I made this recipe at the request of my son-in-law for rice pudding. I had several recipes printed out, and I'm so glad I used this one. It turned out really creamy and it was good warm or cold. I sprinkled cinnamon on top, and we ate every bite!
Very creamy - I love it! And quite easy! I started with about 2 1/2 cups cooked long grain rice and 1/2c cooked jasmine rice (both leftover in the fridge), nuked it for a few minutes and followed the recipe from there with the scalded milk. I also subbed 1/2c light cream for the last of the milk since I didn't have quite enough. I was afraid the jasmine rice would be too strong/fragrant, but it turned out fine. At the end I added a little cinnamon to suit my taste as well. What a great, easy recipe - thanks for sharing! I will be making this again for sure.
I tried 4 different recipes in 3 day because I was sooo hungry for good homemade rice pudding. This one ended my search!I have to triple the batch so my husband at least gets a taste!
I loved this recipe. It was fairly quick & easy & delicious!
Excellent! So creamy and yummy!
Very easy recipe. I to used frozen pre-cooked rice (jasmin rice) from Trader Joes. I used a double boiler and actually put all the ingedients together at one time and then just whisked it occasionally as it cooked. When it finally was thick enough I removed it from the stove. It was the easiest and quickest creamy rice pudding recipe ever. Thanks so much Rodger!
YUMM! I used rice from the freezer (defrosted) and added about 1T of dark molasses because I love the flavor. This was awesome and easy to prepare.
I used a few pieces of lemon zest, added cranberries instead of raisins, it was a big hit with all of us. Also was the only thing my 9 month old baby could keep down during a vicious bout with the flu-outstanding recipe, will make many times.
Very good! We had this for dessert tonite after eating Maid-Rite Sandwiches for dinner. Tasty meal!
This is hands-down the best rice pudding I have ever ate! I added cinnamon, nutmeg and a pinch of allspice at the end. I left out the raisins. This recipe is creamy and simply phenominal!