7 Special Recipes for Processed Leftover Rice

Leftover rice is often thrown away because it is considered that it can no longer be used for anything. The best thing is to make fried rice or rice crackers like reneging.

Sometimes we like to waste food. Even though there are many out there who struggle to just eat. This time Hipwee deliberately collected special recipes from leftover rice. You would never think that leftover rice can also be special dishes like this.

1. Instead of buying caring on the side of the road, it’s better to make it yourself using leftover rice
leftover rice recipe

This Sundanese snack actually stands for fried aci (starch or fried tapioca). Cireng is now made in various flavors, you must have tried it too, right? Have you ever tried curing rice?

5 cups of rice
3 tablespoons of flour
2 cloves of garlic (mashed)
1/2 pack of chicken seasoning
8 tablespoons of tapioca flour (reserve for sprinkling) Salt Pepper
Scallions (chopped) Celery (chopped)

How to make:
1. Soak rice in hot water for 10 minutes
2. Drain then puree
3. Add other ingredients and stir until smooth
4. Flatten the dough, and sprinkle again with tapioca flour
5. Fry until brown

2. That sounds impossible, but leftover rice can actually be made into a pudding leftover rice recipe

If pudding is usually made from a mixture of various kinds of flour such as cornstarch or tapioca, it turns out that it can also be made from leftover rice. This food originally comes from France, and is no less delicious, how come it tastes if you make it with leftover rice ingredients?

100 gr rice
1000 ml milk
5 tablespoons sugar
Fresh fruit

How to make:
1. Mash the rice and put it in the pot
2. Mix the milk and sugar, cook over medium heat and stir thoroughly
3. Let it boil then reduce the heat
4. Cover the pot and leave it for 30-35 minutes until the milk thickens. Stir occasionally.
5. Put the fruit after the mixture is cooked
6. Remove and pour the mixture into the mold
7. Store at room temperature until cold, then put in the refrigerator
8. Serve cold

3. This delicious appam recipe proves that leftover rice can be a substitute for rice flour
leftover rice recipe

We may be more familiar with this food from Java, but did you know that this apem or appam originates from India? The main raw material is rice flour, so it’s not too surprising if you can replace it with leftover rice.

1 cup rice
1 cup sugar
1 cup coconut milk/water
1 cup flour
1 cup rice flour
1 tablespoon fermion

How to make:
1. Blend rice, granulated sugar, and coconut milk until smooth
2. Mix and stir flour, rice flour, and fermion
3. Stir and mix results no 1) and no 2)
4. Let stand 30 minutes and cover with a clean cloth
5. Grease the mold with cooking oil
6. Pour the mixture into the mold and steam for 10 minutes
7. Cover the steamer with a clean cloth

* If using dye: 2 drops for soft colors and 4-5 drops for strong colors

4. Instead of wasting it, it’s better to make pempek if you have leftover rice in your kitchen
leftover rice recipe

Don’t throw away the leftover rice that you have carelessly, secretly leftover rice can be transformed into a simple pempek that is no less delicious than Palembang’s pempek. All you have to do is add a few ingredients, it’s super easy to make!

1 plate of white rice
2 eggs
5 tbsp flour
1 tbsp tapioca flour
1/2 tsp salt

How to make:
1. Cook the rice with 3 cups of water until it boils
2. Remove the rice while continuing to stir until soft
3. Add the chicken eggs, salt and flour, and stir until smooth
4. Add the tapioca flour and knead until smooth
5. Shape the pempek according to the shape to taste
6. Boil pempek until it floats
7. Remove then drain
8. Fry until cooked

Pempek sauce recipe

Cayenne pepper
Dried dried ebi
Salt to taste
Brown sugar
500 ml of water

How to make:
Mash all the ingredients.
Boil until it boils and thickens.
Remove then strain.
Pour over the fried empek-empek

5. Confused about what snacks to make? Try making croquettes from leftover rice
leftover rice recipe

While working or studying, a snack is always a great mood saviour. You may have tried all these snacks before, if you’re confused about what to make and you happen to have leftover rice in your kitchen, try this croquette recipe from leftover rice!

1 plate of rice
1 chicken thigh (shredded)
1 egg
1 carrot (small sliced)
1-2 pieces of leek leaves (sliced)
5 tablespoons flour (diluted with a little water)
3 tablespoons margarine
1/2 teaspoon salt and flavouring
1 egg for greasing (break and mix well)
to taste bread flour
to taste cooking oil
4 pieces of cheese

How to make:
1. Scrambled eggs, chicken thighs, carrots, leeks, pepper, salt, and seasoning with margarine until fragrant 2. Add
rice and stir until smooth
3. Add watery flour, and stir until cooked and sticky
4 . Take 1 tablespoon of rice, make a ball and fill it with cheese
5. Spread the egg and then roll it in the bread crumbs
6. Fry until golden brown
7. Ready to serve

6. Leftover rice can also be delicious shredded rice cakes for side dishes, you know!
leftover rice recipe

Apart from being a main dish, rice can also be a delicious side dish. Just use the leftover rice that you have and then combine it with shredded so that the taste can be more special and doesn’t make you fat because there are too many carbohydrates.

1 small bowl of rice (squeezed or squeezed)
1 carrot, peeled, grated
1 spring onion, sliced
​​1/2 tbsp tapioca flour
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 clove garlic, pureed
1 tbsp shredded fish
To taste salt, sugar, pepper
1 egg white, shake off
the oil for frying

How to make:
1. Mix and stir all the ingredients
2. Round and flatten the dough
3. Heat the oil
4. Dip the mixture into the egg white
5. Fry in hot oil until browned
6. Remove and drain, serve with mayonnaise

7. The typical Minang sala leak can still be special even if you use leftover rice
leftover rice recipe

Have you ever heard of the term Sala leak? This food is a crispy and savoury snack from West Sumatra. It is shaped like a moon and has a yellowish colour. It is named Lauak which means fish because one of its ingredients is fish.

1 bowl of rice
1 glass of rice flour
2 tablespoons of starch
2 salted fish
2 turmeric leaves (thinly sliced)
to taste boiling water
to taste cooking oil

4 shallots
2 cloves of garlic
2 cm ginger
2 cm turmeric
6 red chilies
to taste salt

How to make:
1. Mix the crushed rice with all the ingredients and seasonings
2. Add the boiling water little by little while stirring the mixture
3. Form the dough the size of a quail egg
4. Heat the oil, and fry until everything is submerged and the color is golden yellow

Wow, what a delicious recipe it all turned out. There must be a lot that you don’t know yet, right? Let’s try one at home this week!

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