Rachel's Organic Divine Rice Reviews
Product Type: Rachel's Organic Pasta / Noodles
Description:Brand: Rachel's Organic / Type: Rice
Newest Review: ... thing its not too bad. The pots are housed in a black sleeve with Rachels Organic 'Divine Rice' on the front. The pots are ... more
by Beth - written on 11/12/11
Deliciously thick and creamy, this really did taste like my mum makes. The only problem is that I bought a large pot and it's now in the fridge calling to me!I picked it up while passing the chilled foods fridge in the supermarket, and after rejecting the other market brands, this one tempted me because it didn't have those horrible jammy blobs to ruin the taste. Rachels Dairy is a brand that I would trust to provide a delicious tasting dairy product, and they haven't disappointed me yet.
by - written on 20/07/11
I used to like these convenience pots of rice pudding but they seem to have changed the recipe. The last three I tried were little more than gloopy milk with a few rice grains. What a shame - definitely an "avoid this" recommendation for now.
by anon - written on 21/04/10
The only thing comparable in taste would be a mouthful of the North Sea.As a Scot who salts (lightly) rather than sugars her porridge, I wasn't put off by the inclusion of sea salt in the list of ingredients (even though I wouldn't dream of putting it in home-made rice pudding), so was unprepared for the overriding - and deeply unpleasant - taste. This stuff tastes of nothing but salt, salt and more salt. I've eaten seafood which is less salty. I can only assume that the people who like it live on such a high salt diet they can't taste it any more. Such a disappointment. Never again.I've given it one star, because I clicked on it by mistake, but really it shouldn't have any.
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 196 readings)
I love rice pudding, ir reminds me of being a child where we would have it on Sundays as a special treat. However I always find tinned rice pudding really, well, tinny and a little slimy, and Muller Rice are a bit runny for my liking. I have made 'proper' rice pudding but it takes so much effort to do it properly, not great for a quick treat. So when I spotted Rachel's Organic Divine Rice in my local Tesco's I thought I would give it a go. I have bought products from the Rachels Organic range before (I love the Greek style Honey Yoghurt) so I knew it would be good quality. At £1.29 for 2 150g pots it is quite steep, however as a treat rather than an everyday ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I adore this rice pudding!!!! After eating Muller rice pots for many years I happened to be in my local Sainsbury a few months ago and noticed a pack of 2 rice pots of similar size to Muller rice pots, entitled 'Rachel's Organic Divine Rice.' I decided to give them a go for a change and bought a pack. Once at home I decided to try my new purchase, and opened up a pot. The rice in these pots is thicker than other ready to eat rice, such as Muller, and creamy white looking. The taste is divine - and shows that the pots are aptly named. It reminded me of home made rice pudding, but even better. I ate it cold, as I do with Muller rice pots, and it was utterly and completely . Read the complete review
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