Prep 0 mins
Cook 2 hrs
From our local newspaper. The few changes I made were to use basmati rice for plain white rice. You could use jasmine rice if you wish. Most importantly, the original recipe said to cook the pudding three to four hours, but in my Proctor Silex slow cooker, the rice was done in two hours. (I don't know if the reason that happened may have been that I started with hot cooked rice.)
- Butter the inside of a 2-2 1/2 quart slow cooker.
- Mix all the ingredients together in the crock pot.
- Cover and cook on LOW 2-2 1/2 hours or until liquid is absorbed. (^^Read intro.^^).
- Serve warm.
This was very tasty for DH, DD (toddler) and I. I used unsalted butter, white Basmati rice cooked without salt, dark raisins, no alcohol vanilla paste, freshly ground cardamom which I think made it more delicious, heavy cream plus some water as that is what I had around, plus the cinnamon stick. The look after the milk had being absorbed was slightly caramel colour which did not look too good but the taste!!! I would make this again with half-and-half and maybe no raisins but I actually thought they were good in this one. Made for Ramadan Tag 2010.
I started this about 3 hrs ago and made it as directed using Basmati (I always have it in the house). First time that I have ever done rice pudding in the crock pot and it turned out great. I took the crock out and let it stand on the counter until DH got home for lunch and he's enjoying a big warm dish of it now. I used some heavy cream as I had a liter in the fridge that was a couple of day's past it's date. DH thinks that he's being spoiled and maybe he is, lol. Excellent pudding with very little pudding.
Always on the look for good recipes for my DDs breakfast. This one I enjoyed myself( yes,it was the cardamon).I used long grain rice.Thanks for sharing.