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Rice Pudding With Chai Spices

Rice Pudding With Chai Spices created by justcallmejulie

Found this recipe in a Gourmet magazine a few years back. A wonderful and creamy combination of flavors. Good warm or cold!

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  • Stir milk, rice, sugar, and salt in heavy large saucepan over high heat until sugar dissolves and mixture comes to boil.
  • Reduce heat to medium-low and gently simmer uncovered until pudding is thick and rice is tender, stirring frequently, about 45 minutes.
  • Mix in ginger and spices.
  • Spoon warm into bowls, or chill in refrigerator for several hours.
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"Found this recipe in a Gourmet magazine a few years back. A wonderful and creamy combination of flavors. Good warm or cold!"
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  1. justcallmejulie
    Rice Pudding With Chai Spices Created by justcallmejulie
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  2. justcallmejulie
    I liked the idea of chai spiced rice pudding, but I envisioned something much creamier than the end result. As you can see in my picture, it is on the sticky side, not creamy at all. I did follow the directions and I stirred frequently over low heat. Since I do like the concept, I will try to make chai rice pudding again, but with a different technique - less rice, more milk and slow cooked in the oven perhaps. Also, I would opt for different spices than this recipe suggests, the chai I enjoy has cardamom, cinnamon and cloves – and I would like to see them cooked in the milk, rather than folded into the end result. Steeping a tea bag in the milk for a moment might impart a more authentic flavor as well. Lastly, I think that a hint of crystallized ginger would be preferable as a garnish. It just added to the sticky consistency. All that aside, it’s not a bad dessert, just not what was expected, based on the intro that said it was “creamy.”
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  3. C in PA
    Found this recipe in a Gourmet magazine a few years back. A wonderful and creamy combination of flavors. Good warm or cold!
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