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    Question:Crockpot Rice Pudding #18831

    KWPaula
    Thu Sep 15, 2005 11:46 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Regarding recipe #18831,
    Hello icon_biggrin.gif

    As I am allergic to some milks I use Goats milk only. Now my questions are:
    No matter what size portion I put in for example say 4 portions the liquid amounts for the milk do not change. Do I have to alter the quantity of milk?
    Also will using goats milk instead of tinned milk be ok?
    I also assume the rice is raw?
    icon_confused.gif

    I want to make this in particular as my husband loves rice pudding and I hate making it in the oven. The crockpot can stay on all day and I can use the oven whilst the rice pudding is cooking. If possible I want to make it this weekend.
    Any help would be great I am fairly new to using the crockpot.
    Molly53
    Thu Sep 15, 2005 1:24 pm
    Forum Host
    KWPaula wrote:
    Regarding recipe #18831,
    Hello icon_biggrin.gif

    As I am allergic to some milks I use Goats milk only. Now my questions are:
    No matter what size portion I put in for example say 4 portions the liquid amounts for the milk do not change. Do I have to alter the quantity of milk?
    Also will using goats milk instead of tinned milk be ok?
    I also assume the rice is raw?
    icon_confused.gif

    I want to make this in particular as my husband loves rice pudding and I hate making it in the oven. The crockpot can stay on all day and I can use the oven whilst the rice pudding is cooking. If possible I want to make it this weekend.
    Any help would be great I am fairly new to using the crockpot.
    Looks like the rice is uncooked, goat's milk is ok (since it won't be evaporated, you might consider subbing it for some of the water called for in the recipe), and how many servings are you interested in making? If it were MY husband and he really loved rice pudding that much, I'd make the recipe as written and keep any overage in the frig for him to eat up as he wished.
    KWPaula
    Thu Sep 15, 2005 4:04 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thank you I think I will make the full amount in the recipe, as you said it can be eaten later on. icon_smile.gif
    KWPaula
    Fri Sep 16, 2005 11:14 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I could not wait for the weekend so I made the rice pudding today. It is great even I like it and I am not a milk pudding lover. It turned out lovely and thick I will be making this again.
    Next will be a fruit cobbler. I have never had a cobbler before and have found an easy recipe on this site so I will making it for my birthday.If that turns out as good as this then I will have two more puddings that will added to my ring binder.
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