Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Baked Rice Pudding


Brings back memories. Mum and her Indian rice pudding. The one, all ingredients in one and over the stove making rice pudding (Pineapple Bread Pudding). Mothers those days? Have you realise they like the overdosing of sugar into desserts? By Far. As far as I know (Marble Cake, Chocolate Rum Tart & Poached Pears In Citrus Syrup). Indeed. And of course rice, we Indians I think are one of the biggest consumers of rice. In fact, I am one of them. Rice is my love. Forever (Jeera/Cumin Rice, Lemon Cashew Rice, Rice Congee With Condiments & Anchovies Fried Rice). When left over rice is a concern, generally, the recipes I have already attached are the indicators to our, one of it, one of our fav Malaysian dish. Nasi Goreng or Fried Rice. But not necessarily must be. You can, trust me, believe me, make this Baked Rice Pudding from leftover cooked white rice. Yes. I did it. What should hold you back? Nonetheless, I decided it should be the baked version instead of over the stove like my mums. Pretty much I think we need the common ingredients and cherries? They are so lovely. Prettiness for a simple deco right?

Ingredients
3 cups leftover cooked white rice
1 cup milk (can use either carton or coconut milk)
1/2 cup softened salted butter
1 tsp vanilla essence
1 cup brown sugar (or as per taste)
10 red cherries - chopped
Method
Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
Place paper cases into a muffin tray.
Divide rice mixture into equal portions.
Add into each paper cases.
Bake at preheated oven at 180c for about 40 mins or until the top becomes golden brown.
Remove and cool down.
Optional: either served as it is or chilled.









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24 comments:

  1. The pudding look's really nice umph! ms.nava k, i wish im a good cook like u :D

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  2. Made of rice? This is something new to me. Wonderful idea instead of the usual fried rice for leftover rice. Lovely, dear!

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  3. Oh yum, just saw this on FB and had to come for a visit, I know I've been rubbish and a bit irregular with the commenting these days, trying to do so much at once! As you know, living in Malaysia, it's the fasting month. Because it's summer, we start at 3 and don't break our fast until 9 pm! Doesn't leave me with much energy as I don't get my caffeine fix!
    Enough about me, I love rice pudding! I have never used leftover rice before, always using pudding rice. Coconut milk? That's a new one for me, I will have to try it this weekend for buka puasa! Thanks for the idea!

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  4. I like the way you presented it. So appetising!

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  5. I coming over there, looks delicious.

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  6. Leftover turn into creative delicious dessert,I love that you adding the red cherries,beautiful color !!

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  7. Hi Nava! I didn't know you could do this with leftover rice! Looks good, and I'm going to give it a try soon!

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  8. is nice... I think I could ask my wife to do it..

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  9. Not a fan of cherries unless its fresh. I'll probably add fresh berries or dried cranberries:D

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  10. hi nava, never seen this before- you sure are veru innovative- and they look pretty too. yum yum, love to try this out.\have a nice day

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  11. This is really amazing

    Event: Dish name starts with N

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  12. That's the best use of leftover rice. I usually do your 2nd and 3rd suggestion at my home but will soon try the third one. it will be a nice change.

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  13. feel like try to bake this but but but no time T.T

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  14. This is interesting, never have a baked version of rice pudding, what a great use of the leftover rice.

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  15. That is the coolest twist on rice pudding my friend, it looks incredible :D
    Nice work!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  16. great way to use up leftover rice... i usually end up making fried rice with my leftovers but this would be a nice change.
    my husband loves puddings and i can already tell he would really like this! thanks for sharing your mum's recipe :)

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  17. Looks tasty but haven't tried before.

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  18. Love how you set the pudding in muffin cups! Best use of leftover rice! :)

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  19. vanilla and rice....one word---wow :)

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  20. This is a great way to make rice pudding. Very tempting. :)

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  21. They look perfect and I bet delicious great presentation.

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