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Homemade Rice Pudding Recipe | Great Hall Feast | My Harry Potter Kitchen (Recipe #45)

Welcome back to another recipe from My Harry Potter Kitchen! This is the YouTube series where I'm baking my way through the Harry Potter books, whipping up magical recipes for every item of food and drink we find. Last week we created a Gryffindor Strawberry Jelly Panna Cotta Recipe for The Great Hall Feast!

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The Great Hall feast continues in Chapter Seven of the Philosopher's Stone - 'The Sorting Hat'

"A moment later the puddings appeared... rice pudding"

Puddings don't get much more homely than Rice Pudding, and as Hogwarts is our home, it's a pretty fitting way to finish The Great Hall Feast!

This ultimate rice pudding recipe is so easy to make and will leave you with the creamiest rice pudding you've ever had. Sweet, creamy, and lightly spiced, no matter what you choose to top it with, this recipe is bound to go down a treat!

The Best Ever Rice Pudding Recipe Ingredients:

(serves 4-6)

  • 100g pudding rice

  • 50g golden caster sugar

  • 1/4 tsp salt

  • 400ml milk

  • 300ml double cream

  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

  • 2 cinnamon sticks

  • additional milk before serving

  • optional toppings (I've gone for raspberry jam from our Doughnut Recipe)

Harry Potter Rice Pudding Recipe Method:

  1. To begin you want to wash the rice for 2 minutes in cold water. (Wizard Tip! You'll know it's ready when you can change the water and it runs clear)

  2. Drain the rice and then add to a bowl with the sugar, salt, milk, cream and vanilla. Stir through until well combined.

  3. Grease a pudding dish with some butter and then pour the rice pudding mixture in before placing two cinnamon sticks on top. Cover with cling film and then bake in the oven 180c for 1 hour.

  4. After the first hour, remove the foil and give it a good stir to break up the rice. Place the foil back on top and bake for another hour.

  5. Remove the foil and you should see that all the rice has fluffed up. Remove the cinnamon sticks and then heat some additional milk. Whisk this through to get your desired consistency.

  6. Serve in bowls or glasses and then top with the toppings of your choice!

Whether you're having this for breakfast or dessert, this is the ultimate way to start - and end, your day!

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