I know lots of you out there will remember Semolina pudding as a school dinner food that no-one really enjoyed, but to me it’s an easy warm pudding for those colder days that all the family can enjoy. It’s made from store cupboard ingredients, is pretty cheap, is nice and filling and is easily doubled. Go on – give it a try!
- 300ml milk
- 50ml cream (optional – you can use an extra 50ml milk if you don’t have cream)
- 1tsp butter
- 40g Semolina
- Approx 20g sugar or a few tablespoons of honey to taste
- Put all the ingredients in to a saucepan on a medium heat and stir until the butter has melted.
- Turn the heat to low and stir continuously until you have a fairly thick but smooth consistency.
- To sweeten sprinkle with sugar or add honey a little at a time to your liking.