Need bread in a hurry? Want a gluten-free variety that doesn’t taste like cardboard? Do you consider bread-making a hassle? Are you a neophyte baker who wants to take baby steps towards dough enlightenment? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, this recipe is for you.
The best part about this bread is that it’s foolproof. Plus, you likely already have all of the required ingredients hanging out in your pantry.
Made from white rice, this bread comes together quickly with the use of a blender. And with the exception of soaking the rice, it’s in the oven in less than 30 minutes. The result is a moist, spongy, delicious tasting bread with a surprisingly great texture.
How does rice turn into bread? Rice is full of starch and fiber, and by soaking and blending it, you’re essentially turning it into flour.
CHEF’S NOTE: You can also make this recipe with rice flour and water—it’s the same idea—but it’s best made directly from the kernel, soaked and blended.