Black and White Rice with Cardamom, Star Aniseed and Cinnamon

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What do you think of this variation on traditional rice pudding? We love it. We found it in among the festive vegan recipes in the Creativegan blog. And we liked the idea. Rice pudding is one of the most traditional desserts in Spain, but also in many other countries. It’s delicious in its texture and mild in its flavour. And most important of all, it’s very easy to make! The main ingredients are rice and milk. So we found this slightly more creative version, using different kinds of rice and spiced up with cardamom, aniseed and cinnamon. We’ll be using our Rice Drink.

A delicious dessert that you’ll love. All ready?


  • 30 g black rice
  • 110 g white rice
  • 400 ml Rice Drink
  • 30 g sugar
  • 2 cardamom pods
  • 1 star aniseed
  • 1 cinnamon stick


Step 1

Wash the black rice 2 or 3 times and put it to soak in plenty of water for 2 hours.

Step 2

Drain it and wash it 2 or 3 more times.

Step 3

Boil the white rice in a pan with at least a litre of water for 4 minutes.

Step 4

In another pan, boil the black rice for 8 minutes.

Step 5

Take out the white rice and wash it with water.

Step 6

But the Rice Drink in a casserole together with the sugar, the cardamom, the aniseed and the cinnamon. Stir until it boils.

Step 7

Turn the heat down and add the two kinds of rice. Mix well and simmer it all together for about 8 minutes.

Step 8

After this, take it off the heat and let it stand for another five minutes. Remove the cardamom, the aniseed and the cinnamon and serve in individual bowls. Serve with a little cinnamon sprinkled on top

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