Pudding rice

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  1. suelou

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    Can anyone help? Does pudding rice for rice pudding have to be wholemeal for it to be syn free on green? If so who stocks it? :confused:
     
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    I don't think so. No rice has to be brown and I have used ordinary white pudding rice. Going to make some rice pudd tomorrow with some coconut milk I have leftover mmmmm
     
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    Indeed - although all rice is free, it is probably better to eat brown rice if available. However, I don't think brown pudding rice actually exists!
     
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    And in answer to your other question all the major supermarkets will stock it. Usually found either with the other rice products or in the home-baking section (flour, icing etc). Failing that you can get away with using a risotto rice.
     
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    no i've never seen brown pud rice.i use broen or half n half sometimes for savoury and i just white long grain for pud too.i just cook in saucepan and then add a free yoghurt to it to make a free rice pud.yum!!!!
     
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    Thanks everyone for your answers.
     
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