Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Baking with Heathers World- Rice Pudding

Hey everyone,

First of I just want to apologise for how late this post is going up. I have had a very busy weekend and a busy Monday as well. So for this weeks instalment we decided to make rice pudding. Now I am not a huge fan of rice pudding but my mum is and its something she used to make as a child growing up.

The recipe we used was on the back of the pudding rice packet although we did alter it a bit to suit us.  We used more evaporated milk and a little bit of normal milk to help thicken it. Here is what we used.

The ingredients you will need is:

  • 100g Pudding Rice,
  • 30g Caster Sugar
  • 340ml Evaporated Milk 
  • 230ml Normal Milk 
  • 10g butter

The First thing we did was measure out the pudding rice and the caster sugar.  We then put this into a small casserole bowl. We then proceeded to measure out the evaporated milk and normal milk and added them into the bowl as well.

Once all the ingredients was added we stirred them all together for around 2 minutes until it was fully mixed in. The next thing we did was to put the lid on the dish and put it into the centre of the oven on gas mark 2 for around 30 minutes.

After the 30 minutes was up we took the dish out of the oven, by this time the rice should have started to swell up. We then proceeded to add the butter to the dish and mix well. You then can put it back into the oven for a further 30 minutes.

Once that 30 minutes was up take it out again give it a stir. At this point you can add grated nutmeg if you choose to but that's down to personal preference.

Finally put it back into the oven for a further 30 minutes without the lid on. Once you take it out the pudding should be thick and creamy. Their you have it rice pudding. I didn't get many pictures of this one as we didn't start it till after 8pm saturday night and we was having our tea in between making it.
I hope you liked this post. Stay tuned because we are making Jam Tarts on Saturday.

What I would like to know is what recipes would you like to see on the blog next?

Thanks for reading,
Until next time,
Heathers world.


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