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this was definitely a great way to use up the remaining short rice grains i had laying around (i traditionally use long-grain)... i added a little more sugar because i liked mine sweeter than the recipe called for... i also tried mine with slightly cooked raspberries in caramelized sugar: DE-LISH!!!

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jmann_07 July 09, 2010

A lovely way to use up some leftover rice. I added some maple extract to mine & served with blueberries in syrup, yum! Even toddler DD ate this & she normally doesn't eat rice. Thanks for posting!

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**Mandy** May 18, 2009

I remembered having this when I was young, but Mom just warmed it up, didn't cook it to creamy. I love it this way. I used brown rice and didn't add sugar. It only needed a little agave nectar added to my bowl. Added some raisins while cooking. I had to simmer it for only 7 minutes and it was plenty done.

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WI Cheesehead October 25, 2008

I usually use left over Jasmine rice and add sugar and coconut milk to it. This is similar and just as yummy. I made this in the microwave and used bananas rather than berries.

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Ilysse January 03, 2008

Nice comfort food! I made with gound cardamom and fresh strawberries. Thanks for the 5 STAR breakfast!

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Rita~ May 31, 2005

I was raised on eating rice with sugar & milk. that;s what everyone eats in La. GREAT recipe!!!

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shardridge August 03, 2007
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