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Old 5th April 2009, 14:28   #1 (permalink)
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rice pudding please

help does anyone know what sort of rice to buy for rice pudding in turkey as there is so much different rice and i end up buying the wrong one .would the recipe be the same as english rice pudding?
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Re: rice pudding please

I use Osmanlik rice and then just follow your favourite rice pudding recipe.

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Re: rice pudding please

I have never seen pudding rice in Turkey. I use ordinary rice in my slow cooker and the taste and texture is fine.
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Re: rice pudding please

Hi there any of the rice you see in the shops will do...Turkish cooking doesnt usually call for long grain rice..which as a rule is more expensive.

the rice pudding you see here is called sütlaç and is eaten cold..its cooked in individual earthen pots.

Heres a recipe which i hope you will like...

FIRIN SÜTLAÇ oven rice pudding

MALZEME: ingredients
Yarım su bardağı pirinç, half a glass of rice
1 su bardağı su. a glass of water
5 su bardağı süt, 5 glasses of milk
2 corba kaşığı, mısır nişastası, 2 soup spoons of rice starch
1 paket şekerli vanilin, a satchet of vanila powder.
1.5 su bardağı toz şeker. a glass and a half of sugar
1 yumurta sarısı. yolk of an egg..(optional)

HAZIRLANIŞI: preparation
1.Pirinci ılık suda bir sure beklettiklen sonra, bol suyla yıkayıp süzün. put the rice in warm water and wait for a short time before rinsing well and straining it.
2. bardak su ekleyip kısık ateşte suyunu çekinceye kadar pişirin.
add the glass of water to the rice and cook over a low heat until the water has gone

3.Süt, şekerli vanilin ve şekeri ekleyip pirinç iyice yumuşayıncaya kadar karıştırarak pişirin.
add the milk,vanilla, and sugar and stir until the rice has softened.

4.Mısır Nişastasından 2-3 kaşık suyla ezip sütlaca ilave edin.
cream the rice starch with two or three spoons of water and add to the rice pudding

5.Bir taşım daha kaynatıp tencereryi ocaktan alın.
return to the boil once again and then take it from the stove

Sütlacı kaselere paylaştırdıktan sonra fırın tepsisine dizin
share the mixture out between the oven proof dishes

Tepsiye kaselerin yarısına gelecek kadar su ekleyin kızgın fırında sütlaçların üzeri hafif pembeleşinceye kadar fırınlayın.
put the bowls on a tray and place in the red hot oven and cook until the rice is transparent

ÖNERİ:tip
Sütlacın üzerinin biraz daha yanık olmasını istiyorsanız 1 yumurta sarsına 1 -2 kaşık sütlaç ekleyin ve karışımı sütlaçların üzerine sürüp fırınlayın.
if you want the rice to have a more yellow colour mix the yolk of an egg with 1 or two spoonfuls of sütlaç and then stir into the mix.
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Re: rice pudding please

thank you all for your help and sugesstions i will now be able to make my rice pudding.
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Re: rice pudding please

Baldo rice (type of rice, not the make) makes a lovely pudding and is freely available in the shops. Shorter round grain type. I make it the same way I used to in the UK and have no problems. Or Delia for a special treat.
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Thanks Shirley and Teresa for your information. I have bought the wrong rice a couple of times when wanting to make a savoury dish and needless to say it turned out mushy and horrible. I make my pudding rice similar to the way you have mentioned Shirley only I always use a beaten up egg and top the pudding with nobs of melted butter and sometimes sprinkly cinammon sugar over the top. My late mum used to sometimes add raisins or when she made it plain she would spread with raspberry jam and then coat with a meringue mixture and bake in a warm oven until the meringue had set crispy.
An alternative way which my sons like is to add 1/2 tin of Nestles evaportated milk after the rice is cooked, don't add this before otherwise the mixture will burn too easily. Maybe just a different way in which we do it here in Ireland and would recommend anyone to try if they are lovers of rice.
Hope you enjoy it if you decide to give it a try.
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Re: rice pudding please

Doreen will you stop now, I want it all. Thanks for the tips, sounds yummy.

I remember a few years ago, I went to visit my Dad and he had made a rice pudding, well it was so thick he kept adding more milk and then transfering in to a bigger dish and then adding more, he ended up putting about 4 extra pints in and being the milk pudding freaks that we are, we woofed the lot, and I wonder why I'm like Jabba The Hut.
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