Rice Pudding is a versatile dish, and the Zojirushi Rice Cooker makes it even easier to cook. Rice pudding takes just as much time as rice does to prepare. In addition to the ingredients you use for your usual rice pudding recipe, you will need an egg and some extra water or milk with which to replace half of the standard liquid quantity found in cooking recipes.
- Ingredients for Rice Pudding in Zojirushi Rice Cooker:
- 2 servings
- 1/2 cup white rice
- 4 tablespoons sugar 1
- tablespoon vanilla extract
- 2 eggs
- 2 cups milk 1/4 cup shredded coconut *optional
- 3 tablespoons raisins *optional
Rice pudding is easy to make when you have a Zojirushi Rice Cooker. For best results, put all of your ingredients into the Rice Cooker pan and make sure the water or milk level is halfway up the rice as well as just below the max line for your Rice Cooker. Put your boiled or heated Rice Cooker on a hot plate, plug it in, and let it go until everything is done.
Rice pudding will have a slightly foamy appearance after being cooked. This is normal. Zojirushi Rice Cookers cook things faster than conventional cooking methods so begin testing for doneness sooner than you think you should.
Conclusion Rice pudding can be made faster with a Zojirushi Rice Cooker, which means you’ll have more time to spend doing other things while your Rice Pudding cooks! For this recipe, follow these simple steps: put all of your ingredients into the Rice Cooker pan, make sure the water or milk level is halfway up the rice as well as just below the max line for your Rice Cooker, and then let it go until everything is done. Rice pudding will be slightly foamy after cooking but this is normal. Rice Cookers cook things faster than conventional cooking methods so begin testing for doneness sooner than you think you should.
Rice Cooker Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding is a perfect dish to make when you want something creamy and warm, but don’t have the time or patience to stand over the stove stirring. This recipe will be your new favorite dessert! Chances are, you already have all of the ingredients on hand this very minute.
I’m not sure where on earth I got this recipe from, it’s been in my collection for so long that I can’t seem to remember who gave it to me originally. Sometimes recipes just turn up one day while you’re browsing through cookbooks, magazines or kitchen gadgets at home goods stores… you know how it happens. You look around for hours trying to figure out where it came from, but you can’t remember or it’s not written down anywhere. You know that feeling?
Anyway Rice Cooker Rice Pudding is an easy dessert to make when friends drop by for a visit unexpectedly. It only takes about 10 minutes to get the dish started (cooking time is about 1 hour), then you can sit back and relax while it cooks on its own. I like making this Rice Pudding with short grained rice because it has more starch than long grain white rice, so the pudding is more creamy and less “crusty” than Rice Pudding made with regular white rice. If you don’t have a Rice Cooker , I suggest using my Slow Cooker Rice Pudding recipe instead – it is just as creamy and delicious! Rice Cooker Rice Pudding This Rice Pudding is so easy to make, even your kids can do it! You don’t have to stand over the stove stirring Rice Pudding anymore. Rice Cooker Rice Pudding – 2 Ingredients, Rice, Sugar, Milk & Vanilla Rice Cooker Rice Pudding Recipe.
Ingredients 4 cups cooked rice (any kind is ok) 3 cups milk ½ cup sugar ¼ tsp salt 1 tsp vanilla extract Whipped cream or ice cream for serving (optional)
Directions Grease rice cooker bowl. Measure rice into bowl (4 cups cooked, any kind of rice is ok). Stir in milk, sugar and salt; mix well. Cover Rice Cooker with Rice Pudding Lid or make foil sling for 1 Qt Rice Cooker (see Rice Cooker Accessories page). Use Rice Pudding Heating Unit to stack bowls if necessary. Set Rice Cooker for Manual/White Rice mode – about 45 minutes on High pressure. Once cycle ends, let Rice Cooker naturally release pressure until float valve drops down, then carefully open lid away from you as steam may escape when you open it. Carefully remove hot stacked bowls from Rice Cooker using a sling or oven mitts and place them on heat-proof countertop for a minute or so, just enough to loosen Rice Pudding from sides of bowl. Rice Cooker Rice Pudding is ready to serve. Serve Rice Pudding warm in bowls with a dollop of whipped cream or scoop of ice cream on top if desired.