Rice flour has a wide variety of sweet and savoury applications. Rice flour is great for thickening sauces and is traditionally used in short bread.
Energy 1518kJ/357kcal, Protein 6.7g, Carbohydrate 81.3g (of which sugars 1.3g), Fat 2.8g (of which saturates 0.7g), Fibre 1.9g, Sodium trace.
Cream together the butter and sugar. Beat in the peanut butter and egg, followed by the baking powder and rice flour. Evenly space out teaspoonfuls of the mixture onto oiled baking trays and cook for 20 minutes in an oven pre-heated to 180°C / 350°F / gas mark 4.
Customer reviews - Doves Farm Speciality Rice Flour 1kg
RecipesA Quick Snack: tiny nuggets -
Thu 14th Oct 2010
Mix the gram flour with water until the consistency is like a rich pastry dough -smooth, not crumbly.
Add some crushed garlic (as much as you like!) and crushed sea salt.
Use the wee scoops you need for making melon balls in order to shape tiny balls of the dough, and shallow-fry in sesame oil till golden.
Eat warm with salt pickled vegetables, it is filling and very gorgeous, with the texture of a good quality nugget.Reviewer's Name:
ReviewsRice Flour -
Mon 11th Oct 2010
Light and powdery, rice flour is an ideal coating for frying or deep-frying anything. It makes a very interesting batter, that browns beautifully and is deliciously crispy, without overpowering the food that it's coating. Also, it is easier to digest than most batters or flours when fried.
And of course, it really helps any gluten-free recipe!Reviewer's Name:
Gaelle Chassery -
Tue 2nd Nov 2010
I AM FAIRLY NEW TO GLUTEN FREE BAKING AS I HAVE TENDED TO BUY SHOP MADE ITEMS UP UNTIL NOW. I LIKE THIS FLOUR AS IT IS PRETTY GENERAL USE HAVE MADE BREAD AND CAKES WITH IT SO FAR WITH GOOD RESULTS/. NICE TO BE ABLE TO BUY THE DIFFERENT VARIETY OF FLOURS IN ONE PLACEReviewer's Name:
MRS L HILLVery good -
Mon 6th Feb 2012
I like that this can be pretty much used in the same way as regular wheat flour. My baking has tended to be drier than before though, but I have had to drastically change my diet so that could also be down to a number of other changes in ingredients. (wheat-free, dairy-free, sugar-free...) Nevertheless, I am getting some nice results on many different recipes :) Have made cornish pasties, lemon biscuits, a lovely 'madeira' cake with fresh cherries and real lemon in it... :)Reviewer's Name:
MRS PAMELA SAUNDERS -
Tue 22nd May 2012
I make my own date slices using this flour, as I avoid wheat in my diet. It's versatile & can be used just like any wheat flour.Reviewer's Name:
Mrs Sally Garrod -
Fri 23rd Nov 2012
Dove's farm makes great specialty flours, absolutely wonderful variety for gluten-free folks. This is a particularly nice rice flour as it is not as gritty as other ones I have come across.Reviewer's Name:
Paul Richardson Perfect for a birthday cake! -
Sun 25th Nov 2012
I always say, if you want to bake a cake that has exactly the same consistency as a shop bought birthday cake (that elusive, fluffy lightness that eluded me for years) add one to two ounces of rice flour in your recipe. It never fails to make a charming cake, an it means a 1kg bag lasts for ages. Reviewer's Name:
andrew whiteman Great flour substitute -
Thu 14th Mar 2013
I purchased this to make gluten free brownies and they were amazing. We made a massive batch to take on holiday with us and my partner kept secretly sneaking off to eat them they were so good! Right after we cooked them they tasted slightly floury but after they had completely cooled they were fudgey and rich! MmmReviewer's Name:
Mon 22nd Apr 2013
Large size, fast delivery. Thanks Goodness Direct for a reasonable priceReviewer's Name:
Wed 20th Nov 2013
I use this when making shortbread, it's a good quality flour.Reviewer's Name:
Tipsbasic rice milk -
Thu 19th Sep 2013
Plain milk is very easy to make from rice flour as all you need is water (cold or hot), but adding extra things like a pinch of salt and a teaspoon of sunflower oil (or any oil) helps to elevate the flavour. Reviewer's Name: