Recipe: A Summer Snack

Semolina pudding

This weekend, I didn’t really want to cook and I, having a sweet tooth, had  a craving for one of my Mom’s sweet treats. I don’t know if you were already able to figure out what it is from the picture or if you remember it from earlier posts, because I have talked about it before.

It’s semolina pudding.

It’s super-easy to make and so tasty, so I thought I’d share the recipe with you today. You can pour some raspberry sauce over it, eat it with fresh strawberries or just enjoy it plain.

If you haven’t had it, give it a try. I think you might like it!

Semolina Pudding

1 liter (34 oz) milk
30g  (1 oz) butter

125g (4.4 oz) semolina (flour)
100g (3.5 oz) sugar

2 egg yolks

Bring milk, butter and salt to a boil. Remove from heat. Stir in the semolina and sugar until it thickens.

Stir in 2 whisked egg yolks and pour in a bowl that was rinsed out with cold water.  Sprinkle some sugar on the top. Cool over night and enjoy :)

  1. Ah!! San! This is an AMAZING use of semolina flour. New favourite!! Thank you! :)
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  2. This looks delicious. Could you describe the taste, San? Is it sweet?

    1. Yes, it’s sweet, but not supersweet (just right ;)).
      The texture is like any other pudding, just a little… “creamier”?

  3. Oh my gosh. That looks soooo delicious. I am going to have to try this!!! <3

  4. Yummmm, that really looks good! You’re making my mouth water!

  5. I had actually never heard of this before. I am really picky when it comes to semolina though. ;)
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  6. I don’t usually like pudding but this looks delicious!!

  7. I have heard of it, but never tasted it. Think I have to try it out. :-)
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  8. This sounds different… and looks different… but if it’s sweet, I’d take a bite in a heartbeat. Thanks for popping over on my blog – school supplies lovers unite! BTW, I read your about page and I’m proud to say I’ve been to both Dusseldorf and Koln. We had friends living overseas for a year or so and we decided to visit. The lived in Dusseldorf but we spent the day in Koln taking in the cathedral and Lindt museum. My only regret? I didn’t try doner – I’m so sad that I was skeezed out over it because that’s all they talk about since they’ve been home. Boo.
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  9. Never heard of it but I will have to try it! Yum!
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