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Arroz Doce


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Ingredients

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Arroz Doce

  • 250 grams Milk
  • 1 pod Vanilla Bean.
  • 1 stick cinnamon
  • 6 pieces lemon rind
  • salt, Refer to steps for amounts
  • 1100 grams water
  • 200 grams rice, NOT Arboiro
  • 3 egg yolks
  • 80 grams sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
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Recipe's preparation

    Riice
  1. Can be done the day before or using left over cooked rice. Or follow directions below.

  2. 1100 grams of water (I boil mine in a kettle) into the TM Jug with the butterful inserted.. Place lid and lock down.  Veroma temp, speed 1 Gentle stir setting, No counter-clockwise operation when you see the steam arising from the lid slowly pour in rice grains, making sure the water remains boiling at all times.

  3. Add 1/4 teaspoon salt.

  4. Reduce the temperature to 100 Degrees, place basket on the lid so steam can escape, boil rice for about 20 mins till tender.

  5. Drain the rice using the basket, seperating the grains with the spatular.  Spread it out on a double thickness of kitchen paper.

  6. Milk
  7. Add milk to TM bowl, place vanilla pod, cinnamon stick, pieces of lemon rind and 1/8 teaspoon salt bring to boil Veroma, No counter-clockwise operation. Remove and place in the Thermo Server with lid on.  Let steep for approx 30 mins.

  8. Custard
  9. Place sugar in TM bowl and mill for 10 sec on speed 9, insert the butterfly and add the egg yolks beat until light and lemony in colour.

  10. Counter-clockwise operation speed 3-4 90 degrees Celcius, put timer on to 8 mins lid on and TM running; slowly pour in the milk mixture.

  11. Remove the cinnamon stick, peel, and vanilla bean.

  12. Custard should be thick enough to coat the spatular.
    With the TM running No counter-clockwise operation at 80 degrees Celcius pour the cooked rice through the hole in the lid and cook for a further 2 mins.

  13. Pour into a shallow dish and cool to room tempreture, just before servng sprinkle the ground cinnamon on to the top of rice.

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  • just boiling the water to get

    Submitted by helen28 on 15. April 2015 - 14:52.

    just boiling the water to get started and i'm going to give it a try with arborio, but won't be testing until tomorrow. first sample will be with aforementioned workmate. maybe the glutinous quality is part of her families recipe. i should be in the position to report back on friday night. stand by.

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  • Hi Helen, Tradition, I

    Submitted by zelagay on 15. April 2015 - 10:44.

    Hi Helen, Tradition, I suppose. But I Googled it before commenting to you and most say short grain rice NOT arborio.
    Try both ways and post a comment, I would say that the arboirio is to glutinious, I use this rice for English Rice Cream.
    There is a difference. Hope this is helpful.

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  • i was wondering why you

    Submitted by helen28 on 14. April 2015 - 21:38.

    i was wondering why you specify not arborio rice. when i asked a portuguese friend (who had made this for a work party) whether i should use short or long grain rice, she told me to make it with arborio.

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  • Would love to try this -

    Submitted by Karenina on 10. April 2013 - 09:48.

    Would love to try this - sounds amazing!  Will comment again when I have. 

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  • You can substitute nutmeg for

    Submitted by zelagay on 30. March 2013 - 17:49.

    You can substitute nutmeg for the top of rice if you prefer.

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  • You can substitute nutmeg for

    Submitted by zelagay on 30. March 2013 - 17:48.

    You can substitute nutmeg for the top of rice if you prefer.

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