In this post, I’m sharing my rice test recipe for rice purée.
I usually use white rice but you can use brown rice, yellow rice, black rice, etc. for your rice test.
I like to test rice using a rice puréing machine so I don’t have to buy the rice and add it to the rice test container.
The rice test will be ready when the rice is ready to use.
To make rice pure, first pour the rice into a food processor or blender, add 1 tablespoon of salt, and blend for about 30 seconds.
If you don’t see the rice purés results, there is a problem with your rice pures rice.
The puréed rice has a lot of gluten.
To fix that, add the following ingredients: 1 teaspoon of cumin seeds (you can use more or less) 1 tablespoon dried black pepper (I like to use dried black peppercorns) 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon cinnamon (optional) I use fresh garlic cloves because I don,t use white garlic cloves in my purées rice test but you could use garlic powder.
Once you have the rice prepared, add some of the salt to it and blend until you get the consistency of white rice.
If your rice is too thick, add a little more salt and blend again.
You can add the cinnamon and garlic powder to the purée to add flavor to the water.
Now you have your rice prepared and ready to add it into your purément container.
Pour the rice mixture into the purée container and refrigerate for at least 4 hours to let the rice fully absorb the water in the pure container.
If the rice does not absorb completely in the container, add another cup of water to it to get the water to the consistency you want.
Then drain off the excess rice and store in the freezer for about 1 week.
Now, let’s see how to cook a porridge.
Pour your rice into the food processor.
Blend until you have a powdery consistency.
Pour in your water.
Let it run for at most 30 seconds and then add more water to make it thicker.
Drain off the rice.
Heat up your griddle pan.
Add a little bit of water, cover the griddle, and cook until the griddles top starts to turn golden brown.
Remove from the grilling pan.
Repeat the process for the rest of the porridge you make.
This is a great recipe to use when you have some left over rice that you want to eat later.
This porridge is super easy to make.
If this porridge tastes good to you, you will love it!
Nutrition Facts Porridge Recipe Amount Per Serving Calories 556 Calories from Fat 48 % Daily Value* Total Fat 16g 25% Saturated Fat 1g 10% Cholesterol 84mg 18% Sodium 2,531mg 19% Potassium 691mg 16% Total Carbohydrates 36g 11% Dietary Fiber 4g 16% Sugars 3g Protein 7g 14% Vitamin A 1% Vitamin C 1% Calcium 1% Iron 2% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.