Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding Recipe To Try Out

Recipe and recipe photograph by High Street TV who is a stockist for NutriBullet

Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding Recipe

Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding Recipe To Try Out. How yummy?

Hello and happy Friday. Nearly the weekend. I can almost grab it with both hands.

Rice pudding made in a Pressure King Pro. So tasty. I love making mine in the pressure cooker. I mixed up at first ( I didn’t put enough milk in!!) but now I have got it perfect!!

Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding Recipe To Try Out:

Are you looking for a nice treat recipe to cook in a Pressure King Pro?

If so, do you fancy trying this rice pudding recipe to making up in a Pressure King Pro?

So quick and easy to make and tastes delicious.

Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding Recipe

How To Make A Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding:

Pressure King Pro cooking time: 14 minutes

Serves 4

Ingredients:

25g / 1oz butter

100g / 4oz pudding rice

50g / 2oz sugar

700ml / 1¼ pint milk

Pinch of grated nutmeg

Instructions:

1.) Firstly, press the RICE FUNCTION and melt the butter with lid off.

2.) Tip in the rice and sugar, stir through the milk and bring to a simmer.

3.) Press CANCEL.

4.) Close the lid and set the pressure release valve to closed. Press RICE FUNCTION. Once the timer has finished, carefully release the pressure using the slow release method, while wearing oven gloves and an apron. First, press CANCEL. Leave the pressure release valve closed and allow at least 15 minutes for the pressure to release naturally. When the float valve has dropped, move the release valve to the open position to ensure all pressure is released. Give the unit a gentle shake to release any trapped steam.

5.) Remove the lid, sprinkle with nutmeg and stir well.

 6.) Close lid but set pressure release valve to open. Press RICE FUNCTION and adjust the timer to 1 minute. Simmer to thicken.

7.) Last but not least, spoon into dishes.

Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding Recipe

So what do you think of this Rice Pudding Recipe? Do you fancy trying it? Of course, it is so tasty if you do get to try it.

*Recipe and recipe photograph by High Street TV who is a stockist for NutriBullet* Also Pressure King Pro*No Payment was received*

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Pressure King Pro Rice Pudding Recipe To Try Out:

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15 Comments

  1. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    6th May 2016 / 8:18 pm

    Yum! I've been in the mood for rice pudding lately!

  2. Unknown
    4th August 2017 / 11:52 pm

    Where are the specific timings

  3. Fi
    21st January 2019 / 11:59 am

    How many servings does this make please

    • 23rd January 2019 / 2:41 pm

      Thanks for the comment FI. It serves 4. I will update the post now 🙂

  4. Val
    8th February 2019 / 4:29 pm

    I’ve made this rice pudding quite a few times so easy and delicious, thank you

    • 9th February 2019 / 9:11 pm

      Thanks so muchf or stopping by and sharing your thoughts Val 🙂 So glad you like the recipe.

  5. 2nd April 2020 / 8:36 am

    Looks good. Never heard of the Pressure King Pro, I’m assuming it’s similar to the Instant Pot that I have. Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 11, open April 1 to 26. All entries shared on social media if share buttons installed. I’d like to invite you to check out my other current link parties!

  6. Claire
    Author
    18th August 2020 / 8:23 pm

    Thanks for stopping by Dee, just found your message. Yes it is same as a instant pop 🙂

  7. hty
    4th January 2021 / 6:50 pm

    Terrible recipe – says leave valve OPEN – when it’s open it wont come up to pressure, therefore no timer will show and you can’t change it! So you can’t change the timer. Read recipe in the PKP book and you will see the valve needs to be CLOSED

    • 4th January 2021 / 7:33 pm

      Hi, this is a guest post from High Street TV & Pressure King Pro which I posted for them free of charge, years ago when they asked me to share the recipe after I reviewed one for them. They have added a bit more of the method in step 4 which I have updated: Once the timer has finished, carefully release the pressure using the slow release method, while wearing oven gloves and an apron. First, press CANCEL. Leave the pressure release valve closed and allow at least 15 minutes for the pressure to release naturally. When the float valve has dropped, move the release valve to the open position to ensure all pressure is released. Give the unit a gentle shake to release any trapped steam. The valve at the end is if you just want to thicken it up a little.

  8. Maria
    15th January 2021 / 5:06 pm

    Love this i use in pkp rice pud is perfect .

    • 16th January 2021 / 9:53 am

      Thank you Maria. I love making rice pudding in mine too. My most used recipe 🙂

  9. Sean
    6th July 2021 / 6:02 pm

    I had to use Browning function to melt the butter (‘Ruce’ wouldn’t work with lid off, possibly a typo) but I had to cook it for 25-30 minutes to get the ruce soft and the milk creamy. Double checked the quantities, all ok. So, don’t know what happened but it was delicious!

    • 11th July 2021 / 6:28 pm

      Thanks for the comment Sean. I always found that the rice thickened on cooling, if this helps?

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