Home made rice pudding....Irrelevant

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  1. Pinkfly

    Pinkfly Mum of 2 boys & Pink bump

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    Hi :hi:

    Just thought I would share with you that I am just waiting for my home made rice pudding to finish cooking ummmmmmmm

    Gonna have a big steamin hot bowl of it with strawberry jam after my big chicken dinner ... :happydance:

    How I love enjoying food again :happydance: after not being able to eat properly for the last 6 months because of awful sickness...

    Thought I would share with you all xx
     
  2. MrsQ

    MrsQ Mummy to Mikey and bump

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    wanna share the recipe?
    x
     
  3. emalou90

    emalou90 Well-Known Member

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    mmmmmmmmm jealous :)
    my mum makes a lovely homemade rice pudding.
    make sure you put nutmeg on the top ;) xxxx
     
  4. abbysbaby

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    mmmmm gimme the recipe hehehehh
     
  5. daisydoo

    daisydoo Mummy to Oliver & Amelia

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    Yum how do you make it? xxxxxx
     
  6. Pinkfly

    Pinkfly Mum of 2 boys & Pink bump

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    Hee hee it's actually sooooooooo easy you wouldnt believe it!!..

    I got some pudding rice from morrisons..
    (In the ailse next to the flan bases etc tells you on the back the measurements) you just put the rice into a pan with milk (I used full fat) bring to the boil then add some sugar and simmer.....I have just tasted it and it is YUM! :happydance:

    Thing is I put too much rice in to begin with as I forgot how much it would expand :blush:
    So I emptied some out and added more milk and sugar and now its fab...

    OoOoh I forgot the nutmeg but I bet cinnamon etc would be nice too (Just a big dollop of jame for me) ...

    After the cake post the other day which is my other obsession I fancied something different give it a whirl girls...:thumbup: xxx
     
  7. emalou90

    emalou90 Well-Known Member

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    OH OH OH, ALSO... you can pop it into a glass dish, (pyrex) and pop it in the oven for a few minutes to brown the top off (sounds weird but yum) it thickens the top but leaves the underneath so so so yum.

    I agree, cinnamon would be lovely in it too! xxx
     
  8. Pinkfly

    Pinkfly Mum of 2 boys & Pink bump

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    ha ha that made me laugh - Yes I read when I was looking up recipes, not sure I would like the skin though.....Although it is in a pyrex dish now in the fridge ready for later suppose I could swing it in the oven on the way out....;) xx
     

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