flour made from wholegrain brown ground rice. It has a wide variety of culinary uses and is a very popular base for noodles in many Asian cuisines. 

Both white and brown types of flour work just about the same way in a recipe, but have slightly different flavors and colour. Brown rice flour can take longer to cook when it is in noodle form, in the same way that brown rice takes longer to cook than white rice.
 

Why use it?

Rice flour is very commonly used in gluten-free baked goods to give them structure and substance, but it is also a popular addition for non-gluten-free baked goods because of its unique and slightly sandy texture. It can add a heartiness to a yeast bread recipe when a small amount is added. Great for making dense, whole grain breads.
 
NUTRITION INFORMATION
  Per 100g
 Energy (kj) 1519
 Protein (g) 7.2
 Fat (g) 2.8
 -saturated (g) 0.6
 Carbohydrate (g) 76.5
 -sugars (g) 0.9
 Dietary fibre (g) 4.6
Sodium (mcg) 8

How to use it:

Use as a thickener in sauces, as a breading for fried dishes and as the base for various baked goods.


Recipe Ideas

Multi Grain Gluten-Free Bread
Buckwheat, Blueberry and Chia Pancakes

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