Rice + Oat Milks Recipes
below are some very good looking recipes..
that horchata looks great !
(but i would substitute Stevia for sugar)
Date: 3/25/2005 7:18:48 AM ( 14 y ) ... viewed 2341 times
Plain Rice Milk
A good way to make rice milk is to use fresh cooked rice that is still hot.
* 1 cup rice, brown is okay, short grain is best.
* 4 cups hot water- cold water and cold rice won't work.
* 1 tsp vanilla
Put all in blender, puree for about 5 minutes (until smooth) let sit for 30 minutes or longer, then without shaking pour into container being careful not to let the sediments at the bottom pour into the new container. Alternatively, if you are in a hurry strain through cheesecloth.
To complicate things and get a smoother milk, re-cook the rice with part of the water until it's very soft. Add salt and sweetners, soaked, blanched almonds or nuts and flavorings. Then run it through a blender, food processor, or juicer.
Fancy Rice Milk
Rice milk is a good substitute for milk in coffee drinks.
1. 2/3 c. hot rice
2. 3 c. hot water
3. 1/3 c. cashews
4. 1 tsp. vanilla
5. 1/2 tsp. salt
6. 2 tbsp. honey
Blend all ingredients, chill and serve. Servings: 4.
This is a mexican rice water or rice milk. It is a dessert.
* 1 cup rice, washed
* 2 quarts water
* 1 cinnamon stick
* Sugar to taste
Mix together all ingredients; let stand 3 hours. Simmer for 1/2 hour. Puree in a blender and strain through a cloth. Taste for sweetness and add sugar if necessary. Chill and serve over ice.
1. Soak almonds and whole oats for a day, with some cardamom seeds
2. Blanche the almonds in hot water.
3. Blend them for a long time (2 mins),
4. Strain the stuff through a very fine sieve.
Can last in the fridge for a few days
* 4 cups (cold) water
* 1 ripe banana
* 2 cups cooked oatmeal
* 1 tsp. vanilla
* Pinch of salt (opt.)
* 1 tsp vanilla (opt.)
* Sweetener to taste (if desired)
Place all ingredients in blender and process until smooth about 2-3 minutes. Refrigerate. Shake before using.
all recipes listed above are from this source,
of which I have no personal knowledge of the source.
I just was researching alterantive milk recipes
that might be used in making better raw food smoothies etc.
I do not in ANY way condone dairy, or soy products as a means
to get smooth and nutricious *milks from*
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