White Rice Flour
White rice flour produced by grinding polished rice (bran and germ removed) into a powder. It can be used as a thickening agent for sauces and puddings. White rice flour is also very popular for the preparation of a variety of Asian noodles. It’s used in some baked goods, such as cakes, cookies, and dumplings.
Brown Rice Flour
Brown rice flour is flour which has been ground from unhulled rice kernels, also known as brown rice. It can be used as a flour substitute in many dishes, especially in combination with other flours. Since brown rice flour is naturally gluten free, many gluten intolerant individuals use it for cooking projects.
Parboiled Rice Flour
Parboiled Rice Flour is a specially prepared flour produced from parboiled long grain rice. It has a typical taste with a slightly nutty aroma. It is essentially non-allergenic. Nutritional properties are similar to long wholegrain rice. The principal applications for Parboiled Flour are as an ingredient in ready to eat cereals, granola bars, and use in multi-grain breads, dry bakery mixes.