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Rice pudding |

rice-puddingThis is another of those special winter desserts. Drizzle with a little Maple syrup if you have, it makes all the difference. Hot Desserts are your best friend in winter and you are going to want to try this one and one of the others.

If you love the warm feeling as you open the oven and that just baked smell wafts out with a hint of almost burning sugar, you are an addict like me…. and you are going to love every one of these homey hot desserts.

Bread and butter pudding

Sago pudding

Malva Pudding

What you need

3 eggs
half cup sugar
3 cups milk
Nutmeg
2 teaspoons vanilla essence
2 cups cooked rice
2 cups seedless raisins

The Process

Beat together the eggs, sugar and vanilla essence until creamy then add the milk and beat well.

Add the raisins and gently combine into the mixture.

Place the cooked rice into the dish, or divide into equal p[ortions in rammikins, then pour the misture over the rice in a large buttered dish or into rammikins with small bits of butter scattered on top then sprinkle generously with nutmeg.

Place dish/rammikins into roasting pan with enough water to reach half way up the sides and bake at 150 Celsius for 45 – 60 minutes or until set.

Tip: Stir gently and occasionally during the first 20 minutes of baking.

Serve warm with a little cream.

If you enjoy this type of hot dessert recipe, you will love the Malva pudding recipe.


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10 Responses to “Rice pudding”

  1. Olivia says:

    Hi Graham, I would like to try making rice pudding myself…it reminds me when my mom was still with us. My husband and daughter does not like raisins…can this me ommitted completely? If so will the rest of the ingredients quantities remain the same?
    Thanks for your “cookbook” it is a real inspiration!

    • Graham says:

      Hi Olivia, I know what you mean, rice pudding is a real old pudding that also brings back memories, for me of my Grandmother… You can leabe them out, don’t change the quantities, just cook it a little longer until it is the right consistency, you will need to evaporate a little more liquid, enjoy it G

  2. Simon says:

    What a great recipe. Happy new year. I am starting 2011 off with the rice pudding.

  3. andymav says:

    Hi Graham, How many people does this serve about?

  4. Karla says:

    Hi Graham, I mae this rice pudding tonight and it came out perfectly and delicious! I am acually having some right now. Thanks alot

  5. Cathy says:

    When does the rice get added? 🙂

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