Friday, June 10, 2011

Rice pudding


It is easy to make rice pudding with cooked rice, all you need to do is combine everything and cook on medium low heat to preferred consistency. This is a filling dessert and perfect for any season as it can be eaten cool or warm.
Ask an adult for help when using the cooker.

1 cup cooked rice
2 cups of milk
1/4 to 1/2 cup condensed milk or more to taste
1/4 tsp saffron strands
1 tsp rose water
1/4 tsp cardamom powder
1/2 cup or more combination of nuts

Cook the rice till it is soft with water and a pinch of salt, salt is optional. It is faster and easier to use fully or half cooked rice. A good way to use leftover rice.

Chop or use a mortar and pestle to coarsely break the nuts. I used almonds, pistachios and cashews. Nuts are optional.

Milk can be replaced with water and more condensed milk combined or other types of milk such as cream, soya milk.

Cardamom, saffron and rose water adds wonderful flavour, but it can be omitted.

Add milk to the cooked rice with condensed milk, cardamom, saffron and cook again on low medium heat till the rice is soft and milk has absorbed into the rice.
Consistency depends on the preference. Keep stirring frequently to make sure the milk is absorbed and to prevent burning. Add the nuts and rose water towards the end. Mix and cook for about 2 minutes. Serve warm or cold.

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14 comments:

  1. Is this like the Indian dish Kheer? :D It looks like it and it is sooo yummi I have to make it today! :D Thanks for that, dear sister.

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  2. We usually add raising also :) It's a great recipe. Nicely done!

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  3. I love rice pudding but I have never tried one with this flavoring before. I am looking forward to trying it, and I think I may have found a new favorite.

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  4. My hubby would love this! Maybe he could even make it for himself :)

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  5. One of my mom's go to quick-desserts when we were growing up. :)

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  6. I have never made rice pudding. Does it always have condensed milk? Puddings kind of scare me but this doesn't look too hard. I love the flavor of cardamom.

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  7. thank you for the wonderful comments rice pudding is easy to make and enjoyed :)
    regards to condensed milk sugar can be substituted but I like the flavour and creaminess with the condensed milk in the rice pudding hope you get to try it with the condensed milk

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  8. This recipe looks delicious and you seem to be a great cook. Thanks for the comment on my post on citrus-zest fried rice. So happy to stop by here.

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  9. Ooh - love rice pudding and love your touch of using cooked rice. Lovely also with the cardamom in it and the condensed milk. Looks deliciously rich!

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  10. I love rice pudding! It's so simple and yet always a perfect dessert or snack!

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  11. RIce pudding with saffron looks really good!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  12. Creamy rice pudding - delicious, thanks for another nice recipe!

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  13. Rice pudding is one of my favorite desserts. I had never thought of using cardamom powder, but I will do that next time, how delicious!!

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