I’m persuaded that there are two sorts of individuals in this world: the individuals who never had great rice pudding and the individuals who can in a split second be shipped back to a family kitchen table when they eat it! I’m unquestionably in the subsequent classification.
Nothing feels more like home to me than a bowl of this delectable pastry. I experienced childhood with it!
Rich, velvety rice pudding is scrumptious warm or cold, and delicately spiced with simply a trace of cinnamon. It’s the coziest, most ameliorating sweet of all! We love it with stout brilliant raisins!
This antiquated treat is an example that is definitive in smooth solace in a bowl. Serve it warm and it’s ideal for cold winter evenings. Or then again chill it in the refrigerator for an awesome warm climate treat!
I like to add only a tad of cinnamon to enhance the rice pudding, yet I’m not cumbersome with the flavors since it could without much of a stretch overwhelm the exemplary kinds of this pastry. More cinnamon can be sprinkled over the highest point of each filling in as a topping, whenever wanted.
You can forget about the raisins, on the off chance that you’re not into them. However, there is a brilliant thing about the explosions of sweet full brilliant raisins in the smooth rice pudding that I love, in spite of not being a tremendous raisin fan in any case.
Indeed! Certainly, feel free to utilize extra rice when making rice pudding! It’s an extraordinary method to dodge food waste and go through extras in another and diverse manner. Medium-grain rice makes for the creamiest, best rice pudding, in our experience, however, you could make rice pudding with long-grain rice or even earthy colored rice, in the event that you needed to.
- Heat the saucepan on a medium-high flame
- Add 3 cups of milk and ¼ cup of sugar to it
- Stir well until the sugar is completely dissolves
- Add ½ cup of heavy cream in it and again keep stirring
- Add 2 tbsp of Butter, ¼ tsp of cinnamon powder, 1 tsp of vanilla essence, and ¼ cup of raisins to it
- Keep stirring and cook for 2 more minutes
- Turn off the flame when the mixture is saucy