Thursday, September 3, 2009

Roz bil halib (Rice Pudding )

Recipe by:zainab

Roz bil halib (Rice Pudding )

4 cups milk.
1/3 cup short grain rice(known here as Egyptian rice) washed.
1/4 cup sugar.

qaimar mixture:
2 Tablespoons rose water.
1 teaspoon vanilla extract.
2 Tablespoons corn starch.
3 Tablespoons qaimar(you can replace it with cream).

Chopped pistachios,toasted.

Roz bil halib (Rice Pudding )2

1)In a large pan mix milk, rice, sugar, bring to boil then reduce the heat, let it

simmer for 1 1/2 hour.

2)After the mixture is thickens stir in qaimar mixture .

3)Spoon the mixture to 5 dishes,topped with pistachios, serve it warm or cold .

Roz bil halib (Rice Pudding )1

Enjoy sengihnampakgigi

32 comments:

Chow and Chatter said...

this looks fab love rice pudding and i adore the spices in here

Anh said...

Beautiful pudding. This is so good for Ramadan. I'll be making it for my family. Thanks!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

That is a delicious dessert! I love the refined flavors...

Cheers,

Rosa

Parita said...

Looks sinfully good !!

Soma said...

so beautiful! we make something very similar, one with whole rice is called kheer.. the consistency is not very thick, more runny. the other one is Firni, which is withe powdered rice & could be dense or runny. Love it love it.

Shaista Tabrez said...

wow...i m drooling all over

Wellness Oriental said...

lovely recepie, thanks for sharing your passion with everyone. Wishing a good Ramadhan 2009! Ute-Maleeha from Germany.

Nourah said...

I've been hunting for rice pudding recipes, this one looks delicious...thanks for posting!

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

I love rice pudding! This sounds delicious with the addition of rose water and pistachios!

Seena said...

Ramadan Kareem dear sisters!
Pudding looks so beautiful! :)

Jessie said...

pretty photos and what a wonderful dessert pudding

meeso said...

I've never been big on rice pudding, but I know so many people who love it... my grandma always loved it and I would make it for her... yours looks lovely :)

むえいだ said...

We have a type of rice pudding here called "arroz con leche", I grew up eacting it.

This looks delicious, I didn't know other countries ate rice pudding. I've never seen it prepared this way before! can't wait to try it :)

Shabs.. said...

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Janice said...

now that's what I call an ultimate rice pudding, I love all the ingredients you put in there, and the pistachios just went the extra mile. Delicious!

Diana Bauman said...

I have been so busy with work lately, that I have missed a few of your recipes. This is beautiful. I do have a question, what is rose water? I'm so interested to try this out :)

Arabic Bites said...

Thanks everyone :D

Diana Bauman,
about rose water it is concentrated flavouring made from rose petals.(& it different than Orange flower water)
You can find it in Middle Eastern grocers, some supermarkets in the ethnic food section, and also in health food stores.
Hope this help.
feel free to ask if you have any more questions.

zainab :D

Namratha said...

Wow, the rice pudding looks very inviting, yummy!And gorgeous pics..

Diana Bauman said...

Thank you zainab! I am so excited as I just found a middle eastern store in my neighborhood :) I'll be visiting it soon!!

Chef Jeena said...

Wow this is a luxurious rice pudding! Beautiful! I would be so impressed if someone gave me this, the nuts on top give it so much elegance.

Peggy Bourjaily said...

I love rose water with a passion. Will have to try this out!

Peanutts said...

oooooooooh yummm, that looks very tempting and simple. Have seen something like that in pakistan its called keer

Anonymous said...

wow the pudding is amazing.
looks good and feels tasty
i made kadu ki kheer today for iftaar party . i will sure try ur recipe in future.

rizruby

maiOota said...

...
yummmmy (QQ) ..
I Love this pudding (QQ)
I'll try to make it on my own :D
promise u Sis :D

P.S : where is ur faces -.-! ??
I need them on my comments -.-

Jackie at PhamFatale.com said...

I love making kheer. It's so easy and de-li-cious. I love the addition of rose water. Kewra or orange blossom works well too. Yum!
Check out my version at http://www.phamfatale.com/id_85/title_Minas-Pistachio-Almond-Cardamom-Kheer-Indian-Rice-Pudding/

Muneeba said...

Rice pudding is comfort food to me, and yours looks so elegant! Great job!

kitchen queen said...

the rice pudding looks yummy and delicious. you can visit my blog view my recipes and give ur comments.

lisa (dandysugar) said...

I've had something similar to this but without the rosewater. This looks absolutely beautiful and so flavorful. You have a gorgeous blog.

George@CulinaryTravels said...

This is my idea of rice pudding heaven. So delicious.

Anonymous said...

Mashallah girls I havent visited your site in a while. You are still as talented as ever before. Your website looks fantastic. I will definitely be trying your Roz bil halib version.

Salams from Sydney Australia
Samia :)

abraham said...

hi Zainab & Hameeda, wonderful taste you have. infiact i have added this recipe to my article 'the best recipes of 2009' and it will be published on 7 dec. do visit my site for more info about it www.chackoskitchen.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

in the description of Roz bil Halib you have forgotten to explain how to use rose water.
Ramadan kareem

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