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I used a brown/white rice blend (all I had) and it came out great!! Omitted the butter (didn't think it was necessary for flavor or conistency) and added cinnamon - came out wonderful!
Delicious! My family loved this. Easy to make and superb flavor.
This was really good. I added an extra egg and a heavy dash of cinnamon. Then topped it off with whipped cream and the family loved it! Worth doing again for sure!
This was amazing! It didn't really taste like the rice pudding I would get at my local Indian restaurant, but still very good. It was more like vanilla pudding with rice in it. I was a bit worried that it wasn't going to thicken enough, but I just let it stay on low for another 10 minutes, and it was perfect! I left out the raisins and added a tiny bit of cinnamon and nutmeg. I'm thinking that next time I'll add a bit of clove. All and all, I will definitely make this again! Thanks Barb!
So crrrrreamy, easy and quick! I used brown rice and 1/4 c splenda but it still came out so good! Definate comfort food, thanks so much for the recipe.
This is very good and very easy. I added cinammon and will probably cut sugar to 1/4 cup next time.
I had never made rice pudding before but I always order it when we go to Indian food. This was an easy recipe to follow. I was skeptical as the only way I had ever made pudding was straight from a box. I omitted the raisins and did add cinnamon. It's warm, comfort food at its finest.
My mom always made baked rice pudding and now that she has passed I do not have her recipe, searching for a recipe I found yours and so glad I did, easy and delish. Thanks
Today was the first day of Spring 2010 and it was just plain nasty outside. I dislike driving to get something from the store on days like this. I wanted rice pudding and found this recipe on another site but I prefer zaar. This is very close to store bought versions I have tried recently and very yummy!! My tummy thanks you!