Semolina Porridge With Honey-Poached Quince
This is one of those foods, in this case, a dessert, that most people ate “since I was a child”. For our semolina porridge, we used no sugar at all. Instead, we poached the quince wedges in honey. This honey-sweet and mildly sour combo is an unbeatable pairing.
Ingredients Needed for Semolina Porridge With Honey-Poached Quince
1½ cup milk
½ cup semolina
½ quince, cored and wedged
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon almonds, ground
How to Make Semolina Porridge With Honey-Poached Quince
- Start heating the milk in a pot over low heat. Gradually add the semolina while continuously whisking. Cook and whisk until it thickens, then set aside.
- Add the quince wedges to a pot over low heat and pour the honey over them. Cook until it simmers, while occasionally stirring.
- Serve the semolina porridge with quince wedges cooked in honey. Garnish with ground almonds.