RICE PUDDING

Mom’s recipe

This was a favorite dessert of mine, I’ve still never found a rice pudding recipe to match up to this one. I love it best served warm with a little milk.

This recipe was copied, rewritten, and typed from the original printing because the original was getting a little….umm destroyed looking. And now that original is safe and sound somewhere??? But I’m so glad I and a couple of my sisters copied this one down.   Hope ya all like it.

Ingredients:

½         C         Long grain white rice OR 1 ½ cooked rice

1/3      C         sugar

1/8      tsp       cinnamon

1          tsp       vanilla

1          tsp       grated orange peel

2          C         milk

2                      eggs, slightly beaten

½         C         seedless raisins (suggested)

Directions:

Steam or boil rice according to directions. Combine rice with all other ingredients and pour into a well greased   1 ½ quart casserole dish.  Bake @ 325° for about 45 minutes, until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean.   Serve warm or cold with milk or cream.

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