I’ve been thinking about my favorite rice porridge for a while.

It was the one recipe that really made me think of the past few years and why I’ve become so picky about what I eat.

Now I’m not as picky as I used to be, but I still have a hard time finding something to fall back on when I want to go out and have dinner.

That’s where this recipe comes in.

You can eat a lot of rice porridges with egg rolls.

Rice rolls can be made ahead of time or frozen.

For the egg roll, you can have a whole egg or any of the rice varieties that are available.

And you can use any type of protein.

The flavor of the egg rolls are amazing.

You could even use a tofu or a quinoa pancake.

So the possibilities are endless.

For this egg roll and some other recipes, you need: 3 cups (500g) whole wheat flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 tablespoons (50 ml) vegetable oil 1 cup (200g) vegetable shortening 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion 1 tablespoon chopped garlic 1/2 teaspoon salt and pepper 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 cup frozen corn kernels, thawed (or store-bought) (about 1 1/3 cups) 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon 1/6 teaspoon ground ginger (or other spice) 1 egg, beaten 2 cups (2 1/5 cups) whole milk 1 cup sour cream, to serve with the egg Rolls can be kept frozen for up to 3 days.

To make the rice roll, start with flour, salt, baking powder, oil and onion.

You’ll want to add more flour if the mixture starts to get a bit sticky.

I like to use whole wheat for this recipe, because it has a more dense texture and it makes the rice rolls a bit softer and more flaky.

Add the remaining ingredients and stir to combine.

You want the dough to be a little dry and it should have a crumbly texture.

If you have leftover dough, you may want to keep it in the freezer for a day or two and then make a second batch.

When the rice is ready, roll out the dough into a circle about the size of a basketball.

You will need to keep a couple of inches from the edge of the dough for this.

You don’t want the edge to be too tight or it will stick to your hand and be difficult to roll out.

It should look like this.

It’s pretty easy to roll it out, but it can get quite sticky.

Once the dough is rolled out, put it in a plastic bag.

Cover it with plastic wrap and freeze for at least 4 hours.

The longer the dough stays frozen, the softer and flakier it will be.

The rice is very soft and will turn into a nice crisp roll with the filling in the middle.

If the rice does stick to the edges, it can be removed and cut into smaller pieces with a paring knife.

When it’s done, the rice will be nice and soft.

If it gets too soft, you could cut it into smaller chunks.

If there’s still some leftover rice in the dough, roll it up into balls and serve.

The filling is also great with the rice, but the rice can be used for any other type of rice dish, from quinoa pancakes to rice pilaf.

If your rice rolls aren’t quite thick enough, you’ll want another 1/1 cup (125g) of vegetable shortener to help bind the rice together.

Serve the rice with some fresh fruit or even some of the veggies in the vegetable mixture.