Milkrice pudding low calories (rice cooked in milk) Tejberizs

Milkrice pudding low calories (rice cooked in milk) Tejberizs
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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 4
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 222.3
  • Total Fat: 3.2 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 35.2 mg
  • Total Carbs: 40.7 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 1.6 g
  • Protein: 6.0 g

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Introduction

Minimalist, low fat (3g/serving) easy, cheap milk rice pudding recipe.
Advantage: Everybody can make a rice pudding - the difference I made is precise portion control, and fine tuned proportions.
Disadvantage: Evaporating the milk does take time (20+ mins), and needs stirring.
Minimalist, low fat (3g/serving) easy, cheap milk rice pudding recipe.
Advantage: Everybody can make a rice pudding - the difference I made is precise portion control, and fine tuned proportions.
Disadvantage: Evaporating the milk does take time (20+ mins), and needs stirring.

Number of Servings: 4

Ingredients

    1. Rice, white long-grain vegetable raw dry (100g=365kcal), 150 gram(s)
    2. Water, tap, 20 mL
    3. Milk 1.8% Fat (1box=1L, 1serving=250ml=123kcal), 250 Ml

    Optional:
    4. Oat meal, wholegrain (1portion=40g=149kcal, 100g=372kcal, 1bag=500g), 40 gram(s)
    5. Granulated Sugar, 7.5 grams
    6. Canola Oil, 0.33 tbsp (5g)

Tips

I use canola oil as it is neutral in taste. It can be replaced by other fat/oil (butter, margarine, olive oil, etc.).
Serve with cinnamon, jam, honey, etc.
The oatmeal adds crunchiness-chewiness, and makes one feel full sooner.
One serving (150g cooked) makes me feel 60% full, two servings (300g cooked) makes me feel 100% full.


Directions

1. Mix water and rice; boil until water is sucked away by the rice (few minutes).
2. Add milk, canola oil; boil until milk evaporates/sucked up (about 20 minutes).
3. Mix in sugar, oat meal before serving.
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* The amount of sugar and oat meal has been fine tuned.
* Depending on how soaky you like, stop the cooking earlier. I like it quite "dry" (as on the photo).
* You can use any rice, milk, oat meal, I just like to add my own raw materials to the database for proper calorie counts, and to be able to count in grams and mL.
* Cooking double amount is easy (1L milk), and stores well in the fridge for one day. Triple amount needs too big containers (would be 1.5L milk), and I don't recommend.
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* Due to cooking milk, I recommend using a non-sticking (Teflon) pot to boil.

Serving Size:
Total: 600g=900kcal=4serving.
1 serving=150g=225kcal.

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