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Coconut rice pudding, madagascar vanilla, mint leaves

Tapas, Sweet

Presented in a white ramequin, this is a rich and delicious coconut and vanilla rice pudding.

L'idée déco

When arriving close to the end of cooking the rice, be vigilant, so as not to let the rice stick or burn.


Recipe for 12

Coconut milk rice

150 Gr
Arborio rice
40 Gr
398 Ml
Coconut milk
350 Ml
2 Unit(s)
Vanilla bean
40 Gr

Crème anglaise

250 Ml
3 Unit(s)
Egg yolk
40 Gr
3 Leaf(ves)

Whipped cream

150 Ml
35% whipping cream
Coconut rice pudding, Madagascar vanilla, mint leaves

Preparation time: 45.00 min

  • Coconut rice

    Heat the 2% milk with half of the sugar.  Once the milk comes to a boil, reduce the heat and add the arborio rice along with the other half of the sugar.  With a rubber spatula stir the rice often, to avoid the rice sticking to the bottom of the pot.  The cooking time should be approximately 35 minutes, it is ready when all of the milk has been absorbed by the rice.  Once done, transfer the rice to a baking sheet and cover with plastic wrap to cool it faster.

  • Creme anglaise

    Place the gelatine sheets in cold water to rehydrate, set aside.

    Heat the milk in a saucepot.

    In another saucepot, off the heat, whip the egg yolks with the sugar until they turn a soft white.  Slowly encorporate the hot milk to the egg and sugar mixture.

    Once fully mixed, heat the liquid at low heat, stirring constantly, until the sauce thickens to desired consistency.

    Squeeze the excess water from the gelatine sheets you hydrated earlier and add them to the sauce and stir to encorporate.


  • Whipped cream

    Whip the 35% cream in a bowl until the desired consistency, usually when peaks can be formed.  Refrigerate.

  • Plating

    Once all of the ingredients have cooled, incorporate the crème anglaise to the rice a little bit at a time with the help of your rubber spatula. Incorporate the whipped cream next. For the decoration, place a few mint leaves and a piece of vanilla bean on top.

When arriving close to the end of cooking the rice, be vigilant, so as not to let the rice stick or burn.

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