Rice is the main food that is a staple food of the people of the southern subcontinent of India. Rice is widely grown in south Asia. Due to its health benefits, rice is had in different methods too. Rice is an everyday food of many people of India. There is also a number of rice variety available. Each variety has a different use and health benefit. The flour is made by grinding the rice grains that produces a white flour. This flour is also widely used by the south Indians for making various dishes. Rice flour is made by a careful selection of the best rice grains that are healthy and are grown under scientific observation. Rice flour is made in high hygienic condition so that its shelf life and aroma is retained. In older days rice was ground using stone machines that were handled manually by the women of the house. They used to make rice powder by putting the rice grains between two big stones. But now the new technologies has developed an easy way of grinding with machines. This readily available flour makes the work a lot easier. It also helps in reducing the time taken for grinding it at home. Dosa is a popular breakfast of South India and it is made by soaking rice in water then grinding them with water to form a paste. But as rice flour is now available they can easily be made at any time just by adding water in the flour and making it into paste or batter for dosa.
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Rice flour is used to make dosa, idli, puttu, urundai etc.
Rice flour is used as a face pack for healthy skin.
It is used for the preparation of kozhukattai, appam, baked chaklis, moda ham, pan cakes, idiyappam, achi murukku etc.
It is used for applying on hair.
Rice flour is used for making Japanese treat called Mochi
Rice flour is used as a base for noodles.
Rice flour acts like thickeners in sauces.
It is a breading for fried dishes.
It is used as a base for backing different baked foods.
Rice flour is highly gluten free.
It is used for protection from UV rays due to the presence of ferulic acid and allantoin.
It removes the dark circles from the base of eyes.
It whitens up the face.
It prevents wrinkles on the face.
It prevents pimples.
It has high protein content.
It is a good source of fibre.
Rice Flour is highly preferred for making breakfast like dosa, idli etc. They are also used to make snacks and desserts.
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