Comments for en-gb 30 Thu 25 Dec 2014 13:47:47 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at Amrita Alam Sandhy As I'm with sweet teeth, I love different kinds of sweet dishes. The dish u have shared with us is quite popular in our country.It's like a traditional sweet dish for us.we make this with much love in different occasions like birthday celebration, Pahela boishakh (the first day of Bengali Year) and so on. On top of that in the winter season we make this dish with date juice or raw sugar( made with date juice). Oh one thing more, We called this dish Fiirni or Paayesh or Khir In Bangladesh. To sum up, I love to thank You for this Well known sweet dish.Yeap, I love it. Fri 11 Feb 2011 07:26:20 GMT+1 awaheed This is very popular dessert in Pakistan and it is called KHEER in urdu language. It is a one of my favorite dessert.Abdul Waheed Wed 03 Nov 2010 14:45:54 GMT+1 Naheed It's a simple and easy to make dish. I would love to try it soon. Rice dessert is also common in Pakistan but is made with a bit of variation. Thanks for sharing the taste of Spain! Thu 28 Oct 2010 05:03:11 GMT+1 Tony This was a standard dessert when I was a child in Wales over 70 years ago. Long standing British recipe Tue 26 Oct 2010 22:40:05 GMT+1 merve ozan This dessert name is "sütlaç" in Turkey and it is a a traditional dessert. Tue 26 Oct 2010 12:10:48 GMT+1 fernandobraña Of course I've tried it. I don't know how many times but from my early childhood I've eaten rice with milk very often. My mum used to cook it as a dessert for me and my sisters every Sunday. My granmothers also cooked it and my mother in laws rice with milk is excellent and my son now loves in it ( he's two and a half years old)In Spain it is most typical of Asturias where every traditional food restaurant has it in their menus and tourists from other parts of Spain love it.There's a new version of it which is rice with chocolate milk and it's great too but I prefer the traditional dessert because I love the cinamon taste.My wife also cooks a delicious rice with milkCheers from Asturias!! Sat 23 Oct 2010 20:44:07 GMT+1 Seongjin Im Oh, I've never seen this one before. But there is similar one in Korea. Korean calls this one 'jook'. Tue 19 Oct 2010 08:30:08 GMT+1 miada I always ate it when i was a child, hot and without sugar. Thanks for the recipe! Sun 17 Oct 2010 07:55:25 GMT+1 teamowine It sounds like a new dessert to me. Putting cinnamon and sugar!quite much of sugar, isn't it? Brown sugar would be much heathier, I guess :) I should try this dessert. Thanks for your recipe. Sun 17 Oct 2010 03:34:58 GMT+1 latinoamazonico I really like it. In Colombia we have a similar dessert and when you serve you can add some parmessan chesse. It is really delicious. Sometimes, people add rassins or chopped coconut. Sat 16 Oct 2010 21:11:25 GMT+1 The Rice King Hello everybody.This is a delicious Spanish recipe. However, it is an international dessert.I recommend adding the sugar in a different order. Menchu said to add the sugar in step 5. However I usually add the sugar when the milk is hot and before it starts to boil, between step 1 and 2. Add the sugar and stir it with a spoon.This is better because the milk absorbs the sugar and when you add the rice it is sweeter.I hope you enjoy, it is an excellent dessert. It reminds me of my childhood. Thu 14 Oct 2010 15:17:22 GMT+1 zsoraya It's also a common dessert in algeria, it's easy to prepare it and very delicious and good for the chlidren. Sat 09 Oct 2010 07:51:58 GMT+1 hind we have a same dish in algeria ;but we use a milled rice;it is a famous dish in the north of the country ;it called "mhalbi";and we usually prepare in "ramadan". Fri 08 Oct 2010 19:05:13 GMT+1 Janis_is_here That's a very popular and delicious dessert from Peru, to be more exact. Here it is known as Arroz con leche and it's very well-known in Lima. Of course the right translation is Rice with milk, but from the ingredients, it is definitely our Peruvian dessert. Thu 07 Oct 2010 17:13:59 GMT+1 turcam Gracias , by the way, It is pretty similar with one of Turkish recipe called sütlaç. Tue 05 Oct 2010 13:23:03 GMT+1 mariglena UauHi I'm Marilena, and I live in Italy bat my origin are from Albania.In Albania too this desert is very used, and is my preferit.Complimento a la chica Espanola que ha propuesto este dulce :) Tue 05 Oct 2010 08:42:21 GMT+1 Kátia Delicious!!! It's the same in Brazil, but we call it "Sweet Rice". Mon 04 Oct 2010 19:42:28 GMT+1 mariastef oh, it's marvellous, I know it. I studied in Spain.But in august I bought in Lyon (France) a powder called "riz au lait des amants" that is a kind of rice and milk with ginger and mint... very good.bye Fri 01 Oct 2010 16:34:58 GMT+1 Astheart In the Czech Republic we call it "Rýžová kaše" and mostly children love it. We serve it with fresh or preserved fruit of jam, cocoa powder or chocolate as well. Yummy! Tue 28 Sep 2010 21:25:34 GMT+1 Sevales I agree that many countries have this delicious dessert; i guess it was easy to discover:)In Turkey we have two kind of Rice and milk( called SÜTLAÇ); one of them is like Mencu's recipe which is called plain SÜTLAÇ and other one definitely more delicious, called SÜTLAÇ in oven..while cooking rice and milk put a scrambled egg and mix altogether..when it's done divide into some flameproof deep plates and put them oven until their surfaces get a little burned..yumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:)) Fri 24 Sep 2010 21:49:35 GMT+1 Mari It is a common dessert in Brazil too. Here is called "arroz doce" or sweet rice. It's very delicious. Here lemon isn't used, but I think that it is a good idea. Thu 23 Sep 2010 17:59:37 GMT+1 Amita Sengupta This is a common dessert of Bengal,India.It's served during any auspicious occasion.It's called "Payesh" or Rice Pudding.Instead of cinnamon,Cardamom powder and Raisins are added.During winter when the molasses is available made from juices of Date-Palm trees,it's used with sugar for sweetness.It enhances the taste and colour of the Rice pudding. Wed 22 Sep 2010 09:22:58 GMT+1 DoraCan Ñam ñam Delicious!!!! but I'm on a diet :( Sun 19 Sep 2010 09:13:05 GMT+1 manolo It dish is quite know along my country but we likes to eat it with plenty of milk's sweet, may already you know this kind of sweet is very popular in Argentina. The rice with milk always bring me back to my chilhood. It was bound that my mom cooked it for me many times on winter. Sat 18 Sep 2010 19:37:20 GMT+1 milica Rice with milk is nice delicacy in many countries, in my Serbia too.. enjoy it ... Milica Sat 18 Sep 2010 18:56:48 GMT+1