How to make rice flour in seconds, for pennies on the dollar.
Servings: 1 cups
Measure one cup of rice into high powered blender or food processor.
Pulse or process until powder forms that is fine and not gritty when felt between the fingers.
Store in a container in the pantry for up to 9 months.
- Any rice will do, but long grain rice is recommended due to starch content and price point.
- A low powered blender is likely not powerful enough to pulverize the grains into a powder. You'll need either a good food processor and blade, or high powered blender or bullet style blender (Like Nutribullet or Ninja)
- Feel the powder between your finger tips. Although it can appear to be fine, if it feels gritty, keep going until it is the consistency of whole wheat flour (which is slightly less fine than all purpose).
- Use in gluten free baking and cooking, and in dredges and breading mixes for extra crunch and crispiness.