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Your most delicious rice pud recipe?

(13 Posts)
HecatePropylaea Tue 06-Nov-12 19:54:30

I normally just bung in the pudding rice, milk, nutmeg and caster sugar.

Got anything nicer?

mmmmmchocolate Tue 06-Nov-12 20:29:00

Try replacing some of the milk for cream for a more fatty pud smile

Use a darker sugar to give it a caramel/toffee flavour.

My DD's like it with lemon curd stired through.

My fave at the moment is using a tin on coconut milk (just the set part, pour off the water) and just stiring that through while it's hot to melt it. Omm nom nom smile

lolalotta Wed 14-Nov-12 06:14:54

I make it like you do but serve it with a really good quality vanilla ice cream!!!! grin

feetheart Wed 14-Nov-12 06:25:00

Slow cooker - 2 pints milk, 1 tin evaporated milk, 150g pudding rice, 150g sugar, grated nutmeg. Stir all together, leave to brew stirring once or twice. Mmmmm, I now have a yearning for rice pudding for breakfast smile

missmartha Wed 14-Nov-12 10:50:22

As the OP but with a blob of butter and nutmeg grated on the top, not stirred in.

That way you get a nutmeggy skin on the pud.

Rice pudding ice cream is fan-bloody-tastic too.

multitaskmama Wed 14-Nov-12 13:08:21

Hi,
I use the same ingredients as you, but I add roseewater or vanilla essence and after its set, I add some crushed nuts:

Rice Pudding

Nicky1306 Tue 27-Nov-12 20:37:45

I use half milk half coconut milk x x

Drladybird Wed 28-Nov-12 08:37:07

I make a version with star anise It is naturally sweet so needs no sugar. It's a hit in our house!

My gran's spanish version: lemon zest and cinamon. Yum!

Katisha Wed 28-Nov-12 09:43:09

Open tin of ambrosia. Eat direct from tin with spoon. Can't be beaten.

PoppyAmex Wed 12-Dec-12 12:35:48

My gran's spanish version: lemon zest and cinamon. Yum!

Yes, my (Portuguese) mother always did hers like that and it is delicious - not to mention the whole house smells divine for hours!

thinkfast Wed 19-Dec-12 16:10:45

Lemon zest yum yum

FeeFoo Wed 19-Dec-12 22:09:55

I love to add saffron and roughly chopped pistachios. Pure ambrosia smile

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