Rice pudding help please!

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  1. missgalaxy

    missgalaxy Yummy Mummy! xx

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    I bought some pudding rice but I dont have a decent non stick tray to do it in the oven and I dont have a slow cooker.

    I do have a very heavy,decent stock pot.
    Do you think I could cook the rice pudding slowly on the hob?

    Thank you in advance to anyone who can help! Im really lookinf forward to a bit of sw 'free' stodgy pudding lol!!!! x
     
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    Circes Strutting her stuff

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    I always do my rice pudding on the hob - so go for it!
     
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    YES! I have done it on the hob. It can stick a bit but go for it.
     
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    missgalaxy Yummy Mummy! xx

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    Ive made it and its stunning! Going to have some for my pudding with a little cinimmon in it

    xx
     
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    Hi, try mixing rice with yogurt, tastes like Muller rice.
     
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    sarah83 I will be a yummy mummy!

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    I make mine in the oven, but not on a non stick tray, just in a lasagne style dish. Does stick a bit but works pretty well.
    I may try it on the hob though after these posts...
     
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    I used to make it in the oven in a ceramic dish but after reading some of the posts on here tried it on the hob. I have to say I prefer it on the hob and it is way quicker. I have had it for pudding yesterday and the day before it is so yummy!
     
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    hiya, please could you let me know where the recipe for rice pudding is, thanks
     
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    Hi thelandlady,

    There are quite a few different recipes on here. There is a search function at the top of the recipes forum that says search this forum, type in rice pudding and you should find a few ideas. The one I make is really done by eye but tends to be around 65g pudding rice in a saucepan with 150ml water and 100ml milk. Simmer until rice is nearly soft (around 15-20 mins usually for me). I then add the remaining of my HEXA milk (150ml) and leave for about 5 minutes until creamy and soft. Hope this helps.
     
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