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Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 15 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Milk gray:

Put the milk to boil over low heat, add the sugar and wait for it to start boiling, then put the semolina lightly in the rain, stirring constantly until you get a consistency like a thicker cream. Leave it on the fire for a while and set it aside. Put in a bowl and serve with jam, jam or burnt sugar syrup (burn sugar in a saucepan, quench with water and leave to boil until the caramel is completely melted).


The proportion tested over time is 90-100 g of semolina per liter of milk.

You can use ordinary Romanian semolina from the store. If it comes out too thick, you can finally add some more milk and give it a boil. Likewise, if you get too much liquid, you can boil it a little more until it decreases and reaches the desired consistency.

Ingredients

  • 4 cups of milk,
  • 4 tablespoons sugar,
  • vanilla,
  • a gray cup,
  • butter as fresh as a walnut,
  • salt,
  • 3 tablespoons icing sugar.

Method of preparation

For the semolina recipe with milk we prepare the ingredients because after that the work goes very fast. Weigh the milk, semolina, sugar and butter and prepare the vanilla and salt. Vanilla can be in the form of a stick, extract or vanilla sugar.

Bring the milk to a boil until it boils.

Add the vanilla, sugar, salt and butter and mix until the butter melts and the sugar dissolves.

Take the pan off the heat and add the semolina in the rain, stirring constantly, then place the pan back on the heat and boil the semolina with milk until it thickens. The cooking time depends on the quality and type of semolina used. Taste to see if it is cooked.

You can serve semolina in bowls with jams or homemade syrups or simply. Draw happy faces (smiley face), palm trees, animals, anything else that comes to mind with cinnamon powder.


Gray with milk and strawberries

Gris with milk and strawberries or semolina with glass by the glass, with a quick strawberry and mint jam or how you can turn a simple childhood dessert into a dish that can sit on any table, on any occasion.

Everyone loves semolina with milk, right? It is sweet and creamy and each teaspoon carries you in your beautiful childhood. It goes great with any jam, fresh fruit or vanilla and chocolate sauces. Grandma Sia usually prepared it for us at dinner and there were 3 serving options, depending on how lucky we were and her mood at the moment! If we eat in a hurry, the topping was definitely sweet, either rosehip or plum magiunita (silvoita as we call it in Transylvania). Option 2, my brother's favorite, was hot semolina, powdered with a lot of cocoa. And option 3, everyone's favorite, was semolina with burnt sugar syrup. But for that we had to be very good that day and good to be in a very good mood!

Today's version is ideal for times when you want to eat something sweet and good, but you do not want to spend hours in the kitchen. Everything is prepared super fast from just a few ingredients. Not to mention that summer is perfect, in a few minutes you have a refreshing dessert ready to enjoy.

Find all the necessary ingredients for the Gris with milk recipe in any of mazaginele Lidl.

Gris with milk and strawberries - Everything you need to know about the recipe

  • You can use different flavors in semolina with milk: almonds, rum, lemon, etc. I used vanilla because it's my favorite.
  • You can also add lemon or orange peel in semolina. Also, a little grated chocolate works great.
  • You can prepare the jam from any kind of fruit you want: cherries, apricots, peaches, etc.
  • I used mint for more flavor in the jam and the cooling effect, but basil can successfully replace it.
  • If you do not want to use sugar, you can add a little honey in the semolina at the very end, when it is ready to boil.

Ingredients for 4 servings of Gris with milk and strawberries

  • 500ml milk Pilos
  • 50g gray Belbake
  • 50g old brown Belbake
  • a Belbake vanilla pod

Gris with milk and strawberries - Ingredients for quick strawberry curd

  • 300g strawberries
  • 2 tablespoons Pilos butter
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar Belbake
  • vanilla to taste

Method of preparation

For starters we prepare the jam. Cut the fruit into 4.

Melt the butter in a pan, then add the sugar and caramelize it for 2-3 minutes until it is melted. Add the fruits and caramelize them for 3-4 minutes, until you get a creamy jam.

Add finely chopped mint and mix.

Remove the pan from the heat and let the jam cool until the semolina is ready with milk.

