Forbidden Rice Pudding.

Tuesday 20th September 2011

Over the course of writing this blog, & administering the Facebook group I started to accompany the blog, friends & family have sent me some fantastic recipes. Some of them have been within my comfort zone, others have not. I got sent this a while back & it’s been sitting in my inbox waiting to be made.

Rice pudding is such an old fashioned dessert. My wife & I have very vivid memories of eating it as kids. Straight from the oven, creamy & comforting. This recipe did not not disappoint. The sweet mango contrasted beautifully with the nutty, salty tasting rice.

Zephy & I sat on the edge of his bed & sampled the new twist on a very old favourite. As we savoured the taste, we locked eyes.

“Wow, that…is…looovely!” I said.

His eyes were nearly popping out of his head as he nodded.

“Yeah!” He said diving in for another spoonful.

Thank you Ruth, for thinking of us. šŸ™‚

I doubled the ingredients because it didn’t look like enough when it was dry, but once cooked there would have been enough for 3 servings, just. But nowhere near enough for a second helping. šŸ˜‰

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Ingredients.

60g Black glutinous rice.
40g Arborio risotto rice.
200ml water
1Ā½ tablespoon sugar
Ā½ teaspoon Maldon Sea salt
100ml Coconut milk.
1 mango (Optional)

Combine the black & arborio rice & rinse in a strainer until the water runs clear. Place in a small saucepan & add the water. Bring to the boil, then turn down & cover. Simmer until the water has been absorbed almost completely & the rice is chewy, about 25 minutes. If the rice is still hard, add a little more water & continue to cook for 5 to 10 minutes more.
Remove the cooked rice from the heat, strain & stir in the sugar and salt. Wait a minute for the sugar to dissolve, then stir in the coconut milk. Put into an oven proof dish & bake for 15 minutes. Serve with slices of mango.

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2 Responses to Forbidden Rice Pudding.

  1. roger edwards says:

    looks good. it sounds like it tasted good, by your text.

  2. Mistral Zagni says:

    This was so so scrumpcious. I loved the coconut flavour and the nutty texture of the rice. Perfect with fruit. So glad I got a couple of extra servings!

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