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Is it possible to flambé rice pudding with rum?

asked by lowden almost 2 years ago
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Farmer's_market
added almost 2 years ago

I don't know, but I've simply flavored rice pudding with a little rum and orange zest, then brulee'd the top (like creme brulee.) That was pretty delicious. Just another spin on your idea.

Bigpan
added almost 2 years ago

Simple flambé process in this case is to serve the puss, heat the spirits table side, light, and pour in a slow drizzle over the dessert in front of guests.
Practice is a good idea. Very easy once you get the knack.
For added effect, pour with one hand about two feet above the dish while sprinkling cinnamon powder onto the flame. Cinnamon, behind wood bark. Burns and sparkles - thanks to Commanders Palace for teaching me this trick.