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    English Noodles - Easy Rice Pudding.

    First of all get some left over cooked rice and throw it in a pot.




    Chuck in some milk and then give it a stir, chuck it on a high heat and bring to the boil and then simmer for about 10 mins.





    Throw in a couple of spoonfulls of sugar and if you like a little vannilla, I never bother with the vannilla though. Give it a good stir and simmer for another 5 mins.




    Chuck in an egg and quickly stir it in, at this point you can add a little more milk also if you like, keep it on the heat for another couple of mins and then take it off.



    You can now enjoy eating it, though I always eat it cold, so in to the fridge it goes for a couple of hours and then served with cold milk and a little grated ginger on top.




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    Nice. Like a bit of grated nutmeg on mine.

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    Yep, a little nutmeg on top is the business, I just had some straight out the fridge, some cold milk on top an a couple of sices of mango thrown in.

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    thanks for the tip

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    Might be nice with a little coconut milk in it at the start ...... just a thought. I used to get a lot of this when I was a kid but I don't think there was an egg in it and it always had a ' skin ' on top. Still, thanks for the idea.....will start experiment No 1 manana.

    Hmmm. saying manana makes me think a banana might work too ...... or am I straying from the noble path ?

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    Looks good enough to eat, nice one Noodles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    I don't think there was an egg in it
    It thickens the mixture to a nice consitancy.
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    and it always had a ' skin ' on top
    Yep, I love it with skin on also, I think you have to cook it in the oven to get the skin.
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    .will start experiment No 1 manana.
    Get the results up here when you do, Banana sound good.

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    Brilliant. Do you reckon you could just do the whole thing in the rice cooker?

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    ^Give it a try and let me know.

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    I fancy giving it a go tomorrow.

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    That does look pretty good but i'm too bone idle to try it

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    You've gotta be really idle coz that looked almost as easy as opening a can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    That does look pretty good but i'm too bone idle to try it
    Will do a nice eel pie for you next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    that looked almost as easy as opening a can.
    Yep, it is, that's the great thing, and there is always rice going to waste.

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    jellied eels, not had them for years!

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    Does it taste the same as the stuff out of the tin that everyone used to eat as a kid?

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    It looks the same, and I always bang a load of sugar in anyway.

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    Well, I gave it a go this morning :



    Scene of experiment. Our compact open plan kitchen.



    Assembled ingrediants




    The finished result.

    Sadly, experiment number one was not a success for the following reasons :

    1) Not enough sugar. I always do this. They say too much sugar is not good for you but they don't tell you that in a pudding you might as well throw caution to the wind ..... I needed about 3 times as much sugar .

    2) Could have done with more milk so that I would have developed a skin.

    3) I put the sliced bananas at the bottom of the dish. They should have been mixed in with the pud for more flavour.


    Anyway, it turned out edible but bland. I tried it out on the girlfriend after pinning her to the floor and forcing her mouth open. Even after all this time she still regards my culinary experiments as a possible attempt on her life with a view to inheriting the house and moving a new younger woman in. She lives yet and concurred with the need for more sugar.

    Ah well, next time will be better and its only using up leftovers so nothing wasted. In fact, I've saved a few baht on todays dog food ....... if he shows up.


    My next attempt will remedy the above faults.

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    Keep us informed of the next results, we should be getting some in from FP in the next few days I think.

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    Great, will try it tonight. What no raisins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    we should be getting some in from FP in the next few days I think.
    Yeah sorry, I fucked up today as well. I went to Tesco and bought the eggs, sugar, vanilla and flour and then I got home and we've only got Pilau rice. It's not gonna work with yellow rice. I'll get my wife to pick some up on the way home from work and try tonight.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    I tried it out on the girlfriend after pinning her to the floor and forcing her mouth open.
    Whats that got to do with rice pudding!

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    What no raisins?
    I've never tried it with raisins, but i did a quick google to make sure I wouldn't forget anything this morning and it suggested raisins. (I know i forgot the rice) Then when in tesco they had a dried fruit stand and they had dried stawberrys. I might give them a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    and flour
    You don't need flour mate!
    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    stawberrys.
    Posh twat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    You don't need flour mate!
    Damn, I swear I read flour in your list last night. What am i gonna do with this fuckin great big bag of flour. I nearly bought tempura batter flour coz the bag was smaller.

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    Right, I'm just gonna go back to tesco and buy some rice to redeem myself.

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