Thursday, December 2, 2010

Herbed Brown Rice Straws

My pantry is always filled with some many leftover flours since a long, eventhough am trying to finish them to make out many dishes there were some leftovers, one among those leftover flour is organic brown rice flour, so i tried out this herbed straws with those leftover brown rice flour with some herbs like coriander leaves, curry leaves, parsley leaves along with cumin seeds and pepper powder..My teddies enjoyed having this straws with cream cheese, a simple and crispy snacks to enjoy which suits prefectly for this cold evening..Sending this herbed straws to Global Kadai-Crackers&Straws guest hosted by Ria..U can use the usual rice flour instead of organic brown rice flour if u dont get them..Sending to Kid's Delight-Holiday Special hosted by Srivalli..

Herbed Brown Rice Straws

1cup Brown rice flour or rice flour
1cup All purpose flour
2tsp Herbs (chopped coriander leaves, curryleaves & parsley leaves)
1/2tsp Pepper powder
1tsp Cumin seeds
1tbsp Butter (melted)
1tsp Olive oil
Salt

Grind the chopped coriander leaves, curry leaves and parsley leaves as coarse paste, take now the rice flour, all purpose flour,grounded herbs, pepper powder, cumin seeds, melted butter,olive oil , salt in a bowl..gradually add enough water to make a soft and smooth dough..keep aside for half an hour..

Preheat the oven to 350F..Dust the dough with enough flour and roll as round disc..cut the dough as strips, just twist the strips and arrange them over the baking sheet lined over a baking sheet..Bake for 15-20minutes until the crust turns golden brown.. Enjoy with cream cheese or any sort of chutneys..

45 comments:

  1. those look very yummy n beautiful!...love to chomp at them :))

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  2. Wow delicious ....nice and crispy...

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  3. That is nice and crispy Priya.

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  4. Wow ! these straws look perfect. Never knew this recipe. Thanks for sharing Priya.

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  5. I keep coming to your blog often and am amazed at the number of new things you keep posting everyday! Awesome work!
    Please do share some tricks behind so much motivation and creativity !!:)

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  6. What a great snack!! Lovely straws Priya..

    Gayu
    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com/

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  7. Thts a lovly snack at tea time.Very healthy too .

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  8. nice looking crispy and crunchy
    aap kitchen me kitne hours kaam karte ho?

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  9. I love these rice straws! Actually I never have straws made with rice. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
    Angie

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  10. wow...what an easy and perfect snack...cute and super delicious straws...thanks
    priya for sharing...

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  11. Hi Priya,

    Lovely herbed straws. Nice way to use up the leftover things in the pantry. What did you dunk the into? Yummy aNd hot tomato soup???

    Shobha

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  12. thats a great one! luv to have these with a hot cup of tea on a wintry/snowy evening!

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  13. Ooohh, lovely priya, that looks really really good.

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  14. What a great snack! Great for parties too :D

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  15. Perfect to dip in a soup !! Love it :-)

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  16. amazed by ur innovative posts priya...bread sticks looks lovely

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  17. Priya,
    These brown rice straws look amazing and delicious.You should definitely publish a cookbook with all your 1355+++++ recipes.I love the energy and enthusiasm with which you create all these unique recipes.Keep going.You are awesome.

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  18. These sticks looks so delicious! I won't mind some green chutney with these! Lovely!

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  19. Wow scrumptious straws ya! Feel like grabbing few now! :D

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  20. wow, they look so crunchy..perfect for snacking !

    US Masala

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  21. gr8 n innovative recipe Priya!

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  22. priya u rock!-- everytime i go back amazed after visiting ur unique space---rock on !!

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  23. How can you create beauties no time???
    you are really a gifted cook dear..
    looks gr8

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  24. lovely & easy one!! hats off to u PRiya....

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  25. Deeliiicious...!!This is something very new..Healthy too... ;)

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  26. The picture attracted me at first and then leftovers... you speak my language. I will sure make these next Saturday as this one is booked with a party that I am hosting!

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  27. bookmarked it and looks great and perfect snack for tea..

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  28. Would be excellent for soup!

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  29. wow superb snack priya dear....

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  30. Looks lovely! Would be perfect with Soups!

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  31. Look at the herbs! That must have smelt as good as it tasted. I looked at the title and hoped for a gluten free recipe. Do you think only rice flour will yield a good straw too?

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  32. rice flour straws.... never tried priya will try this for sure...

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