Horchata de Arroz (Rice Drink)

Horchata de Arroz (Rice Drink)

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LatinaCook 713

"Refreshing rice drink with a hint of cinnamon. This version does not need to be boiled. Make a slush,if desired, by adding crushed ice. Enjoy!"

Ingredients

12 h 15 m servings 396 cals
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Nutrition

  • Calories:
  • 396 kcal
  • 20%
  • Fat:
  • 7.5 g
  • 11%
  • Carbs:
  • 71.8g
  • 23%
  • Protein:
  • 9.7 g
  • 19%
  • Cholesterol:
  • 27 mg
  • 9%
  • Sodium:
  • 109 mg
  • 4%

Based on a 2,000 calorie diet

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  1. Place the rice in a bowl with enough water to cover it and let it soak overnight.
  2. Strain the rice and discard the water. Stir the cold water and evaporated milk together. Place the drained rice into a blender along with half of the diluted milk. Blend until the rice is finely ground, about 30 seconds. Add the sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla; blend well. Pour in the remaining diluted milk; blend.
  3. Line a strainer with two layers of cheesecloth. Place the strainer over another bowl to catch the liquid. Strain the rice milk through the cheesecloth, discard the solids. Repeat the process if necessary. Serve over ice.
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Hola a todos!! I submitted this recipe. Yes, Horchata is originally a Mexican drink. I'm PuertoRican, not the drink. I can't find where it says otherwise but apparently someone must have made a ...

Why do you all think this is good? The recipe doesn't even make sense. Pour 2 cups of evaporated milk in the blender when the ingredients only calls for a cup and a half (two cups is 16 ounces)....

this is a good recipe I make this all the time, we love horchata it goes well with spicy Mexican food. I boil water with cinnamon sticks, and use that to give it a stronger cinnamon taste.

I love Horchata, but it is not a Puerto-Rican drink. It derived from Mexico and Central America. If you want an authentic Puerto-Rican drink try Coquito. There are some pretty good recipes for i...

This tastes exactly like the version served at a favorite Mexican restaurant. I consider this to be "authentic" and love it. Thanks!

It was great! It tasted the way it used to when My mom made it, and much better than any restaurant horchata. However, I have a question: is it necessary to use long-grain rice, or can short-gra...

Yumm!! I made this and it's so good!! Thanks for sharing!

Horchata came from Mexico.... its mexican!

This is one of my favorite drinks! I added a stick of cinnamon, and some nutmeg on top! Very good, thanks latina cook~