After making rice milk we were left with quite a bit of raw rice pulp left over. It could go to Pinky and The Brain, but we decided to do something else with it this time…
Banana Rice Fritters
You will need
Frying pan or deep fat fryer
2 x bananas
2 x teaspoons of honey
Leftover rice pulp from no-cook rice milk
Mash the bananas, the rice pulp, and the honey in a mixing bowl. You might want to add a little bit of water if it seems dry and hard to work with.
Form the mixture into fritters or little fat pancakes and fry them in oil – I found that using more oil is better as otherwise the rice soaks up the oil and they stick to the bottom of the pan. I don’t have a deep fat fryer but I think they would cook nicely in there.
Serve immediately, on their own or with (suggestions from the peanut gallery), brown sugar, golden syrup or vanilla ice cream.
A good way to use a resource that might otherwise go to waste.