Rice is ground into a fine flour called rice flour.
Rice can be used to make either white rice or brown rice flour.
The husk of the rice, or paddy, is removed to yield raw rice, which is then used to make the flour.
After that, the uncooked rice is processed to create rice powder, also referred to as rice flour.
Neer dosa, golibaje (Mangalore bajji), and rotti are made with rice flour.
To create manni, a type of infant food, the flour is combined with flours from wheat, millet, and other cereals.
Particularly beneficial as a replacement for wheat flour, which irritates the digestive systems of those who are gluten intolerant, is rice flour