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Creamy Baked Rice

Creamy Baked Rice created by katew

Comfort Food. Serve with a dollop of cream. Based on metric 250ml cup. White rice is usually used and more recently I have been using Doongara rice (low GI).

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2hrs 5mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 170 degree celsius.
  • Grease casserole dish.
  • Mix rice, sugar and milk together and place in the casserole dish.
  • Dot with butter and sprinkle on the nutmeg.
  • Bake in the oven for 2 hours, stirring occasionally.
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"Comfort Food. Serve with a dollop of cream. Based on metric 250ml cup. White rice is usually used and more recently I have been using Doongara rice (low GI)."
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  1. katew
    This is a fabulous recipe - so dead easy and so yummy to eat too. Mine cooked in a shorter time though so I am glad I was at home keeping an eye on it. It was eaten for dinner and then breakfast too - so great success.
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  2. katew
    Creamy Baked Rice Created by katew
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  3. NoraMarie
    Creamy Baked Rice Created by NoraMarie
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  4. WI Cheesehead
    I cooked this in a 325° oven for the 2 hours and it came out still a little liquidy. I'd say it only made about 1 cup worth, so it probably didn't expand enough. I used brown rice. I tried it and it tastes great. Maybe just a tad more sugar. I wonder if it would work in a crockpot? Or maybe I should try using quinoa.
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  5. ImPat
    Comfort Food. Serve with a dollop of cream. Based on metric 250ml cup. White rice is usually used and more recently I have been using Doongara rice (low GI).
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