Mahallabiyah (Traditional Ground Rice Pudding)

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Mahallabiyah (Traditional Ground Rice Pudding)

Post by Aisha on Sat Aug 08, 2009 8:17 am

salaam

Rice pudding especially for Suhoor (late night) or for whenever you are craving a sweet milky pudding:

5 Tablespoons Ground Rice
6 Tablespoons Nido (or other milk powder)
6 tablespoons Sugar
6 cups water
Vanilla sugar or rosewater or orange-blossom water to flavour
Ground nuts or cinnamon to decorate

This can be prepared for single servings in dessert dishes - particularly for guests or in one large dish if you are short of time.

Sieve the ground rice into a bowl and add 2 cups of water - whisking to remove any lumps. Put the rest of the water on to boil and add the milk powder, sugar and flavouring.
When it is boiling add the rice mixture and stir while you bring it back to the boil. Let it boil for a few more minutes (3-4 mins) still stirring to prevent lumps forming.
If using glass dishes the saucepan may be placed in cold water to cool slightly (keep stirring from time to time).
Ladle into dishes and decorate.

Will keep very well for up to 2 days in a refrigerator.

InshaAllah i will add pics next time I make this - probably in ramadhan inshaAllah Wink

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Re: Mahallabiyah (Traditional Ground Rice Pudding)

Post by Guest on Sat Aug 08, 2009 8:55 am

salaam

ok this sounds goooood!! mashallah :blueteapot:

cant wait for ramadan Very Happy

:barak02: for sharing
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Re: Mahallabiyah (Traditional Ground Rice Pudding)

Post by Guest on Sat Aug 29, 2009 6:21 pm

salaam
Sounds good to me!Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Mahallabiyah (Traditional Ground Rice Pudding)

Post by Guest on Thu Jan 06, 2011 7:19 pm

Esalaamu aleikoum,


Machallah I love muhallebi. I never used milk powder before as I just use milk but I am tastes great either way!

I give my children this, also assida almost daily for breakfast!
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