Have you tasted Brown Rice Cookie before? Have you ever dreamt of having a Brown Rice cookie for a snack?
Have you ever thought of making Cookies or biscuits out of Rice? Okay relax, here we present to you a very wonderful experiment from our own Dele Olawole.
Over the weekend, he came up with this great Brown Rice Cookie or what we call in Africa and all over the World Brown Rice Biscuit.
Dele Olawole is not just an Engineer, but an experimenter of the highest order.
As usual, Dele took to the experiment room, this time in his kitchen to conduct an experiment with Brown rice and some other ingredients, to bring out this wonderful Brown Rice Cookie.
Okay relax, he has been so magnanimous to share the recipe for the Brown Rice Cookie with us.
The most important thing to consider when trying or planning to embark on the journey of making the Brown Rice Cookie, is the choice of a blender to use.
His choice here is the Coffee Grinder, because you need to have a very smooth flour or paste for this Brown Rice Cookie to turn out great.
Brown Rice Cookie Ingredients
- Get yourself a Bullet Blender or Coffee Grinder
- One or two cups of brown rice should do (depending on the Quantity or number of people that are going to eat the Brown Rice Cookie.
- Baking Powder
- Cold butter
- Vanilla Sugar
- One medium sized egg
- Half cup of warm water
- Salt to taste
- Baking Paper
- Baking Tray
- Don’t forget your oven.
Making of Brown Rice Cookie
Let’s get our hands dusty!
- Grind the Brown rice to flour.
- Mix with cold butter.
- Add one teaspoon of baking powder.
- Two teaspoon of Vanilla Sugar – Short of not adding sugar at all.
- Add one medium sized egg.
- Mix properly and add half cup of warm water.
- Add little salt to taste.
- Cover the dough and put it in the freezer for about 15 minutes
- Bring out the dough and knead again.
- Spread baking paper on the baking plate.
- Place the dough on the paper and spread across, decide the shape and size triangle, circle or hexagon – Cut and
- Bake for about 25 minutes at 200 DegC
Written by Dele Olawole. Founder/Coordinator at Nigerians United Against Corruption