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Old 11-16-2012, 02:20 PM   #1
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Can someone post a recipe for Rice pudding with raisins? Thank you.
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Old 11-16-2012, 02:28 PM   #2
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Rice pudding is so variable. It's something that you just use what u have

It's not a recipe but I start with preferably short grain white Rice ( but long grain i have used also. it cAn be cooked leftovers or raw) throw in pot with half and half or milk or whatever you have, add sugar/Splenda to your liking, and as it absorbs the milk add more depending on how firm you like it. I usually add raisins towards the middle so they don't implode.

I don't really like cinnamon or cardamom in mine bc I think it overpowers it. Sometimes I add orange flower or rose water. Chocolate. Whatever
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Old 11-16-2012, 02:38 PM   #3
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I shall give this a try and see how it comes out..Thank you..
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Old 11-16-2012, 05:49 PM   #4
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You can also create a rice pudding with leftover rice. Mix your standard egg custard, mix in leftover rice and chill. Season according to taste. I have done it both ways. An excellent way to use up loftover rice.
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You can also create a rice pudding with leftover rice. Mix your standard egg custard, mix in leftover rice and chill. Season according to taste. I have done it both ways. An excellent way to use up loftover rice.
I need to try this egg custard version. I Hear good things
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Old 11-16-2012, 06:44 PM   #6
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I have a Baked Rice Pudding recipe that my mum always uses

Baked Rice Pudding

It is delicious, especially served with some cream
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I have a Baked Rice Pudding recipe that my mum always uses

Baked Rice Pudding

It is delicious, especially served with some cream
My kids always had to have milk pooured over it. My daughter loves it with raisins. But then she loves anything with raisins.
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Oh yes, mum sometimes add sultanas

I love mums bread and butter pudding too, YUM!!

Milk over the pudding sounds lovely too Ads
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Oh yes, mum sometimes add sultanas

I love mums bread and butter pudding too, YUM!!

Milk over the pudding sounds lovely too Ads
Any pudding that has custard as a base is a winner in this family. I buy the loaf of Pepperidge Farms Cinnamon Bread for the bread pudding. And I do leave the crust of the bread. It too has clumps of cinnamon in it. Why waste even a small taste of heaven.
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Ooh yes, love custard in anything
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