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Yummy porridge recipe

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  • Leah Jan 25, 2005 08:28 PM
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I just made this recipe from Donna Hay's book, Off The Shelf, and it was so good and easy I wanted to share it. It's perfect for breakfast or for a snack. In her book she also says it's good for a "sweet supper" but I don't know about that.

Just mix 1/2 cup short grain white rice; 1 1/2 cups water; 1 cup milk; and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon in a saucepan and simmer until it has a thick, porride-like consistency, stirring every so often. Serve with a little milk and brown sugar.

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  1. Thanks, it sounds really nice.

    1. Hey, I made it this afternoon; blizzard conditions, sweet craving, not enough ingredients to bake...Pretty good, esp. with brown sugar on it. Not for a sweetaholic, but definitely a good breakfast or snack....Thanks.

      I may have to try it in my rice-steamer next time.....

      Link: http://www.bistrodraw.com

      1. This sounds a lot like "dhudh-bhaat", a bengali comfort food. We mix in bananas and a pinch of salt, and use fresh warmed milk only (no water).

        -T

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        1. re: TanQ10

          ooh that sounds so good with the bananas, i am going to try that too. thanks!

        2. This sounds very much like a porridge my mom would always make for me when I was a kid. It is a dutch recipe(yes, we came from Holland when I was a young child) and we always put golden raisons in it at the begining of the cooking process. No water, just milk, cinnamon, nutmeg and a bit of brown sugar, salt and butter. Served with more milk or cream and a pat of butter and sugar. I sometimes make this with leftover rice as well and it always reminds me of childhood--real comfort food for me!