22 April 2013

Arborio Rice pudding (Secret recipe club)




Is time again The secret recipe club time, is really fun always know or try new bloggers and recipes,this month I was assignement to Taryn of  Sweetly serendipity who has a nice blog and awesome recipes, I look a lot and finally I choose this
Arborio Rice pudding, times ago my daugther asked me  make this dessert but I always forget and when I saw this recipe I love it.
Was delicious  and thanks to Taryn by the recipe and only add some strawberries because I think look pretty:)
I send to Taryn a big hug she is from Boston and you know how was the last days and hope the time they can find the peace and love they deserve.




Arborio Rice pudding

Ingredients
4 cups of whole milk
1 1/2 cups arborio rice
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder
1 vanilla bean split and seeds scraped out
or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon of butter
1/4 cup raisins (optional)
1 orange zested (I didn't because I add some strawberries)

Method

In a pan mix the milk,butter,sugar, cinnamon and vanilla.
Cook the rice in boiling water until al dente. Once the water has evaporated, stir in the milk mixture (and butter and raisins if using)
reduce heat to medium and cook for 15  minutes stirring regulary until rice is tender.
Add the orange zest (if using) and pinch of salt.
Stir well and remove from heat.
I cook more time (about 20 minutes) and it well get pretty thick
because kids love this dessert more thick, finish with a light dust of cinnamon and  some strawberries if you like.
I add strawberries because times ago I made a strawberries risotto and love how tasted.
You can eat warm or cold  anyway is absolutely delicious
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EN ESPAÑOL
Arroz con leche










83 comments:

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    1. You know what? I have never had rice pudding!

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    2. Never?? and what you think about make with strawberries? is delicious, the only porblem I dont see any face in my
      strawberries:( LOL

      Yes you win and I say where is pat?

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    3. I have never had it! Never! I don't even know what it tastes like! I'm sure it's yummy...and how could strawberries ever be bad? ha. No faces? Well, that just means you aren't crazy. lol....

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    4. I think Im crazy, maybe the nex time I would see something in my strawberries LOL

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  2. It looks awesome with the strawberry topping.

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  3. i adore rice pudding! my mom used to make it all the time growing up in England - but not with these lovely flavorings! yum :))
    Mary x

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    1. Here the kids really love this rice pudding!

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  4. I've never made rice pudding. It looks delicious.

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  5. Your rice pudding looks delicious, Gloria.

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  6. Hi Gloria,

    Thanks so much for the virtual hug - it was such a hard week here in Boston, but we are all grateful for the support shown around the world, and also really glad that things are starting to return to normal!

    I am also so glad you enjoyed this rice pudding - I haven't made this recipe in ages, but you've reminded me that I need to try it again soon!

    Happy baking :)

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    1. Thanks to you Taryn by an awesome and delicious recipe, send you love, xo

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  7. I have never made rice pudding with arborio rice, good to know that it can be used!

    Have a great week

    ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. Yes I try the recipe like Taryn made and was delicious, xxo

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  8. Es un poco diferente al que hacemos en casa, pero igualmente se ve delicioso.
    Una estupenda receta de Taryn, espero que en Boston la situación se vaya normalizando.
    Un besote.

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    1. Marga, si el español es diferente (más cremoso) pero ami me gustan todo, yo tengo el arroz aragonés en mis recetas y es muy rico.
      pero tenía ganas de hacer este.
      Yo espero que Boston vuelva a su calma propia, es una ciudad maravillosa porlo que sé.
      besos

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  9. Querida Glorita, no sé de dónde sacas tiempo para hacer tanta cosa rica, me cuesta seguirte!!! qué lindo quedó el arroz con leche con las frutillas. Me alegro que te sirviera la receta del dulce de membrillo! besitos

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    1. Pame el arroz con frutillas se me ocurrió porque una vez había hecho risotto con frutillas y asi lo alegraba, ya sabes que es muy blanco. Y nos gustó la mezcla.
      El dulce de membrillo adorable ayer recogí los últimos, lave varios que estaban con barro pero se salvaron y ahí tengo la olla claro que ya me quemé!
      gracias pame

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  10. I almost forgot I tasted this a long time ago Gloria ~ Now I must try this again as I have strawberries now ~ Thanks dear ~

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    1. Thanks Grace I think in this dessert like comfort food!

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  11. haha!!! i love this! I made Taryn's rice pudding for SRC a while ago! So. Good.

    ...almost as good as your Tiramisu!! I loved loved loved it - sexiest thing I've put in my mouth in a long time!! I'm so glad I got your blog. I didn't mention it but I have a massive adoration for Spanish. I speak it in bursts and understand more than I can say (I don't get a lot of opportunities to use it in Toronto) - but it's a beautiful language. I was honored to have your blog this month :) xoxo!

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    1. Kristy is really funny!! sometimes happens with some recipes.
      I loved her recipe and the kids ate almost all!
      Im so happy you lie my recipe and yes how I told you I believe in sexy food, but some people dont believe me LOL
      I was happy toknow your blog Kristy!!

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  12. This made me smile because my mom used to make this when I was a child :)

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    1. Yes Ayaola my mom made arroz con leche always too, are childhood desserts!

