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Classic Rice Pudding

Release Date: 11-05-2009
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Well done Ms. Elif, the photo looks very nice. I'm sure it tastes like that.

milk dessert
Rice pudding

Ingredients for the Classic Rice Pudding Recipe

  • 1 liter milk
  • One finger missing from 1 teaspoon of rice
  • 1 teaspoons of sugar

How to Make Classic Rice Pudding Recipe?

  1. Boil the milk and rice for a long time on low heat. The rice will open and disperse well, the milk will thicken thanks to the rice.
  2. I don't add starch because I don't like the taste, it's artificial. It keeps the same consistency when it is boiled for a long time and it is very tasty.
  3. When the rice is well cooked, add the sugar.
  4. Taste it, you can make it with more sugar according to your wish.
  5. It has a very nice consistency with these measurements. Those who eat it like it a lot, try it too, I hope you like it... ENJOY...

Prepared by: Elif Satman

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"Classic Rice Pudding5 comments for ”

  • on May 03, 2014 at 19:14

    Hello there
    This recipe was added in 09, I don't think I will get an answer. But let me ask anyway. Milk and rice will be boiled for a long time. How long is it? 30 min? 45 min?

  • on July 27, 2009 at 17:27

    good luck to your hands, don't you boil the rice pudding with a little water, you put milk directly and you didn't add a pinch of salt, I wondered its taste, you should try it here, greetings

  • on May 23, 2009 at 11:44

    I'm glad you like it, lady Emine... bon appetit... well done...

  • on May 15, 2009 at 19:18

    my niece will be a little more than half a tea glass, the rice will be less than 1 tea glass, so something in between... you can put it in half a glass, but it will have a watery consistency... don't put it in 1 glass, it will be like rice :)) take it easy...

  • on May 15, 2009 at 15:31

    I wonder if 1 finger missing from 1 tea glass is equivalent to half a tea glass or is it a little more? I would be very pleased if you write an answer, it looks like a practical and beautiful recipe, love and good luck to you, Ms. Elif..


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