Monday, May 21, 2012

RICE FLOUR CREPES


If you are unable to enjoy crepe with all purpose flour, here is an alternative.These surprisingly  good crepes are gluten free, diary free and egg free. They passed the test with the gluten eaters in my family

Rice milk or almond milk are the best alternatives for coconut milk. You can serve them either sweet or savory, whatever your family will enjoy.

RICE FLOUR CREPES
Yield    :     5 crepes
Adapted from  Food.com

1 C rice flour
1/2 tsp sugar
1/4 C water
1/2 C coconut milk
1/2 tsp salt
2 tablespoons cornstarch


METHOD

In a mixing bowl, combine  rice flour, salt, sugar and cornstarch.

Gradually add water and coconut milk. Stir until well  incorporated using a whisk. Let rest 20 minutes.

Heat up your pan/griddle on medium heat. When it's hot, add a little oil and spread around.

Spoon the batter onto pan (1/4 cup) and spread out with the back of spoon.

Flip over when bubbles appear and the top starts to dry out. Cook the other side until golden brown.

Complete the rest of the batter. Serve with chutney or maple syrup.


40 comments:

Puan Ros @ Sinaranmenu.blogspot said...

Kak sedap.singgah kejap je ni..kita sibuk..kat opis

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Cooking rice flour is really tricky for me as it sticks to the pan or becomes very hard later. but you are inspiring me to try again by this method

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Crepes with rice flour looks soft and delicious...

Gloria said...

Look absolutely nice!! love crepes!

Roshu said...

Love ths!!!!!

Prathibha said...

nice crepes...looks yummm

hazila said...

I like this kind of crepe. Have you ever try to eat them with condensed milk?

simran said...

nice n versatile crepes!..good ones.

kitchen queen said...

yummmmmmmmmy dosas looks very tempting.

cookingvarieties said...

hi treat and trick, wow, didnt know that crepes can be done using rice flour.. familiar with almond milk but not rice milk..wonder how you do that... innovative and great recipe. have a nice day

Priya said...

Those crepes looks fabulous and definitely filling.

Paaka Shaale said...

The crepes looks so yum!!!Very neatly presented :)

Priti said...

Yum ....looks so perfect

YummyInspirations said...

Sounds amazing! Must give it a try! I'd love you to link this up at Breakfast Ideas Mondays - http://www.yummyinspirations.net/2012/05/pomegranate-breakfast-in-jar-breakfast.html :-)

Julie said...

Healthy n yummy breakfast,lovely!!

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Spice up the Curry said...

wow super delicious.

Subhie Arun said...

wow nice n fluffy ..its remind me of lempeng bawang....

Sobha Shyam said...

wonderful idea, would love to try out these soon, delicious crepes :)

gobakeyourself said...

Love the use of rice flour in crepes my friend, they look delicious :D

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hemalata said...

Simple n yummy crepes.

Anzz said...

Looks delicious..!! We make something on similar lines but your looks delicious..!

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious crepe, Love them with spicy sides.

Sowmya said...

Delicious crepes....can gobble them any time!

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Shobha said...

Love the rice crepes.. I would enjoy the savory version...will make them.

Newspaper Article said...

hm...its look delicious. good recipe, thanks for posting it

Angie's Recipes said...

These rice pancakes look really tempting. Love the colour...so beautiful.

Only Fish Recipes said...

wow...the crepes look so soft and delicious !!!!lovely pics !!

Isabelle Thornton said...

I want to try!
Link to the French party on Monday? My readers would love it!
Xo
Frenchy
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Christine @ First Home...Love Life said...

Yum! I saw you at A Bowl Full Of Lemons, and wanted to invite you to link up at http://www.firsthomelovelife.com/2012/05/whats-cooking-wednesday-1.html

Maureen @ Orgasmic Chef said...

These crepes look lovely! What a win for those who can't eat wheat or eggs.

Lisa @ Flour Me With Love said...

These look delicious...I love crepes! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

mjskit said...

If someone had told me that they made a flourless, eggless crepe, I would have thought them crazy! But here you go - what an interesting recipe. I've never used rice flour and with the coconut milk it sounds interesting and tasty! Very, very creative!

IPlayWoW said...

I would love to pair this with a chocolate syrup! Yumm!

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Isabelle Thornton said...

Thanks for joining the French party on Monday!
Come back next Monday!
xo
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Becolorful said...

The perfect thing for a Memorial Weekend brunch! Thanks for sharing this week on BeColorful.
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Balvinder Ubi said...

This is something I would love to have.

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Oishii Treats said...

can't wait to try this out, the hubby decided to go gluten free and this recipe sounds perfect for a delicious breakfast. thanks

Tara Burrell said...

Making this right now and the batter seems very thick for crepes, its more of a pancake consistency, should I add more liquid to thin it out?

Treatntrick Treat and Trick said...

Thanks Tara for trying! You may add more liquid if it very thick, it is almost like pancake batter...

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