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  13. HI GLORIA! YOUR RICE PUDDING LOOKS YUMMY!

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  14. Love the orange zest. I would like this for breakfast in the morning, please.

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  15. Gloria, We both love rice pudding but for some reason we just never think of it... Thanks for the reminder! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  16. Wow! Looks so delicious,Gloria! I will definitely try this! :)
    http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  17. I love rice pudding, it looks so good!

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  18. I've always wanted to try rice pudding!

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  19. Gloria your pictures are perfect! I love that beautiful bowl, and the rice pudding is making me VERY HUNGRY!!

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  20. Que rico el arroz con leche! hace tiempo que no hago.
    Bueno alternativa parece que es el arborio y justo tengo!
    Un beso y buena semana!

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  21. Your dish looks and sounds incredibly tasty. Glad to be part of SRC group C with you!

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  22. My mom used to make rice pudding like this when I was a kid, it was always so yummy. Your rice pudding looks amazing.

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  23. I've been wanting to try making rice pudding at home. This one sounds like a good one to try.

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  24. Rice pudding is my dads all time favourite dessert Gloria.

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  25. Que rico el arroz con leche! Tiene una pinta deliciosa, me recuerda al que hacía mi madre(mas cremoso)que nos encantaba. Besos

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  26. a strawberry risotto...really..now that would be interesting....hmm....sounds good gloria....

    how have you been?

    smiles.

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  27. Hi Gloria,
    Your bread pudding looks delicious! Having with strawberries is a wonderful idea!

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  28. Hi, Gloria! I love rice pudding and yours made with arborio rice is a great touch to the traditional recipe. It's like to have a sweet risotto. The vanilla bean and cinnamon made it pretty fragant too.

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  29. Dear Gloria, Rice pudding is one of my favorites. This sounds very delicious.
    Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  30. We love rice pudding. I usually just make it without using a recipe but I'm going to try your recipe next time. Sorry we could not get through to you on the phone. We really tried.
    Have a good day my friend. Hugs, Lura

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  31. It's been a long time since I've made rice pudding, but it's so simple and I love the use of arborio rice as it makes it even creamier... And the vanilla is just perfect... Thanks so much for sharing, Gloria!

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  32. Rice pudding brings back so many memories for me.

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  33. Gloriaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!! cuanto tiempo sin pasarme por aquí! es que he visto arrocito con leche y no me he podido resistir jajaja!!! una vez compré un paquete de ese arborio para hacer un risotto y ahí lo tengo, a medio empezar! el próximo cae así!!

    Besiños salseros amiga!

    Tito

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  34. Gloria, these recipes look so delicious, I will look as big as a house if I had to make them all! :)

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    1. Az dear you dont have to make and eat all:)))))

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  35. I haven't been around for a while and had to come see what you are up to and you are, as usual, making amazing dishes.

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    1. Thanks Chaya Im happy to see you again!

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  36. So pretty, Gloria! I know your daughter loved this special treat! xo

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  37. Que rico Gloria.....y que tiempo no lo hago....estoy de sorteo si te intesa!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  38. Rice pudding is one of my favorite desserts! This looks fabulous!

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  39. It took until I was older to get an appreciation for rice pudding but now I love it. And it's extra delicious when made with arborio!

    How much rice did you use? (It's not listed) - thanks!

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    1. Sorry Deanna is true!
      I notice now whem you said me!
      Is. 1 1/2. cups arborio rice I will add to recipe thanks!

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  40. Rice pudding is one of my favorite desserts! Love your version.

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  41. I love rice pudding and the addition of orange zest called for in the recipe. Yummy!

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  42. hola gloria magnana pruebo a hablar espanol hasta mucho tiempo....ho visto todas tus ricietas que habia hecho antes ... aplecinnanmon y chocolate sour cream cake y las otras todas me incantan ..n beso grande simmy

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    1. Hola Simona gracias por hablar en español pero.no te preocupes me puedes hablar en italiano ya que entiendo bastante; me encanta el italiano es un idioma precioso.
      Gracias por venur y comentar siempre. Me encanta tublog y tus recetas.
      Un abraccio!

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  43. I love rice pudding! I really want to join the Secret Recipe Club, it sounds like such a fun idea - but I'm not very good at following recipes without adapting them....

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  44. Thanks Rachel I think you can participate perfectly secret recipr club.cret ecipr club you can choose any recipe of the blog you are assigned.If you want see the secret recipe club and mail to April.:)

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  45. Hi Gloria! Thanks for visit my blog. I will follow you! ;-)

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  46. Arborio rice must be wonderful in rice pudding, I know I love it in risotto. A delicious comfort food.

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    1. Yes Susan risotto os delicious too:)
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  47. a really delicious comfort food Gloria, have a nice weekend !Kisses....

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  48. Deliziosa la versione con le fragole :) Un abbraccio, buon fine settimana

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  49. Love your rice pudding!Looks amazing!
    Have a lovely weekend,dear Gloria!

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  50. Your pudding looks wonderful...so creamy!

    Thanks Gloria for sharing. I'll try this later.

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