6 Reviews

This was FABULOUS! It came out perfectly the first time I tried it and is now my new favorite comfort food. All the joy of ice cream, but you can eat it warm too!

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Jxenja March 22, 2005

It was awesome dish for a cold day. I tried to cook it with special rice named Gourmet Albufera White Rice that I found on on one internet store - Home delicatessen. All of my family said it was just right. Thanks alot for recipe!

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mikuwar March 19, 2016

This was just what I needed on a cold, blustery spring day. It was such a great antidote for my sweet tooth. And I had everything in my fridge already. Will definitely make this again.

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Carrie W. May 11, 2015

This is just like my norwegian grandma made! Perfect for the holidays.

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Krys in Cali December 23, 2010

Our family is 100% Norwegian & my grandma used to make this whenever we would come over. We called it rice mush. Brings back sooooo many memories. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

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First Creek January 21, 2008

A lob of butter in the middle and cinnamon and suggar sprinkled over is the usual way to eat it hot. The leftovers are used to make rice cream - just mix the leftovers with whipped cream and serve with a cold berry sauce - eg. strawberry or raspberry or a mix with blueberries. Sauce is made by taking the juice of the berries (clear/strained) and adding sugar and boiling until it thickens.

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Marianne in Switzerland May 08, 2005
Norwegian Rice