Semolina Pudding with Strawberry Sauce


Valentine’s Day is around the corner & air is already filled with lots of love. On time I got some strawberries to make the valentine’s day tastier & colorful.
Semolina pudding is a traditional german dish. I added a little vanilla flavoring to the pudding to make it much more tastier. How I know that vanilla makes it more tastier ? I made it twice before posting it in this blog & the first experiment with out vanilla made it a little bland. The base dish “Semolina pudding” remains the same, but you can customize the sauce with your choice of fruit to make it more interesting.

Adapted from : Semolina Pudding
Prep Time-5mins
Cook Time-20mins { For both sauce & semolina} 
2Cups milk 
1/4Cup sugar
3Tbs butter 
1Tsp vanilla extract
1/2Cup semolina/sooji 
Few chopped strawberries & almonds
For Sauce 
1Cup chopped strawberries
2Tbs brown sugar
1/2Tsp lemon juice 
1/4Cup water

– In a deep pan mix milk, vanilla extract, butter & sugar. Bring them to boil on low heat. Then add in semolina little by little while stirring it. Allow the mixture to become thick. Switch off heat & keep aside.

– Heat a pan with strawberries, water, lemon juice & sugar. Bring to boil & cook till strawberries are soft. Switch off heat & allow it to cool. 
– Grind it & stain the sauce.
–  Divide semolina in to 2 bowls & add in spoons full of sauce to it. Garnish with chopped strawberries & almonds or as you like.
– Adjust the sugar as per your taste. 
– Semolina pudding might not be thick as soon as you cooked, eventually it gets smooth & easy to dig in.
– Left out semolina pudding can be refrigerated. When you want to have it, microwave it with enough milk & enjoy the pudding.

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