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Rice porridge in milk

Rice porridge in milk


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Ingredients for Making Rice Porridge in Milk

  1. Rice (ground and round) 1 cup
  2. Milk (3.5%) 1.5 liters
  3. Sugar (brown) 2-3 tablespoons
  4. Butter 30 gr.
  • Main Ingredients
  • Serving 4 servings

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Cooking rice porridge in milk:

Step 1: Cook the rice porridge with milk.

Round rice is well washed under running water. We put it in a saucepan, fill it with two glasses of water and set it to simmer on a slow fire until the water practically evaporates (about 20 minutes) At this time, in another pan, set the milk to boil. Pour the finished rice (without water) with boiled milk, add sugar (mix) and cook for another 10 minutes. Then remove from heat, add a slice of butter, mix and cover. Let stand for about five minutes and the porridge is ready.

Step 2: Serve rice porridge with milk.

Five minutes later, pour porridge on portioned plates, open cherry or strawberry jam, fry the toasts and invite the household to have breakfast. Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - Rice is better to buy round, as it boils faster.

- - Putting butter at the end is not necessary, but it gives a delicate taste to the porridge.

- - In rice porridge, already when boiling in milk, you can add a little raisins or dried fruit.

- - Instead of brown sugar, you can add white to the porridge.

- - If you add more milk to the rice porridge, you get rice soup.



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