Traditionally kolam is drawn with rice flour – dry rice flour only. It is ground very fine and as a result, it is difficult to control the flow of rice flour between the thumb and index finger and pushing it is also difficult when compared with our kolam powder. So the lines may appear discontinuous and the kolam with rice flour may not be as beautiful as that drawn with kolam powder.It is one of the most commonly used ingredient in the kitchen .It is also uses as making rangoli in pooja or near havan kund .It is also using in making food items and sweets on occasions.It is also known as biyap pindi in telugu and chaval atta in hindi.
Rice flour (additionally rice powder) is a type of flour produced using finely processed rice. It is unmistakable from rice starch, which is generally created by soaking rice in lye. Rice flour is a typical substitute for wheat flour. It is likewise utilized as a thickening operator in plans that are refrigerated or solidified since it restrains fluid division.
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