Semolina porridge recipe is one of the easiest and quickest you can possibly have. It literally takes 5 minutes to be done. In Poland, kasza manna is usually made for kids, however, many people eat it for breakfast with different add-ons.
Best Add-Ons For Semolina Porridge
Speaking of add-ons for semolina pudding. The dish is sweet because of milk. Try to mix it with:
- fruits (fresh, lyophilized, dry)
- honey or any other sweetener
- spices such as cinnamon or vanilla
Of course, you can eat it without any add-ons, it’s delicious just like that.
Tips For Making Semolina Porridge
Use any kind of milk.
Although I always go for cow milk, you can use any other kind of milk including rice, coconut, oatmeal, lactose-free, and even formula for infants.
Serve it warm or cold.
The dish tastes delicious when served either hot or cold.
Remember that semolina absorbs liquids, so you may need to add a bit more milk when you decide to cool it off. Otherwise, the semolina pudding may be too thick.
Semolina Porridge Recipe
- 2 cups of milk
- 4 tbsps of semolina
- fruits/ syrup/ nuts/ jam/ chocolate
- Pour a teaspoon of water to the pot and make sure the entire bottom is wet. Then add milk (it will prevent the milk from burning).
- Add semolina and cook slowly, stirring from time to time.
- The dish is ready to eat when you get the consistency of the pudding.
Depending on the type of semolina, the cooking time may vary. The instant one will be ready almost immediately, standard semolina may need a few more minutes to be ready.
Semolina porridge is ready to eat when it's soft and it has the consistency of the pudding.
If you want to make it more watery, add more milk.
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