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 What is glutinous rice flour?

Answer Glutinous rice flour--also known as sweet rice flour--is used in many Asian cuisines to make sweets, buns and pastries. Contrary to its name, it does not actually contain gluten, making it safe for... Read More »
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Glutinous-rice flour and mochiko sweet rice flour the same?

I believe they are. I use sweet rice flour in my Kimchi recipe and others stuff. Makes great dumplings. Here are a couple of web sites. Check this out. http://en.mimi.hu/gastronomy/sweet_ric... Read More »
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Where can I find mochiko (glutinous rice flour)?

We can usually find it at one of local Asian Supermarkets in Australia. Some of the big supermarket chains also have it in the Asian or International aisle.
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How to Make Glutinous Rice Using Regular Rice?

Want to make glutinous rice (soggy sticky yummy rice) using normal long grain rice? here is my mum who is orientals way of doing so.
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Does rice flour act the same as AP flour when thickening?

According to Colorado State University Extension, either rice starch or waxy rice flour can be used instead of all-purpose wheat flour for thickening. Use one tablespoon of rice flour for every tab... Read More »
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