Arabian Gulf Pudding


Arabian Gulf Pudding is a tantalizing dessert served throughout the Gulf Countries. Plump sukary dates, freshly ground cardamom and fragrant rosewater make this little dish burst with traditional flavors. 

4 cups water
1 can (397 grams) sweetened condensed milk
1/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon ground cardamom
1-1/2 cups rolled oats
1/2 cup diced dates
1 tablespoon rose water
Whole dates for topping

1.      Add water, condensed milk, sugar and cardamom in a 1-quart saucepan on full heat. Bring to a full boil.

2.      Add oats and stir. Simmer on low continuously stirring for 5 minutes. Add dates, stir for 1 minute add rose water and stir.

3.      Add pudding into serving dishes, add a date then cover and place into refrigerator until serving time.

Yields: 8 servings

16 fabulous comments:

  1. From Yeast to Zest4/07/2012

    Looks very yummy! Do the oats keep their shape?

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  2. Asmaa4/07/2012

    MashAllah fabulous looking pudding especially served in that square bowl :)
    Sister, i have been searching for your Zaatar spice mix recipe but can't find it and i'm sure you have did 1 a very looong time ago.

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  3. Asmaa4/07/2012

    done**** sorry typo

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  4. Noor4/07/2012

    Zelia the mixture turns into this great pudding like texture when its cold and you could never know it was oatmeal unless you cooked it, it taste great my dh and I were going through it like crazy :)

    Asmaa, thank you :) Yea you can find it here
    http://www.yasalamcooking.com/2012/03/mankoush.html

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  5. Fatima SafranaArgana4/08/2012

    I really like oats.. and i absolutly need new oats recipes.

    I'll give this one a try!

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    • Noor4/08/2012

      I like oats a lot as well I am sure you will like this one then.

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  6. From Yeast to Zest4/08/2012

    Ok then I will make it, My MIL Hamoode and I go through oatmeal like crazy. I can use that fat free condensed milk for her. Yumm!

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    • Noor4/08/2012

      Yea I know this is something that you would like :)

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  7. Nurie4/08/2012

    Wow, you cook too! Will definitely browse here whenever I feel like cooking arabic food. The dessert looks yummeh!

    Reality: maybe just browse and buy em from the shop! hahaha coz Im not a good in the kitchen!

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    • Noor4/15/2012

      Your silly and thank you :)

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  8. Om Lujain©4/12/2012

    yum! That looks delish.. and I LOVE the presentation! masha'allah.. ur talented!

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    • Noor4/15/2012

      Thank you sweets I wish I had more light for my pictures :(

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  9. simplemittens4/15/2012

    wow. this looks wonderful. so glad to have found your blog :)

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  10. Noor4/15/2012

    thanks oops lol

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