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Star anise orange rice pudding

Star anise orange rice pudding

Yields 6 Servings
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Butter, Milk
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Star anise orange rice pudding

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

1
Pre-heat the oven to 160oc/Gas Mark 3.
2
Grease a 2 pint pie dish with 10g of butter.
3
Place the rice, sugar, sultanas and nutmeg into the pie dish and mix well.
4
Pour the milk, orange juice and orange zest over the rice, and mix well. Place the rice pudding dish into the pre-heated oven and allow to bake for an hour and a half – stirring a couple of times. A film will form on the top of the pudding while cooking.
5
Once cooked, scrape back the film. Remove the star anise, wash and dry them, then cut in half and use for decorating your puddings.
6
Fill 6 glasses 1/3 of the way with the rice pudding and top with Satsuma segments, repeat the layers until you fill each glass. Alternatively you can do this in a large dessert bowl. Serve at room temperature.

This is one of eight beautiful recipes produced by Clodagh Mckenna in partnership with the National Dairy Council. This simple recipe is so easy to make and even more comforting to eat! Pour the milk, orange juice and orange zest over the rice, and mix well. Place the rice pudding dish into the pre-heated oven and allow to bake for an hour and a half – stirring a couple of times. A film will form on the top of the pudding while cooking.

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Instructions

1
Pre-heat the oven to 160oc/Gas Mark 3.
2
Grease a 2 pint pie dish with 10g of butter.
3
Place the rice, sugar, sultanas and nutmeg into the pie dish and mix well.
4
Pour the milk, orange juice and orange zest over the rice, and mix well. Place the rice pudding dish into the pre-heated oven and allow to bake for an hour and a half – stirring a couple of times. A film will form on the top of the pudding while cooking.
5
Once cooked, scrape back the film. Remove the star anise, wash and dry them, then cut in half and use for decorating your puddings.
6
Fill 6 glasses 1/3 of the way with the rice pudding and top with Satsuma segments, repeat the layers until you fill each glass. Alternatively you can do this in a large dessert bowl. Serve at room temperature.
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