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Precious Higgins: Chef Ricardo, I love your recipes. Cooking is one of my passions. I'm making a cornmeal pudding and I don't want to use powdered milk, what can I use as a substitute? Please help!
Jamgirl Smith: I am going to try this......u said 2 table spoons of butter. ....looks a lot more to me....plz confirm the amount
Diva4965: You can't have a video showing people how to make something then at the last minute you say that you forgot an ingredient. Prepare all the ingredients and make sure you have everything before you start your baking. In every Cornmeal pudding coconut milk is added as far as I know. So I don't know how that would taste. If you forgot your ingredients, erase the video and do another video. Also, it's 1 cup and three cups, not "tree" cups. It's time for you West Indians to stop calling Three, Tree. .
Trifena Dunbar: Nice chef Ricardo but the coconut milk is what my mom used to use as the liquid never tried with milk powder! Though adding some of the grated coconut helps to enhance that missing coconut milk flavor! Try with a scoop of ice cream for dessert and you can't go wrong! Bon Appétit!
yandel lovecook: Thank you Chef Ricardo for this lovely video. I am going to try it. Keep on doing cook and sharing your videos. Every blessings to you.
KimKen TheMua: lovely chef
Satchie Babe: Chief Ricardo you need to stop forgetting your ingredients. I have watched four of yr vids and very one you forget to put something or to mention one of the ingredient you use.
Michelle Murphy: nice
Tiffie M: Making this again for my Family/Friend Caribbean Cookout today...Yummy. Thanks Chef. May the lord continue to bless ya hands and knowledge on feeding people. Blessings...
Christina Porter: coconut milk instead of milk powder
Tiffie M: I just made this step by step. It came out SOOOO GOOD😋😋😋 I put one can of cream of coconut and one can of coconut milk with 4 cups of water and golden raisins. It was soo good. Thank you.
Alethia Llewellyn: More like cornmeal cake
aurora1166: Hi Chef Ricardo how about making corn pone not sure how t make it properly
Dawn Brown: Thanks for the video
Elaine Murdock: Good job, I Enjoy Watching
Stephanie Tate: I was a little shocked to find this guy is in the UK?? Am I right - do people still have 70's style kitchens and use spray cream? I thought taking bets when his head would hit that cabinet would have been fun in between the word 'simple' !! Great recipe (if you don't mind that the 'chef' forgot an ingredient!)
mickey rouke: Tree cups ah cyarmeel
calexs: Nest time try to say "simple" a few more times...
Arawak: I am no chef but I know this is not the way to make Jamaican cornmeal pudding. In the first place, the pudding should be baked, not boiled. There should be no reason to bring the liquid ingredients to the boil as it is heated only to dissolve sugar and salt. It is used to mix the batter at lukewarm, not piping hot. You never want to add fine dry ingredients to liquid as is done here as this makes for lumpiness instead of the smooth batter you are aiming for. Look elsewhere for the recipe.
Arawak: I am no chef but I know this is not the way to make Jamaican cornmeal pudding. In the first place, the pudding is baked, not boiled. There should be no reason to bring liquid ingredients to a boil. The Firstly, at no point is it necessary to bring liquid ingredients to a boil. The liquid is heated to dissolve sugar and salt and is ready to mix the batter only luke warn, not piping hot. And you certainly never add your dry ingredients to piping hot liquid as was done here. That only makes for lumpiness instead of the The ready batter should be smooth
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