Crunchy texture! Rice flour hot biscuits--easily in a frying pan
|Material ( For 3-4 people )|
|rice flour||100g (3.53oz)|
|Baking powder||5g (0.18oz)|
|Millet sugar||15g (0.53oz)|
|milk||45ml (1.52us fl oz)|
|Salad oil||25g (0.88oz)|
Introducing a recipe for hot biscuits made from rice flour. You don't need an oven because you use a frying pan. You can enjoy the crispy bite.
Rice flour hot biscuits
material・ Rice flour 100g (3.53oz)
・ Baking powder 5g (0.18oz)
・ Millet sugar (white sugar is OK) 15g (0.53oz)
・ Milk 45ml (1.52us fl oz)
・ Salad oil 25g (0.88oz)
How to make1. 1. Put rice flour, baking powder, and millet sugar in a bowl and mix them about 20 times with a whisk.
2. Add milk and salad oil and mix using a curd or rubber spatula.
3. 3. When the whole is mixed, transfer it to a plastic bag, knead it lightly and combine it into one, and arrange it into a square with a thickness of about 1.5 cm.
Four. Cut open the plastic bag and divide the dough into 9 equal parts with a card or kitchen knife.
Five. Arrange them in a frying pan at intervals, cover and bake on very low heat for 10 minutes.
6. Turn it upside down, cover it again, and bake it on very low heat for 10 minutes.
The hot biscuits that are browned on both sides have a crunchy texture on the outside and a chewy texture on the inside. At first, the taste is different from that of hot biscuits made from wheat flour, but the crunchy texture and mild sweetness make it addictive, and you are likely to overeat. It is also recommended to lightly apply salty soy sauce to finish it in a rice cracker style. It's chewy, so it's a perfect snack to fill your stomach.
Rice flour hot biscuits that you can enjoy a little unusual taste. Freshly baked is delicious, so when it cools, warm it with an oven toaster etc. before eating.