It is a type of pancake made with fermented rice batter and coconut milk. Grind raw rice with ingredients and make a smooth batter or combine rice flour with necessary ingredients and make smooth batter
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The most common way of re-using leftoverrice from dinner for Bengalis is to add water to it and let it ferment slightly overnight to make panta bhaat (fermented rice) which is fabulous with deep fried fritters on the side in the hellish heat of a Bengali summer
For me, i always have atleast a cup of rice as leftover in my everyday cooking, though it doesn't go waste at home, but to have no leftovers, cooking enough for the family , comes with age and experience
When we had some leftover vegetables and a rotisserie chicken in the fridge the other day, it seemed to be crying out to be made into some type of casserole and I had seen this recipe from America’s Test Kitchen for a chicken and rice casserole recently and found this was the perfect opportunity to give it a try
Using LeftoverRice. I have already used this method while making raagi puttu, this time though everything remains the same, except that I use normal rice flour along with cooked rice to make it, the main intention of this post was to show how soft the puttu becomes this way as well
When there is no more dosa batter in the fridge and yet you crave for some crispy dosas / soft and fluffy uthappam, you can satiate your taste buds with some instant dosa / uthappam made with left over rice and a few other ingredients added to the mix
Crispy Rice & Mung bean Pancakes (Bánh Xèo). Long grain Jasmine rice - ½cup. The only disappointment I have with the recipe is that I halved it and wished I had made the whole recipe because the pancakes turned out great