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Rice Pudding Pie

Rice pudding pie

By stunning_recipes, member

Posted: February 2nd, 2012

This rice pudding pie is not overly sweet, but simple and rich due to the creamy, soft texture created by the combination of simple ingredients. The recipe is not very difficult although it is a bit long. But I promise you, it is all worth it.

I have added some whipped cream and chocolate shavings, just the way you would buy the more expensive version at the bakery.


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For the Pudding

9 dl milk
200 gr dessert rice, round-grained rice
16 gr vanilla sugar
100 gr sugar
2 eggs, yolks and white separated

For the Dough

1 dl milk, warm
20 gr fresh yeast
25 gr sugar
225 gr flour
1 tbsp salt
75 gr butter, soft

In a saucepan let the milk cook over high heat as soon as it starts to boil, reduce the heat to medium low while adding the rice, sugar and vanilla sugar. Let it cook for another 25 - 30 mins or until it reaches a creamy texture

In the meantime, warm up the milk for the dough, over low heat, while adding the yeast and sugar, stir until it dissolves.

In a bowl, combine the flour and salt while making a little well in the middle where you can pour the dissolved yeast, start kneading while adding the soft butter.

Place the dough ball in a dry and warm place for 30 mins or until it reaches almost double its size.

Heat the oven to 200 degrees

Once the rice is done let it cool down for a bit, whisk the egg yolks and stir them under the rice.

Beat the egg whites until they are stiff and peaky and fold half of the content under the rice, the other half will be used just before the pie goes into the oven.

Pat down the dough and roll it out into a nice circle, a little bit bigger than your actual pie plate.

Once the dough is covering nicely your pie plate, divide the rice filling equally and use now the left-over egg whites while brushing it on the dough sticking out and on the creamy rice filling, to give it that golden brown colour once the pie is done.


Comments (5)

Doretha writes: Too bad FineCooking doesn't have a link to translate/convert the measurements here. (King Arthur Flour blog has one) I would have loved to make this pie...rice is one of my favs. Posted: 1:58 pm on April 14th

Tenderhands writes: What does dl mean? Posted: 8:24 pm on April 12th

eck7 writes: I ate this kind of pie in Belgium, where it considered a national dish, but they do not put whipped cream or chocolate on it. Some people eat it cold, but I like it just a bit warm. Very comforting. Posted: 8:20 am on April 8th

seaslug writes: How long do you bake it for? what does 200 degrees convert to in Farenheit?Can you prepare the dough ahead of time?is this an Australian recipe? Posted: 4:07 pm on April 3rd

seaslug writes: what does "dl" mean for the milk measurement? Posted: 4:03 pm on April 3rd

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