Embark on a sweet culinary journey with our Heavenly Semolina Pudding with Milk, known in Turkey as Sütlü İrmik Tatlısı. This delightful dessert is a staple in Turkish households, cherished for its creamy texture and subtle sweetness. Made with simple ingredients like milk, semolina, and sugar, it’s a comforting treat that’s both easy to prepare and irresistibly delicious. Perfect for family gatherings, special occasions, or as a sweet end to any meal, this semolina pudding is a timeless classic that will transport your taste buds to the streets of Istanbul.
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1-In a large saucepan, melt the butter over medium heat.
2-Add the semolina to the melted butter and sauté, stirring continuously, until it's lightly golden.
3-Slowly pour in the milk while continuing to stir, ensuring no lumps form.
4-Add the sugar and keep stirring until the sugar is fully dissolved.
5-Reduce the heat to low and continue to cook, stirring frequently, until the mixture thickens and reaches a pudding-like consistency. This should take about 15-20 minutes.
6-Once the pudding has thickened, remove from heat and stir in the vanilla extract.
7-Pour the pudding into individual serving bowls or a large serving dish.
8-Allow the pudding to cool to room temperature, then refrigerate until chilled and set.
9-Before serving, garnish with a sprinkle of ground cinnamon or crushed pistachios.
Our Semolina Pudding with Milk offers a perfect blend of simplicity and flavor, making it a beloved dessert in Turkish cuisine. This semolina pudding's creamy and velvety texture, combined with the rich taste of milk and the subtle fragrance of vanilla, creates a dessert that's both satisfying and elegant. Whether you're new to Turkish desserts or a long-time fan, this semolina pudding is sure to be a delightful addition to your dessert repertoire.
Consistency Check: Keep an eye on the consistency while cooking. The pudding should be creamy but not overly thick.
Stirring Technique: Constant stirring is key to preventing lumps and ensuring a smooth texture.
Sweetness Level: Adjust the amount of sugar to suit your taste. You can reduce it for a less sweet pudding.
Serving Variations: Serve the pudding warm or chilled, based on your preference. It's delicious both ways.
Flavor Twists: Experiment by adding orange zest or rose water for a different flavor profile.
Storage: Store any leftover pudding in the refrigerator, covered, to maintain its freshness.