Simplest Rice Pudding

Simplest Rice Pudding

Simplest Rice Pudding

This pudding is very creamy because to the starch in Arborio rice, which is generally used for risotto.

1 cup of Arborio rice is an ingredient.

50 g of sugar

1/four teaspoons of coarse salt

4 3/4 cups split whole milk

Pure vanilla extract, 1 1/2 teaspoons

1/fourth cup heavy cream

cinnamon ground for serving.

Step 1
Rice, sugar, salt, and 4 1/2 cups milk are brought to a boil over medium-high heat in a large saucepan. Simmer for 25 minutes on low heat with a cover. Five minutes later, remove the lid and continue to boil the rice and pudding while continually stirring. Add the remaining 1/4 cup of milk and the vanilla.

Step 2
To prevent a skin from developing, transfer to a serving plate and press plastic wrap directly into the surface. Refrigerate for at least one hour, until cool (or up to 3 days). Stir in heavy cream and top with cinnamon before serving.

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