Danish Christmas Rice Pudding. Milton Abel, former head pastry chef at the French Laundry, Amass, and Noma, knows a thing or two about desserts. Here he serves up a traditional Danish. Whip the cream together with sugar.
The most popular Danish Christmas dessert, Risalamande is a wonderfully creamy almond rice pudding that is served topped with a delicious cherry sauce! Risengrød, or rice pudding, has been a beloved dish in Denmark for centuries, a dish enjoyed by rich and poor alike. See also: Christmas Recipe for traditional Danish Butter Cookies. You can have Danish Christmas Rice Pudding using 7 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Danish Christmas Rice Pudding
- You need 300 ml of water.
- It’s 180 g of rice.
- It’s 1 liter of milk.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of salt.
- You need 4 tbsp of sugar.
- It’s 2 tsp of cinnamon.
- You need 50 g of butter.
It is a rice pudding like no other. On Christmas it is a tradition to add a whole almond to the bowl. The one who gets it, wins a prize. This is a Christmas favorite that allow us to enjoy the wonderful rich flavors and festive colors of this dessert.
Danish Christmas Rice Pudding instructions
- Put rice and water in a pot and bring it to a boil.
- Boil for about 2 mins, then add the salt.
- Now add all the milk and bring to a boil again.
- As soon as the milk starts boiling, quickly remove the pot and wrap it completely in a towel.
- Put the wrapped bundle of ricey goodness under your bed covers and leave it there for about 2.5 hours.
- While you wait, you can prepare the topping by mixing the cinnamon and sugar (not that it takes 2.5 hours to do that…).
- If the pudding is still a little thin/watery after the wait, you can give it a quick boil to get rid of the remaining liquid.
- Serve in a small bowl, spread the cinnamon sugar, and put a small chunk of butter in the middle. Merry Christmas!.
Place the rice in a heavy bottomed saucepan along with the milk and the scraped vanilla pod and seeds. Danish Rice Pudding is a relatively new family favorite. This creamy, sweet pudding is a delicious dessert that everyone will love, whether or not you have Ris A La Mande (or Ris ala Mande. or Risalamande) is a Danish rice pudding that is typically served on or around Christmas as a dessert. Milton Abel, former head pastry chef at the French Laundry, Amass, and Noma, knows a thing or two about desserts. Here he serves up a traditional Danish Christmas rice pudding, which he spikes with cream cheese, cinnamon, and lemon while a brass band plays us into the holiday season.