In today's live stream, I have cooked a hearty vanilla rice pudding with raisins, nuts, and blueberries. It is the kind of comfort food I crave on snowy days like today. Feel free to watch the live stream again.
As usual, all dishes I feature on my live stream are whole food plant-based and oil-free.
This dish is usually cooked with round grain rice, but I borrowed inspiration from India. They cook rice pudding with whole grain rice, cardamom, and saffron.
However, I wanted to preserve e some features of this rice pudding from the memories I had when my mom cooked us rice pudding.
She would cook it with round grain rice, milk, and cinnamon and would later top it with mandarin oranges from a can. Soooo delicious, but loaded with sugars.
1 cup whole grain rice, Basmati
2 cups of water
2 cup almond milk, more if needed
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp cinnamon
1 cup assorted raisins, cranberries, and nuts
1 cup frozen blueberries
Juice from one lemon
Here is the Thanksgiving casserole recipe that so many people had asked for. It is really a very simple casserole recipe. The beans can be substituted with lentils, mushrooms, or eggplant just to mention a few.
As usual, it is cooked without oil as this is part of our whole food plant-based lifestyle. Although I added the optional maple syrup, for the ones who like it a little sweeter, you can definitely eat it without the syrup.
This article was originally published on Life of a Vegan Chef
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