Rice-Apple "Pudding" (Ryz z jablkami)

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Ingredients:

 
2 bags Boil-In-Bad white rice (Uncle Bens’s recommended)
6-8 medium apples (use your favorite apples, but they should be well ripen, not too sour and juicy. Peaches and apricots are also a great choice during the season)
1/4 cup butter
1 pinch nutmeg (optional)
Few tbsp sugar
Few tsp cinnamon
Sugar and cinnamon quantities are changeable - season to YOUR taste ;)


Directions:


Prepare rice according to package instructions.
Thinly grate apples and sprinkle them with a few drops of lemon (freshly squeezed lemon juice will retain their color and get them taste more refreshingly)
Melt butter in a heavy skillet over medium-low heat. Add apples and sauté 15 to 20 minutes, or until apples are tender. You may also fry it little more to brown it.
Grease the oven proof pan with butter and coat it with breadcrumbs.
Fill the dish with a half of rice mixture and make one thin layer of grated apples.
Sprinkle apples with sugar and cinnamon.
Cover the apples with the remaining rice mixture and add one more layer of grated apples.
Bake the rice pudding in the preheated oven around 45 minutes. First 10 minutes on 350 degrees F. After 10 minutes lower the temperature to 300 degrees F. If you see that the top is getting too brown just lower the temperature..
Baked rice pudding with apples could be eaten hot directly from the oven.
Smacznego!

Comments (2)
  • Anonymous
    This is an easy, basic, and adaptable recipe. Thank you very much.
  • Karen
    My daughter loves this! Thanks for the recipe.
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