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Old 02-11-2007, 09:00 AM   #1
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Mrs. P's Rice Pudding

1/2 cup milk
1/4 lb. butter
3/4 cup sugar

Mix the above ingredients in a pot and bring to a boil. Add 1 cup uncooked rice, lower heat to a simmer & cook 45 minutes, stirring often.

Beat 1 egg, 1/4 pint of heavy cream, 1 tsp. vanilla & a 1/4 cup (overflowing) of either Ameretto or Kahlua. ( She used Kahlua which I liked much better). Add to rice mixture. Cool. Sprinkle with cinamon and enjoy!
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Old 02-11-2007, 10:07 AM   #2
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Thanks Nick my wife loves the rice pudding....
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A bet it would be good with some Irish Cream....
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My wife always made it with the ameretto but she was out of it yesterday so she substituted Kahlua. It was the best she ever made!
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Well you see us po white Texas small town oil field trash was forced into eating rice for breakfast with milk and sugar on it when it was too far betwixt paydays for bacon and eggs or oatmeal..so rice puddin is just a bit too similar if you get my drift. Must be a texture problem is all I can figger out. Doubt I be making any..but certainly do appreciate the recipe and got it saved in case any yankees come to call who aint got the affliction and bad childhood memories. Thanks.

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Well you see us po white Texas small town oil field trash was forced into eating rice for breakfast with milk and sugar on it when it was too far betwixt paydays for bacon and eggs or oatmeal..so rice puddin is just a bit too similar if you get my drift. Must be a texture problem is all I can figger out. Doubt I be making any..but certainly do appreciate the recipe and got it saved in case any yankees come to call who aint got the affliction and bad childhood memories. Thanks.

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My wife always made it with the ameretto but she was out of it yesterday so she substituted Kahlua. It was the best she ever made!
I am going to have to try that.
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Tell Mrs. P. thanks Nick
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Nick can you use Minute Rice or do you have to use the other kind?
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We use what ever is in the cabinet!
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We use what ever is in the cabinet!
Do me a favor and check to make sure that she doesn't use INSTANT rice [smilie=a_listenuppunks.gif]
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Do me a favor and check to make sure that she doesn't use INSTANT rice [smilie=a_listenuppunks.gif]
We use whatever is in the cabinet. Instant rice is never in our cabinet!
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