Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Orange pudding

Hi healthy eaters,
 Probably each one of you know these days: rainy, cloudy and gloomy. Everything you want to do is just sit in a cozy place with a cup of hot green tea, a favourite book and... maybe something to eat?
A light, healthy and not containing too many calories meal. You start thinking what could it be, maybe, same as we do, you have plenty of ideas, but not enough will and self intention to stay in the kitchen for a long time preparing sophisticated deserts. We have the answer for your uncertainty. And this answer is a quick and simple recipe for a pudding. In our country almost every family have semolina in their kitchen. However, in some countries it can be hard to find, but if, fortunately, you have a jar of this little, pearly and healthy goodness, don't wait! Let the pleasure begin...

Wholesome cooking!

Ingredients in italic are those, you can leave, if you want to.

Serves 3

4 cups milk
10 tbsp semolina
1-2 tbsp raisins
2 tbsp chopped walnuts 
2 tbsp chia seeds
1 tbsp carob
1/2 orange

Bring milk to a boil and start adding semolina, spoon after spoon, stiring constantly for about 3 minutes. Remove from heat and add chia seeds. Leave for a few minutes to cool mixture a bit. Prepare 3 bowls. Peel orange and cut into slices. Put one slice on the bottom of each bowl. Add about 2 tbsp of semolina on each orange and evenly distribute. Separate half of semolina into two bowls. Add raisins, walnuts and carob into one of the bowls and combine. Put 'brown' semolina into bowls and cover with rest of mixture from the last bowl. Place in fridge and leave for at least 4 hours.

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