Banana, Mango, Apple Rice Kugel

"Creamy, fruity, comfort food! Very easy! Great dessert! Give it a try for breakfast! Have it hot or cold."
 
Banana, Mango, Apple Rice Kugel created by Heydarl
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  • Add all of the ingredients and mix well.
  • Put in well greased casserole dish.
  • Cover and bake for for 1 hour at 350°F, mixing half way through.
  • Top with additional cinnamon, sugar, and coconut flakes to taste last 15 minutes (uncovered).
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  1. UmmBinat
    I love the smell of this cooking. I love this warm from the oven! Not as tasty room temperature the next day. I loved that it was slightly sweet not too much. This was my first experience of a Kugel. I used cooked white Basmati rice with just a little sea salt in it and no fat, sweet butter (unsalted), evaporated milk in place of the heavy cream as that is what I had on hand but I'm sure the cream would make this creamier and if I make this for guests I would use the heavy cream, I opted out of adding raisins, used extra apple as another reviewer said she would (one red delicious & one granny smith) I would use a sweet apple and no granny smith next time, I would also cut the banana a bit smaller next time as well. I had to omit the mango as I didn't have any and then went out and bought canned peach for next time forgetting it called for mango. (Will update when I make it with the peach *did that and it just wasn't as good, DH didn't like it). I used organic cane sugar (no headaches), plus the rest of the ingredients. I may make this again! Originally made for Veggie Swap #49 ~ August ~
     
  2. UmmBinat
    I love the smell of this cooking. I love this warm from the oven! Not as tasty room temperature the next day. I loved that it was slightly sweet not too much. This was my first experience of a Kugel. I used cooked white Basmati rice with just a little sea salt in it and no fat, sweet butter (unsalted), evaporated milk in place of the heavy cream as that is what I had on hand but I'm sure the cream would make this creamier and if I make this for guests I would use the heavy cream, I opted out of adding raisins, used extra apple as another reviewer said she would (one red delicious & one granny smith) I would use a sweet apple and no granny smith next time, I would also cut the banana a bit smaller next time as well. I had to omit the mango as I didn't have any and then went out and bought canned peach for next time forgetting it called for mango. (Will update when I make it with the peach *did that and it just wasn't as good, DH didn't like it). I used organic cane sugar (no headaches), plus the rest of the ingredients. I may make this again! Originally made for Veggie Swap #49 ~ August ~
     
  3. Heydarl
    Banana, Mango, Apple Rice Kugel Created by Heydarl
  4. Heydarl
    I'm loving this recipe. I left out the raisins & substituted with drained crushed pineapple. I also used coconut cream instead of heavy cream, partly because it's what I had on hand & partly due to dairy intolerance. I had to try this when I removed from the oven tonight, but will be eating most of it for breakfast for the rest of the week - think I'll warm this up in the microwave, as I love it warm. Thanks Rita for sharing this lovely recipe.
     
  5. Yello Kim
    Its true my whole house smelled wonderful! I might add more apple next time and maybe some more seasonings. Don't get me wrong it was very good but I needed an extra punch of flavor. I should have used fresh cinnimon.
     
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