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I need a recipe that requires lots of milk! Savoury or sweet, I don't mind

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Mypopcornface Mon 08-Oct-12 20:49:33

I have loads of milk due to expire, what do I do with it? I'm no Nigella, so I need something easy, simple, quickly and yum.

suebfg Mon 08-Oct-12 20:50:31

pancakes
hot chocolate

Rice pudding - no contest!

Or cheese sauce for macaroni, cauli or lasagne.

NoWayNoHow Mon 08-Oct-12 20:54:31

How about a South Africa milk tart? Seriously yummy..

Rikalaily Mon 08-Oct-12 20:55:19

Rice pudding for sure, in the biggest dish you have... Then send some to me grin

discrete Mon 08-Oct-12 20:55:45

was going to say rice pudding too.

Just how much milk are we talking about here?

SofiaAmes Mon 08-Oct-12 21:05:11

Pork boiled in milk....yummy italian recipe. Get pork shoulder (traditionally done with pork loin, but I find they are too dry these days) tied up. Put a little oil in the bottom of a large pot, heat up, add rosemary. Brown pork shoulder on all sides (a few minutes per side). Add milk until pork shoulder is completely covered with milk. When milk comes to a boil, reduce temperature to a simmer (careful not to burn milk at bottom of pot). Add salt and pepper. Boil for 2+ hours. Turn shoulder every so often so it cooks evenly. Milk will boil down and turn slightly caramel color and eventually look lumpy and curdley (sorry doesn't sound great...but tastes amazing). I usually take meat out near end and finish boiling down of milk without meat in pot as it's hard to stir and keep it from burning with lump of meat in the middle. Serve pork sliced with spoonfuls of milk sauce. It's one of my kids' favorite dishes. (Freezes nicely too).

Beamur Mon 08-Oct-12 21:07:38

Pork in milk (as above) is delish.
Custard
Quiche
Horlicks grin

Wheresmycaffeinedrip Mon 08-Oct-12 21:09:04

Make cheese sauce and freeze??

PetiteRaleuse Mon 08-Oct-12 21:13:24

Toad in the hole, yorkshire puds, pancakes...

LordFlasheart Mon 08-Oct-12 21:16:59

fish pie, rice pudding. Or make milkshakes?

Omg - South African milk tart is so, so good: haven't had it for about ten years and may just have to make one soon!

crumpet Mon 08-Oct-12 21:20:10

Milk can be frozen.

Or make a big batch of white sauce and freeze in portions. Can then be defrosted and used simply as a bechamel sauce, or add cheese etc

Littlemissimpatient Mon 08-Oct-12 21:22:03

Cheese sauce, pancakes, hot chocolate.
Hot milk on cereal for breakfast/supper.
Angel delight or custard.
Smoked fish cooked in milk

Inneedofbrandy Mon 08-Oct-12 21:22:59

Rice pudding.

You can freeze milk btw.

QuintessentialShadows Mon 08-Oct-12 21:24:29

A nice and easy rice pudding is boiled on the hob with risotto rice.

PurpleGeekyGirl Mon 08-Oct-12 21:24:36

Ras malai, nom!

Blu Mon 08-Oct-12 21:25:44

Cauliflower cheese
Ice ceam - the sort with a custard base

Drladybird Tue 09-Oct-12 11:29:29

Has anyone suggested macaroni cheese?
A bit of a left field one:Carrot and Cashew Nut Pudding

multitaskmama Tue 09-Oct-12 20:50:49

Try this really simple rosewater rice pudding.

You will use your milk, its quick, and its yummy:

http://www.healthyindianrecipes.co.uk/rosewater-rice-pudding/

multitaskmama Tue 09-Oct-12 20:51:23

Try this really simple rosewater rice pudding.

You will use your milk, its quick, and its yummy:

www.healthyindianrecipes.co.uk/rosewater-rice-pudding/

div22c Wed 10-Oct-12 10:10:01

If it goes off, you can make paneer. Bring the milk upto simmering point, add 1/4 cup of white vinegar or lemon juice or 1/2 cup natural live yoghurt. Turn off heat and cover for 5 minutes - greenish liquid should separate from the milk solids. Drain in a cheesecloth or sieve lined with 3-4 layers of kitchen towels. Use the paneer in a curry or just like ricotta. Or mix the crumbly paneer with chopped spring onions, coriander, salt and pepper, use the mixture to make toasties.

ilovemydogandMrObama Wed 10-Oct-12 10:10:52

macaroni and cheese

steppemum Wed 10-Oct-12 10:40:36

Have you got a freezer? I freeze milk all the time, it freezes well and tastes fine

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