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Friday, April 4, 2014

ERICÁCIAS WITH 13TH CENTURY RECIPE FOR RICE WITH HONEY, A DELECTABLE DESSERT

4/4/14

Photo from: Tinamarie52


L. Erica, Fr. éricaées, Eng. heath family, heather. Of the 1,500 species, only one third belong to the genus Erica, common heather (see brezo) is included. It is most commonly used for heating ovens, making brooms and thatching roofs. Symbolically, heather came to mean protection, luck and rain-making. Bees gather nectar from the flowers to make honey. [ES: Herbs. Oct 8, 02; and Silva. 1994:176]

RECIPE FOR RICE PUDDING WITH HONEY ADAPTED FROM HUICI'S TRANSLATION OF #408 RECETA DEL ARROZ CON MIEL, p 225

Ingredients

1/3 c rice
1 qt milk
1 tsp cinnamon and 1 tbsp sugar[1]
¼ c honey[2]
¼ c melted butter

Garnish
1 tsp sugar
½ tsp cinnamon

Preparation
The Perfect Blending of Honey and Rice!
Photo by: Lord-Williams

PREHEAT OVEN TO 325ºF/160º C

Put rice and 3 ¾ c milk in a oven proof dish. Add cinnamon and sugar. Stir and cook in oven for 3 ½ to 4 hours until it reaches a consistency like a stiff  pudding.

Remove from oven and add ¼ c milk and ¼ cup skimmed honey. If too liquidy, put it in a saucepan and bring to a boil until the pudding is stiff enough to form a circle.

Pour the pudding into a serving dish and make a hole in the middle. Fill it with melted butter. Sprinkle the pudding with cinnamon and sugar and serve to guests one wants to impress as it is so delicious!

This can be reheated in a microwave oven.


[1] The Medieval Spanish Chef’s addition.
[2] The original recipe calls for 4-5 lbs honey but it does not state how much rice should be used.

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