what is the alternative of rice?
28 Dec 09
if you want an alternative to rice, pasta or couscous usually make a good alternative. or chickpeas are lovely. couscous works particularly well when you want a change from rice, because it absorbs a lot of flavour, so you can prepare it to taste however you like it. I usually use chicken stock, chilli and mix mustard seeds through to give a bit of texture.
3 Jan 10
no, it's not like i dont like rice anymore. sometimes im sick of it hehe, my tongue is looking for another taste or something like that. i love rice especially when it is hot. hmm corn pastas, that's new to me, i'll try that one :D thanks! thank you very much for the response! :)
29 Dec 09
I think there are a lot of possible alternatives for rice if you don't like it. You can eat pasta and rootcrops as well. You can also eat bread. Those things I have mentioned are rich in carbohydrates just like rice. But for me, rice is really different. I love rice very much and I cannot have a complete meal without it.
4 Jan 10
how many cups of rice do you usually take each meal? because for me, normally i would just eat a cup of rice, and sometimes i cant finish it all. i then feel sorry for the waste ones T_T i do not like wasting but, my mouth just rejects rice sometimes :(. thanks for the response by the way. i'll go for the bread
29 Dec 09
How about potato or pastas? Both I think had a lot of carbo but protein wise, I am not able to advice you on. Have you tried brown rice before? They are good for health and I find them having different taste and texture from normal rice. Some people who have illness are recommended to have brown rice instead but because their taste and texture are different from brown rice, some people mixed 1 cup of normal rice with 1/2 cup of brown rice for a start to tryout the taste.
28 Dec 09
you can try brown rice if you are health conscious.brown rice has more fiber and lesser fat than white rice.you can also try pasta.just make pasta without red sauce.you can try using white (cheese) sauce or just dab it with olive oil.you can also try corn.