A great comfort food
If you have never tried Semolina you don't know what you are missing. It really is a wonderful healthy but creamy comfort food which mum often made for us when we were kids. You can vary the amount of sugar you add according to taste and add jam or chocolate sauce for extra flavour if you wish. It's very cheap to make too and doesn't take long. BUT Whitworth's recipe is incorrect because 1.2 litres of milk is completely wrong for 100 grammes of powder, it should be more like a pint or even less if you want it nice and thick.
great for roasting potatoes - super crispy
we sprinke over potatoes just before roasting - nigella lawson tip! give them a fantastic crunch!
I always use it when I make Shortbread biscuits - brilliant! Oh, and it makes a quick, healthy, easy pud too.
make my own as I can't have dairy brilliant
love making my own as I can't have dairy, this is brilliant now if I could just find dried rice for puddings
We use this to make pasta using Kenwoods with an a
We use this to make pasta using Kenwoods with an attachment. It works out really nice for Tagliatelle.
Lovely and simple to make
This is a remnant from my school days which I now make for my children and they love it. Much more authentic than the tinned or packet ready made versions.
Good old semolina! Not only lovely creamy dessert,
Good old semolina! Not only lovely creamy dessert,but gorgeous on roast potatoes and wedges.
Awfull ended up in bid
The only semolina available
The only semolina available, and exactly as I remember it from when I was a kid. And, it is as delicious as I remember it. Now reintroduced it into our weekly meals. Great as a quick pudding cooked in the microwave with a bit of ginger and nutmeg and a spoonful of lemon curd in the middle (the curd melts a little and creates a well in the middle of the semolina with liquid lemon curd around it...try it, it's delicious). Shame there's not a bigger box available.