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|By :Chef AJ|
|Duration||less than 15 min|
|Diet||Celiac, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Plant-Based, Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||5 minutes|
Chef AJ has been devoted to a plant-based diet for almost 40 years. She is the host of the television series Healthy Living with CHEF AJ which airs on Foody TV. A chef, culinary instructor and professional speaker, she is the author of the popular book Unprocessed: How to Achieve Vibrant Health and Your Ideal Weight, which chronicles her journey from a junk-food vegan faced with a diagnosis of pre-cancerous polyps, to learning how to create foods that nourish and heal the body.
Based in Los Angeles, Chef AJ teaches how to create meals to transform health, how to deal with cravings and food addiction and addresses the emotional side of eating. She is the creator of The Ultimate Weight Loss Program, was the Executive Pastry Chef at Sante La Brea Restaurant in Los Angeles, creator of Healthy Taste of LA and the YouTube cooking show The Chef and the Dietitian. Chef AJ holds a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University and is a member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.
I used coconut milk and added brown sugar, not bad
Excellent recipe. The instructions are great. As noted, a great substitute for oatmeal.
We recently moved to plant based eating. I made this for my family for dessert tonight. Followed the recipe as is. They all loved it!
I can’t make this work – burn error continously. Have added more liquid, but still too easely burns.
Do not do this. So much wasted rice and spices. I followed the recipe and kept getting the “burn” warning. I added an extra cup of alternative milk and got the burn warning again. Its nothing like a pudding and barely has any flavor at all.
Burn message within 2 minutes of pressure cooking time. Am finishing it off in the microwave.
Triggers the burn alert after a couple minutes, just like previous reviews state, don’t bother following this recipe…
I tried it and got burn over and over even after adding lots more almond milk. I think the issue is i used dry rice and the recipe calls for leftover rice. I would be interested to try again with already cooked rice, but definitely don’t do dry rice or it will burn!
Delicious! I did get the burn notice but it was right at the end and still finished the cycle. I think next time I will try to add the liquids last. This time I had the rice sitting in the milk while I cut up the apples and its possible it started absorping right awat.
Tried to make this twice and all it did was burn.
Did as instructed and got burn message before it got to pressure. Ugh:(
Update….emptied out my pot and did pot-in-pot method. Turned out delicious.
Nice save switching to pot in pot. With very starchy recipes, try using nonstick cooking spray first.
I’ve never tried that, I often have problems with pasta as well so I’ll try that next time thanks so much:)
I would doyble the amount of brown sugar. Orherwise it turned out perfect!
The burn message came on a minute or two before the pressure cooker phase started. The bottom of the pot showed that the spices had burned and stuck to the bottom. Maybe the recipe needs more than two cups of liquid. This recipe also needs at least 1/2 c sugar. The recipe is OK but I wouldn’t make it again.
I would have like to tried it but burnt food never taste good. To much rice to the amount of milk. Should have more liquid so you dont get the BURN notice. Recheck your ratios before cooking this recipe.
Same issue burn after 2 minutes. very disappointing
Didn’t like this at all. Flavors were overbearing.
Use the pot in pot method or this burns, as others have said. I added brown sugar. Served warm with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream, it’s good. As a stand alone we aren’t crazy about it.
Hey everybody, use rice that’s already cooked. That won’t burn.
This was so good! Everything went smoothly. It’s a great think to throw in for guests.