Over the years, gluten allergies have been on the rise thanks to many changes in lifestyle that we encounter in the modern world. This can be a challenge for people suffering from this intolerance and limit the way they navigate cooking. But there are some ways to have a healthy, gluten-free diet without compromises.
The use of rice flour as a gluten alternative is nothing new, and there are many ways to incorporate rice into your diet as a healthy carb that doesn’t trigger your allergies. Rice is a part of the daily Indian diet anyway, so this is a very attainable recipe for anyone and can be made with regular ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
The best type of rice to use in this bread is short-grain rice. These tend to be naturally starchier and contribute better to the final texture than longer grains like jasmine rice or basmati. The final result is super soft and bouncy, more like a marshmallow than bread in texture and this airy finish makes it an absolute joy to eat.