For semolina, put the milk, vanilla seeds and sugar in a pot and put them on low heat.

When it starts to boil, add the semolina in the rain. Boil the semolina for 7-8 minutes, stirring constantly, until it reaches the desired consistency.

Put the hot semolina in cups or glasses and let it cool for 2-3 minutes, then add the strawberry jam on top. Decorate with mint leaves and we are ready!


Gray with milk and strawberries

Gris with milk and strawberries or semolina with glass by the glass, with a quick strawberry and mint jam or how you can turn a simple childhood dessert into a dish that can sit on any table, on any occasion.

Everyone loves semolina with milk, right? It is sweet and creamy and each teaspoon carries you in your beautiful childhood. It goes great with any jam, fresh fruit or vanilla and chocolate sauces. Grandma Sia usually prepared it for us at dinner and there were 3 serving options, depending on how lucky we were and her mood at the moment! If we eat in a hurry, the topping was definitely sweet, either rosehip or plum magiunita (silvoita as we call it in Transylvania). Option 2, my brother's favorite, was hot semolina, powdered with a lot of cocoa. And option 3, everyone's favorite, was semolina with burnt sugar syrup. But for that we had to be very good that day and good to be in a very good mood!

Today's version is ideal for times when you want to eat something sweet and good, but you do not want to spend hours in the kitchen. Everything is prepared super fast from just a few ingredients. Not to mention that summer is perfect, in a few minutes you have a refreshing dessert ready to enjoy.

Find all the necessary ingredients for the Gris with milk recipe in any of mazaginele Lidl.

Gris with milk and strawberries - Everything you need to know about the recipe

  • You can use different flavors in semolina with milk: almonds, rum, lemon, etc. I used vanilla because it's my favorite.
  • You can also add lemon or orange peel in semolina. Also, a little grated chocolate works great.
  • You can prepare the jam from any kind of fruit you want: cherries, apricots, peaches, etc.
  • I used mint for more flavor in the jam and the cooling effect, but basil can successfully replace it.
  • If you do not want to use sugar, you can add a little honey in the semolina at the very end, when it is ready to boil.

Ingredients for 4 servings of Gris with milk and strawberries

  • 500ml milk Pilos
  • 50g gray Belbake
  • 50g old brown Belbake
  • a Belbake vanilla pod

Gris with milk and strawberries - Ingredients for quick strawberry curd

  • 300g strawberries
  • 2 tablespoons Pilos butter
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar Belbake
  • vanilla to taste

Method of preparation

For starters we prepare the jam. Cut the fruit into 4.

Melt the butter in a pan, then add the sugar and caramelize it for 2-3 minutes until it is melted. Add the fruits and caramelize them for 3-4 minutes, until you get a creamy jam.

Add finely chopped mint and mix.

Remove the pan from the heat and let the jam cool until the semolina is ready with milk.

For semolina, put the milk, vanilla seeds and sugar in a pot and put them on low heat.

When it starts to boil, add the semolina in the rain. Boil the semolina for 7-8 minutes, stirring constantly, until it reaches the desired consistency.

Put the hot semolina in cups or glasses and let it cool for 2-3 minutes, then add the strawberry jam on top. Decorate with mint leaves and we are ready!


Gray with milk bread

I am sure, even very ACCURATE, that there is no gospo-diva in this world who did not eat much, but a lot of semolina with milk as a child. I don't think I have as many memories of any other recipe in this world as I do of the semolina recipe with milk! At the kindergarten they served it powdered with cocoa or greased with jam. Grandma knew we didn't like bitter cocoa powder, so we powdered it with Nesquick cocoa, brought from Germany. And Buni also knew that our favorite version of semolina with milk is… exactly the recipe I propose to you today: GRIS WITH MILK BREAD!

How did you come up with the recipe for Gris with milk bread? I will explain: Rares, my brother, was a big, big lover of semolina with burnt sugar syrup. That was our evening meal. And, after we put each portion of semolina on top of the burnt sugar syrup that was already on the plate, Buni poured the rest of the semolina on a flat plate. Then, in the morning, when it was cold and very hard, he cut it into strips and made it into loaves. This is how it reaches you today, in the video recipe version, the recipe for Gray with bread milk.


