Of course, pancakes again! But this time I'm sharing with you the savory side of the pancakes :)
And they are not only one more breakfast option, but they are also for those who don't consume gluten or love using different types of flours as today we are making simple savory and crispy rice pancakes!
But of course you can make them sweet as well if you like, but I really loved them savory :)
So first let's take a look at the health benefits of Rice Flour!
Did you know that rice flour is full of health benefits? That is right, it is high in protein and vitamins (note that flour from brown rice contains a higher level of B vitamins). The primary difference between brown and white rice is the husk. During milling, the removal of the husk produces white rice. However, the husk of brown rice is left intact, making it more nutritious and a good selection when considering fiber, vitamins, and nutrients such as calcium and zinc. The best thing about rice flour is that it is easily available and is inexpensive. It has all the qualities of wheat flour that we are so used to. It binds well, tastes good, and is so easy to use. In terms of nutritional content, rice flour isn't very short of wheat flour. It is just slightly higher in calorie content. *source
Hurry up, find the recipe below!
Prep: 10 min
Cook time: 10 min
Servings: 2 portions
Calories per serving: 434 kcal
Find the recipe & nutrition facts below :
200 gr. rice flour
250 ml of soy milk (or any other milk)
1 dash of salt
1 tsp of baking powder
1 tsp tapioca flour (or cornstarch)
1 dash of sugar
Toppings (optional; not included in nutr.facts):
1/2 cup roasted pepper and tomato sauce
6 slices of marinated fried tofu
Step 1: Preheat your pan on medium heat.
Step 2: In a bowl stir in flour, baking powder and add in sugar, tapioca flour, and salt, mix in soy milk and mix them until well combined.
Step 3: Start cooking your pancakes - around 2 tbsp of mixture = 1 rice crepe. Cook on medium heat around 2 minutes each side.
Step 4: Spread some roasted pepper and tomato sauce along with marinated tofu, or create your own combination :)