Creole Rice with Glazed Apricots Pudding

Creole Rice with Glazed Apricots Pudding - We have just returned from a long vacation that we often held annually with some of our colleagues who work with us in our office, visiting some places around the world and tasting some yummy culinary including finding some hilarious cakes and sweet things to inspire us. This year we go to one place called Cumbria. If you have not known where this place is located then you can seek it up in your GPS for more detail. 

This place is great district with its lake view and serene neighborhood situated in the North West side of the UK. It is basically a countryside county, but you should not get tricked! This place has the finest pudding cake that you cannot find in the whole Europe. One nice day there, we got served with this Creole Rice with Glazed Apricots Pudding, and like what we always do! We go to their kitchen to see how to make it. 

You will need:

900 ml (1 ½ pt) milk 
90 g (3 oz) Carolina or short grain rice 
30 g (1 oz) butter 
90 g (3 oz) caster sugar 
3 eggs 
10 slices tinned pineapple 
10 tinned apricots 
60 g (2 oz) apricot jam 
Creole Rice with Glazed Apricots Pudding

How To Make Creole Rice with Glazed Apricots Pudding

  1. Preheat the oven to 175°C / 350°F / gas mark 4. Boil the milk in a saucepan and sprinkle in the rice. Bring back to the boil and simmer gently. 
  2. Add the butter and half the sugar: When the rice is nearly cooked, remove from the heat. 
  3. Whisk the eggs with the remaining sugar: When the rice has cooled slightly, whisk in the beaten eggs. 
  4. Line the sides of a buttered ovenproof dish with pineapple slices and pour in the rice mixture. 
  5. Cook in a tray filled with water in the preheated oven for approximately 30 minutes or until the rice is set. 
  6. Arrange the apricot halves in the rice and glaze with hot apricot jam boiled with a little apricot juice. Best served warm. 
This Creole Rice with Glazed Apricots Pudding really do melt with delight throughout our lips, giving the sensation of savory yet crunchy in our mouth. The mixture of the apricot used in this pudding is giving it the sweet and titillate sourness that goes around with delicacy. What an amazing pudding recipe creation! Just make sure to ask us anything you still do not understand about this recipe whether it is in the ingredients or about the instruction to make it. We will be in pleasure to help you out. See you later into the other recipe that we will share next time. 

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