is a dessert traditionally served on Christmas Eve in Denmark. It is a kind of rice pudding, usually served cold and warm cherry sauce is poured on top (kirsebærsauce).
Portioned from a large bowl at
the end of the Christmas dinner, a whole almond is hidden in the bowl of
the pudding. The one who finds the almond wins a gift. The fun is to
hide the almond in your mouth as long as possible so that people will
keep taking seconds and thirds in an attempt to find the almond and
Have you ever tried Risalamande? Time to make your own! Kathrine from Metropolitan University College shows us how to make Danish rice pudding in the below video - enjoy it :)