i bought a recipe book by a local women's group on my recent trip to belize (silly bug & bittle recipes) and this one sounds like something i would like. i've tried a few rice pudding recipes before, but never had it baked. the recipe says you can serve it warm or after cooling. i have no idea how much this makes or how long you should bake it, but i'll update the recipe as soon as i make it or you leave me a review to give me the information.
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