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Turn Leftover Rice Into a Crispy Snack

David Galloway , Gawker Media

If you usually have leftover rice you can make a chewy and crispy snack by spreading a half-inch layer on a nonstick skillet brought to medium heat. Cook until the rice browns (around 15 minutes) and then flip it over and cook the other side until it browns (another 8 minutes).

This results in a hot snack that is delicious when dipped into your favorite hot sauce or paired with fried eggs. You'll want to stick with short and long grain Asian rices for this tip as longer grains such as basmati aren't sticky enough to hold together.

I'm totally trying this with fried eggs the next time I make a rice dish.

How to Turn Leftover Rice into a Chewy, Crispy Snack | Chow Tips

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