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I love rice pudding (without raisins, of course!) and this may be the best I've tried. Quick, creamy, easy, and a great use for leftover rice. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama December 25, 2008

I really, really enjoyed this rice pudding. I used cooked brown rice instead of white rice as a personal preference. The pudding is creamy and delicious! Thanks for posting.

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TaterBug! :) March 06, 2008

This was so yummy. I used leftover jasmine rice, which was still so delicious. My family loves jasmine rice. Added the raisins and topped off with cinnamon at serving. It was really good.

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Catfuzz August 22, 2013

This is delicious! Exactly what I was craving! I made some changes- used 1/2c of sugar (which I thought was perfect, but my husband said he likes it a tiny bit sweeter), put the rice in while the milk was warming/bubbling (helps break down the rice a bit and heats it), and left it on the stove for 20 minutes. Now I am wondering, are the eggs cooked or just heated through? I'm going to eat it regardless because it is SO good! haha! Just wondering....

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Chef Ali L January 13, 2012

This was a very creamy and very sweet dish. After reading other comments, I reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup and it was still very sweet. Also, next time I would use a hand mixer while whisking the eggs into the warm milk mixture - I thought my arm was going to fall off from whisking (scrambled egg bits in your pudding is the worst). There probably won't be a next time though as I really prefer a less pudding-y rice pudding, and much less sweetness, so I will be looking for a different recipe to try.

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AnneWisconsin October 02, 2010

This turned out great! I tripled the recipe as I had 6 cups of leftover basmati to use up! I didn't add the raisins and I sprinkled in cinnamon instead of nutmeg as that's what I prefer. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Cadillacgirl August 28, 2010

I just made this. It turned out super creamy and delicious! I scaled it up to use 3 cups of rice. Mannnn I love the flavour! The only thing I did was cut the sugar by about 1/8 cup, and next time I'd cut it down a bit more, it's pretty sweet. Not that sweet is a bad thing! I'll be eating this ALL DAY. Yum! Thank you Chef!!!

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iglowforyou May 02, 2010

This was great!!! The perfect way to get rid of my left over rice. My kids didn't think they'd like it but they were wrong :-) Thanks for posting this great recipe!

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Cheri-Beri January 28, 2010

This was very yummy! I enjoyed this more than my old recipe, because this is really like pudding! It's very yummy! I added some cinnamon to the batch, but that was the only change. Thanks!

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Kyene August 29, 2009

We made this on a very cold and snowy Sunday afternoon. It was nice to have something warm but it came out way too sweet. We did not add raisins. My six year old (who loves sweets) had a few spoonfuls and said, "it's too sweet Mommy". It is not as creamy as I would like but it's ok for a quick dessert.

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