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Can you remember when you last had rice pudding?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Setenza, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. Setenza

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    No?

    Then you're suffering from Ambrosia.................. :rotfl:


    I thank you (said in an Arthur Askey stylee fashion)
     
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    [drums]ba dum bum[/drums]

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  3. la gran siete

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    Mmm Joking aside it has to be the single most revolting pudding ever invented, Yuk!
     
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    You jest, of course?
     
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    Think he must be, can you invent a pudding? Must have meant devised. :confused:

    I like rice pud.

    No skin of my nose if la gran siete does not like it, it of the rice pudding. :D

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    Rice pudding with strawberry jelly - yum ! :smashin:
     
  7. la gran siete

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    sorry no. In fact I dont like any milky puds :thumbsdow
     
  8. la gran siete

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    Sago, tapioca and rice pudding down to room 101 pronto
     
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    Now trifle or famous Russian ballerina ( forgot the name) different ballgame.Yum!
     
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    Banoffee pie with dulce de leche, chocolate mousse- luvly jubly!
     
  11. la gran siete

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    Just remembered - Pavlova, but it has to be homemadeie meringue must be crisp on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside
     
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    Syrup for me, or blackcurrant jam.
     
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    Syrup's great, adding some cocoa to the mix can make a nice chocolatey rice pudding too.

    I think that the all time favourite puddings have to be
    Apple Crumble
    Apple Pie
    Sponge Pudding with lashings of syrup
    Sticky Toffee Pudding with loads of nuts

    All served steaming hot with some cream but absolutely no custard :yuck:. :)
     
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    Jam Roly Poly or Bread and Butter Pudding for me.
     
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    Just fresh, seasonal, fruit. mmmm

    And I liked the Ambrosia joke :D
     
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    Dosen't like "milky" puds, but one made with lashings of cream is okay. :confused:

    I'd go along with the Apple pie, crumble and syrup sponge (not so sure about the Sticky Toffee pudding), but I love custard: YUM! YUM!

    Again, a big thumbs up :smashin: :smashin: :smashin: for Jam Roly Poly, but UGH! :thumbsdow :thumbsdow :thumbsdow for Bread and Butter Pudding. Reminds me of 60's school dinners; not a pleasant thought I can assure you.

    Ah! Summer Pudding. Now we're talking. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

    Oh, and just for info. The wife makes a killer Pavlova and I make a killer Spotted Dick. And let's not forget Rhubarb Crumble, Rhubard Fool, Gooseberry Fool and Pineapple Upsidedown Cake. As one could probably gather, I'm a little over weight.
     
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    I'm getting hungry now. :( This thread won't help my drive to get fitter!

    <- goes downstairs to get some coffee and a flapjack.
     
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    Now it maybe just me, but I hated home made rice pudding and custard as a kid (I'm 44 by the way). Hated it with a vengeance, and still do.

    But (and I make no apologies for saying it) Ambrosia Creamed Rice and Devon Custard are probably the only reason that cans were invented.

    They are the culinary equivalent of 1080p Hi Def TV

    Phil
     
  19. la gran siete

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    Yes I'd go along with summer pudding
    Ive never liked milk especially when its been boiled ugh, but cream especially Jersey cream mixed with fruit meringue or chocolate is luuuuvly!Incidentally all puds should be home made.Here is a recipe for one of the most divine puds ever created. Note how the custard is made from eggs. Personally I would omit the jelly for I dont believe thats traditional:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A663455
     
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    Has to be Lemon meringue pie or pinapple upside down cake...
     
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    love it cold!!!!!!!!!!!
    hate it hot!!!!!!!!!!!
    if that makes any sense??
     
  23. la gran siete

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    What about muesli? I know a lot of it is like bird seed and Alpen is just too sweet and full of rubbish as well . So why not make your own ? easy peasy . Get some oatflakes mix some nuts into it and seeds such as sunflower some GOOD raisins, pinch of nutmeg and then soak overnight in milk( I prefer goats myself or Soya). Then in the morning grate some apple into it and chop a banana . Greeat start to the day. :clap:
     
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    Muesli is a breakfast for hippies, rather than a dessert, surely?

    Mind you, if you substiute the nuts with baked beans, the oatflakes with scrambled egg, and the nutmeg and raisins with sausages and bacon, it's not too bad. And instead of grating apple (?), why not add a dollop of brown sauce, and some fried mushrooms and black pudding?
     
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    Bread & butter pudding - now we're talking ! :smashin:

    The Tesco's one is very good for a "shop bought" pudding.
     
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    Muesli is a breakfast for the birds :)

    Scrambled egg, bacon and tomatoes. That's a breakfast.
     
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    I need to have either Muesli (I like Alpen :p ) or Shreddies for breakfast as otherwise I'm starving by about 1100. :)
     
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    yeah dont mind a cooked breakafast now and again as long as the sauasages are first class- Toulouse or Spicy ones, eggs have got to be organic, kidney, fried onion and the baked beans:

    Drain baked beans from tomato sauce, fry some chopped garlic in olive oil, add can of chopped tomatoes plus drained beans and some fresh basil. Season stir for a while and serve :smashin:
     

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