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post #31 of 41
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
Who knew rice pudding had such a following? Perhaps I should follow this up with a "Rice pudding: Raisins vs. no raisins" poll. I like nuts, but no raisins.

I take mine with no raisins, but with a generous amount of cinnamon in it.
post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by odoreater
I take mine with no raisins, but with a generous amount of cinnamon in it.

I agree. I particularly like a nice dusting of cinnamon on top, so that there's a contrast of flavors between the layers. Toss a few walnut bits on there ... possibly the world's best dessert.
post #33 of 41
In India, there's a dessert called firni that is a sort of rice pudding with a dusting of pistachio bits on top. It's amazingly good.
post #34 of 41
Yummmmm..... Kheer is delicious--------rice pudding, India-style; what could be better?
post #35 of 41
I am another fan of bread and butter pudding, must have raisins though.

Rhubarb crumble is another favourite.Apple pie must have cloves and cinnamon.


I enjoy both Yorkshire pudding and black pudding.
post #36 of 41
Nobody's mentioned figgy pudding or plum pudding, which are traditional Christmas specialties. They are served with hard sauce, which is basically a simple mixture of butter and sugar beaten together.
post #37 of 41
Jell-o Pudding Pops Have they been revived yet?
post #38 of 41
isn't there a pudding made out of blood? never had it, anyone have?
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post #40 of 41
I had tapioca tonight!
post #41 of 41
Tapioca and rice pudding can both be incredible.
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