What you need to know about this recipe: The rice cake recipe can be served warm or cold.
It’s best served warm, but you can serve it cold.
If you’re not eating it cold, you may have to reheat it several times to get the right texture.
To get the best flavor, you can add some of the ingredients first.
To reduce the calories, you could add half a cup of rice to the batter.
This recipe calls for 1 cup of brown rice or black rice, but any kind of rice is fine.
If your rice cake doesn’t seem like it has enough flavor, try using other ingredients to add flavor.
Recipe Notes You could also freeze the rice cake in an airtight container and freeze it for later use.
You could even make it in a ziplock bag or a container that’s a little smaller.
Recipe source Time recipe is from The Daily Meal: Rice Cake, by Dr. Della Costa, published May 4, 2018.
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