Option 1 - Wash the rice grains, spread it on a piece of cotton cloth, and sun it.
Option 2 - Heat in a pan, on a medium flame, for about 5 minutes; stir continuously.
Option 3 - Microwave for 1.5 to 2 mins on medium power, and spread on a steel or porcelain dish to cool.
Tip: Grind in a mixer (or a stone grinder, if you love it the traditional way) until it's a slightly coarse powder.
Spices: Turmeric powder, red chilli powder, salt, aamchoor (you may use a few drops of lemon juice instead); as per pereference.
1 - Turn the slices in the order that you laid them on the pan to avoid burning.
2 - Take off the slices in the center first, and push the outer ones closer until all of them are evenly colored (or not, as you wish).
3 - For crunchier slices, heat 'em longer on the lowest flame.
Tip: You may not drip the oil, if you're not in love with your healthy heart and don't care about that darn BMI.
Tip: For those mushy-sappy folks who like to give their own touch to anything they do, you may serve it in a way that depicts your true personality.
Note: It's a side dish, but our* absolute love for it tempts us into making dinner-sized quantities that we gobble up in 5 minutes!
* Me a fan since childhood, when mamma used to make these as a treat, and the hubs who HATES brinjal and ABHORS baingan-ka-bharta too, but throughly loves these!
Note: You can also try the same with potatoes, slightly raw pumpkins, and neerphaNas (I have no idea what they call it in English or Hindi, but it's a miniature version of jackfruit, never turns sweet, and is used to make subzis... know this?)
Update: Hunting the internet grounds brought me to what I think is the closest to or may be the same as neerphaNas--the breadfruit.