This cinnamony and crunchy Churro Puffed Rice is a delicious treat. Keep Mahatma® Jasmine Rice stocked in your pantry to enjoy a lovely bowl of cereal for a snack or breakfast. Try this recipe for a fun dish both kids and adults will enjoy!
Preheat oven to 170ºF. Cook rice according to package directions. Transfer to parchment paper-lined baking sheet; bake for 2 to 2 1/2 hours or until dry to the touch and all the moisture has evaporated. Let cool completely (rice should be dry and hard before frying).
In bowl, combine sugar and cinnamon; set aside.
Pour enough oil into large saucepan to come 2 inches up side; heat over medium-high heat until instant-read thermometer reaches 425°F. Add a few grains of cooked rice; if oil is hot enough it will start to puff up instantly.
Working in batches, carefully add 1/2 cup rice to hot oil; fry for 5 to 8 seconds or until puffed. Using small metal wire sieve, carefully transfer rice to paper towel-lined baking sheet. Toss with cinnamon sugar while still warm. Repeat with remaining rice and cinnamon sugar.
Divide puffed rice among 6 bowls. Divide milk evenly among bowls. Drizzle with chocolate sauce and salted caramel sauce.
Top dessert bowls with a generous dollop of whipped cream if desired.
To ensure proper drying, spread the rice evenly in a thin layer with minimal clumping on the baking sheet.
You can never go wrong with cereal at home for a quick breakfast or snack during the day. Now, using Mahatma® Jasmine Rice recipes, you can make your own puffed rice cereal! And, add a fun flavor-packed twist to the ordinary variety.
This cinnamon sugar-covered puffed rice cereal is sweet and delicious, so you can enjoy all the taste of churros in a bowl. This lovely treat is perfect to whip up with pantry staple ingredients for any sweet craving.
Make this cereal treat extra special with chocolate sauce and salted caramel sauce or dulce de leche! Enjoy your bowl of cereal with the milk of your choice.
This recipe works perfectly with long grain rice, if you’re wondering is jasmine rice long grain? The answer is yes. On account of its fragrant flavor and slender texture, it is ideal for making puffed rice cereal.
Not only are rice puffs a cereal alternative but they make great additions to other meals. You can replace your daily granola with some rice puffs to create a sweet yogurt parfait. Add a layer of yogurt of choice, then a layer of fresh fruits like juicy berries or diced kiwi, and then top with some crunchy puffed rice. This can be enjoyed as a wholesome breakfast, a quick snack or even a simple dessert. The versatility of the rice puffs makes them an essential must-have. Or, you’re craving something, extra sweet, try your hand at homemade Puffed Rice Chocolate Bars.
If you’re a fried rice lover, try tossing your puffed rice on top of this Pad Thai Fried Rice with Japanese Omelet or a Seafood Paella for a delicious meal with a crunchy finish.
If you are craving something more Latin American inspired, check out this easy Mexican Rice recipe.