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Breakfast Semolina With Bananas
Semolina is a not so well known grain that can be eaten hot for breakfast, similar to porridge, and is also very good as a cold dessert. I like the coarse one far better but it is harder to find.
It is healthy and you need little sugar -I always use a natural sweetener, and in this one I have added bananas.
I also sometimes put cacao powder in half of it to make it half chocolate and therefore perhaps more appealing to fussy children.
All ingredients are healthy and you can also use soy milk.
To make a dessert, I always add sultanas while it is still warm.
: 5 - 10 minutes
: 5 minutes
: 1 serving
About 2 tbsp semolina
2 cups milk
1 banana (optional)
Sugar or organic natural sweetener
Put the milk in a saucepan and bring almost to the boil.
When it is almost boiling, add the semolina -you may have to add slightly more, but make sure you stir at this stage or it will get lumpy.
When it has thickened slightly add the sugar to taste, or organic sweetener, slice the bananas and add them.
Turn off the heat -it will thicken more as it cools. If it becomes too thick, just add a bit more cold milk and stir.
Stir a few times so it does not form a skin on the top, and serve.
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