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Chocolate and Plain Semolina Dessert
This is usually a breakfast cereal, however I have let it cool, put it in the fridge and eaten it as a dessert.
The ingredients are mostly healthy and especially if you use cacao powder.
: 1 minutes
: 10 minutes
: 2 servings
6 tbsp semolina (Coarse semolina is nicer)
3 cups milk
1 tbsp cacao powder
Bring the milk to almost boiling point.
Add the semolina, and on a fairly low flame, continue stirring until it starts to thicken up.
Cook a bit longer and if it doesn't get thick, add a bit more semolina making sure you instantly stir or you will get lumps.
Add sweetener or your choice, and you could put sultanas in the bottom of each dish.
You can now either make it all chocolate by doubling the cacao, or pour half the semolina into the serving bowls and then adding the cacao to the remaining cooked semolina and stirring.
Please note, that this will thicken up as it cools so do not have it too thick while hot.
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