This is by no means a quick and easy recipe, but a great one to whip up in the morning and reheat later in the day. You’ll be surprised how good this is when you try it.
The key to a good wheat pasta recipe is just the amount of water you use. Too little water and you get a watery pasta, too much water and it gets soggy. You will need to make this recipe as soon as possible because rice pasta gets soggy in the refrigerator.
Just a small serving of rice pasta with vegetables in it is all that it takes to satisfy for one. If you eat a lot of pasta, you can put the whole thing in a whole wheat pita, or you can add some extra cheese to make it even more creamy. It’s all about using what you have, when you have it.
If you use too much water, you can use rice pasta in place of white rice and it will still be ok. I recommend you use about half the amount of water you would if you were using white rice, but if you have a lot left over, you can use that instead if you still want rice.
A common trick I see people use when they want to have a rice sized pasta is to mix up a bunch of different ingredients, then add them all to the water in a bowl and then pour it in the pasta maker. I’ve seen rice sized pita, rice sized noodles, rice sized spaghetti, rice sized rice, and rice sized rice-sized rice. The rice sized pasta is probably my favorite of all time and the most versatile.
It’s also a very versatile recipe because you can cut up the rice into tiny pieces, add vegetables or sauce, and make rice sized noodles or rice sized rice.
For the more of us who have to cook on a daily basis with our own pot, rice sized pasta is a good option. But for those who are used to the convenience of the rice sized ramen, rice sized pasta is a great time-saving and cost-saving option too.
I use rice size pasta most often because it’s the simplest of recipes to make. Not only can you slice it up in a matter of minutes, but they’re also cheap and can easily be found at Asian grocery stores.
It’s very easy to make rice sized pasta. Simply put a teaspoon of rice in a saucepan and add 2 cups of water. Bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook for about 15 minutes.
The rice size pasta I use most often is spaghetti. It takes a bit longer to cook and it is a thicker pasta, so I usually add another cup of water (2 cups) to make it a little more pasta-like.