This weekend, I hosted my first brunch. I spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning in the kitchen trying out new recipes.
I got this recipe for semolina pudding from Nicky's famous blog Delicious Days.
Semolina pudding has been on my to do-list for a very long time and now that I tried out Nicky's recipe, I can't believe I waited so long. It's really simple and sooo yum! I love semolina pudding and now I can make it myself whenever I feel like it. It's just as Nicky says, it makes you smile.
1l milk (I used 2.5% fat)
200g heavy cream
a pinch of salt
1 vanilla pod, scratched out seeds
Pour milk, heavy cream, salt, sugar and vanilla seeds and pod into a large saucepan and bring to a boil. Then, take away from the plate and remove vanilla pod. Add semolina slowly. Keep stirring constantly and return to the plate. Bring to a boil again and let simmer until it gets a little thicker. This takes about 2 or 3 minutes. Fill into little glasses (I ended up with 7 filled little jam glasses, 200 ml capacity). The good thing is that you can prepare them a day or two in advance and keep them in the fridge (covered). But you can also serve them warm... yum!
For my brunch, I chopped a few strawberries, mixed them with a little icing sugar and put that onto the puddings.