Rice and mung beans pudding

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Ramona's Cuisine -

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@ramonascuisine

If you don't do dairy, we also cut on this quite a bit and just replace it with almond, oats or coconut milk; absolutely delicious with every single one of them so feel free to replace your milk with the one that you like and consume most.

*** If you use coconut milk I wouldn't use the desiccated coconut as it's too much coconut but only use this with any other milk options, it's superb! ? ? ?

Rating:

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Serves:
4
Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
20 Min
Method:
Stir-Fry

Ingredients

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    300 g rice pudding
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    100 g mung beans
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    500 ml milk or 400ml coconut milk & 100ml water
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    500 ml milk or 400ml coconut milk & 100ml water
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    3-4 coconut palm sugar
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    3-4 coconut palm sugar
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    1/4 tsp himalayan salt (pink)
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    1/4 tsp himalayan salt (pink)
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    2 tbsp desiccated coconut (optional)
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    2 tbsp desiccated coconut (optional)
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    150 g blueberries (or any other fruits)
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    150 g blueberries (or any other fruits)
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    1 fistful goji berries (dried)
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    1 fistful goji berries (dried)
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    2 tbsp sunflower seeds (or any nuts to sprinkle on top)
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    2 tbsp sunflower seeds (or any nuts to sprinkle on top)

How to Make Rice and mung beans pudding

Step-by-Step

  1. Because I cook the rice straight with he milk I always soak it for at least 5-6 hours together with them Mung beans. I usually do it over night.
  2. Place the rice and the beans together with the milk in a pan over medium heat. When it starts boiling put the heat on lowest and stay alert as the milk may just go out of the pan especially the cows milk. Add the sugar and salt and cook for 15-20 min stirring in occasionally.
  3. Serve on a plate with a sprinkle of fresh berries, another one of nuts and or desiccated coconut or fresh coconut shavings. Whatever you have and like will be perfect.

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About Rice and mung beans pudding

Course/Dish: Other Breakfast
Main Ingredient: Rice/Grains
Regional Style: Italian



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