Rice pudding

@shelly43 (1197)
Australia
July 16, 2008 5:38pm CST
can anyone out there tell me, how you make your rice pudding my dad just loves t he way i make mine but i would love to know how to make a few diff types of rice creams and rice puddings.. my dad is getting old and only likes soft food so as his loves his pudding i thought i would find out any great rice recipes for sweets or puddings.. HUGS
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@anawar (2406)
• United States
19 Jul 08
This is a secret recipe. I don't give it to anyone. Sorry I caught this question three days late, but I'll leave it here anyhow. You need 3 cups of milk, 1/2 cup of rice (uncooked) 1/2 cup of sugar 1 tsp of vanilla and one egg white (not mandatory) Boil the milk first. It can be tricky, you don't want it to scorch. Mix the sugar and rice together and add to the boiling milk. Stir in the vanilla. Sounds easy and it is, as long as you pay attention to the milk. You don't want it to boil over and you don't want it to sit there. You want a nice even simmer. Stir it around every once in awhile so it won't stick. It takes about 45 minutes to get the right consistency. You'll find what works for you. If you want to fluff it up, after you turn it into a serving bowl, fold in one slightly stiff beaten egg white. You're done.
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@shelly43 (1197)
• Australia
19 Jul 08
thank you sooooooo much for this secret recipe lol i just printed it out and will make it one day soon, and be sure i wont tell a soul.. thanks so much hugsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
@anawar (2406)
• United States
19 Jul 08
Okay I appreciate your secrecy. Let me know how it works out if you get a chance. It took me a few years to get it just right, but then, I'm not so good in the kitchen.
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• United States
17 Jul 08
Personally, rice pudding is the best way to eat rice! My rice pudding consists of getting a batch of rice nice and ready, add freshly whipped cream and a beaten egg, and stir it all up over low heat. Then, I add sugar/splenda/stevia/sweetener of choice, a bit of salt, and whatever flavorings (usually vanilla and almond -- or brandy!), and whatever fruits my guy wants in it. I cook it until everything is nice and creamy, and I then pour it into bowls to be refrigerated or served. Yum! It's so excellent.
• United States
17 Jul 08
Forgot to add that the amount of sugar depends on how you're serving it. If you're going to serve it with a fruit syrup, you don't add as much sugar. If you're going to serve it without the fruit syrup, add as much sugar as you like!
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@shelly43 (1197)
• Australia
17 Jul 08
wow sounds yummyyyyy i will try that and get back to you with how it turneed out..thanks soo much HUGS
@MsTickle (24756)
• Australia
26 Jul 08
My Dad loves his creamed rice as well and I must admit, I quite like it too. It's very easy to eat. I don't have a specific recipe of my own, I just use the one in an old everyday cookery book I have. I'd be interested in a few different ideas as well.