The proportion tested over time is 90-100 g of semolina per liter of milk.

You can use ordinary Romanian semolina from the store. If it comes out too thick, you can finally add some more milk and give it a boil. Likewise, if you get too much liquid, you can boil it a little more until it decreases and reaches the desired consistency.

Ingredients

  • 4 cups of milk,
  • 4 tablespoons sugar,
  • vanilla,
  • a gray cup,
  • butter as fresh as a walnut,
  • salt,
  • 3 tablespoons icing sugar.

Method of preparation

For the semolina recipe with milk we prepare the ingredients because after that the work goes very fast. Weigh the milk, semolina, sugar and butter and prepare the vanilla and salt. Vanilla can be in the form of a stick, extract or vanilla sugar.

Bring the milk to a boil until it boils.

Add the vanilla, sugar, salt and butter and mix until the butter melts and the sugar dissolves.

Take the pan off the heat and add the semolina in the rain, stirring constantly, then place the pan back on the heat and boil the semolina with milk until it thickens. The cooking time depends on the quality and type of semolina used. Taste to see if it is cooked.

You can serve semolina in bowls with jams or homemade syrups or simply. Draw happy faces (smiley face), palm trees, animals, anything else that comes to mind with cinnamon powder.


Boil the milk together with the vanilla sugar.

When the milk starts to boil, add the semolina and mix gently until it thickens. It takes about 3-4 minutes.

Turn off the heat and add the broken chocolate pieces and mix until smooth.

Pour the semolina in two bowls and decorate with banana slices and chocolate pieces. Drizzle a little honey and if you like we add a little cinnamon.

For daily recipe recommendations, you can also find me on the Facebook page, on Youtube, on Pinterest and on Instagram. I invite you to like, subscribe and follow. Also, the group Let's cook with Amalia is waiting for you for exchanges of recipes and experiences in the kitchen.


Gray with bread milk

I am sure, even very ACCURATE, that there is no gospo-diva in this world who did not eat much, but a lot of semolina with milk as a child. I don't think I have as many memories of any other recipe in this world as I do of the semolina recipe with milk! At kindergarten we were served powdered with cocoa or greased with jam. Grandma knew we didn't like bitter cocoa powder, so we powdered it with Nesquick cocoa, brought from Germany. And Buni also knew that our favorite version of semolina with milk is… exactly the recipe I propose to you today: GRIS WITH MILK BREAD!

How did you come up with the recipe for Gris with milk bread? I will explain: Rares, my brother, was a big, big lover of semolina with milk and burnt sugar syrup. That was our evening meal. And, after we put each portion of semolina on top of the burnt sugar syrup that was already on the plate, Buni poured the rest of the semolina on a flat plate. Then, in the morning, when it was cold and very hard, he cut it into strips and made it into loaves. This is how it reaches you today, in the video recipe version, the recipe for Gray with bread milk.


Gray with bread milk

I am sure, even very ACCURATE, that there is no gospo-diva in this world who did not eat much, but a lot of semolina with milk as a child. I don't think I have as many memories of any other recipe in this world as I do of the semolina recipe with milk! At kindergarten we were served powdered with cocoa or greased with jam. Grandma knew we didn't like bitter cocoa powder, so we powdered it with Nesquick cocoa, brought from Germany. And Buni also knew that our favorite version of semolina with milk is… exactly the recipe I propose to you today: GRIS WITH MILK BREAD!

How did you come up with the recipe for Gris with milk bread? I will explain: Rares, my brother, was a big, big lover of semolina with burnt sugar syrup. That was our evening meal. And, after we put each portion of semolina on top of the burnt sugar syrup that was already on the plate, Buni poured the rest of the semolina on a flat plate. Then, in the morning, when it was cold and very hard, he cut it into strips and made it into loaves. This is how it reaches you today, in the video recipe version, the recipe for Gray with bread milk.


Boil the milk together with the vanilla sugar.

When the milk starts to boil, add the semolina and mix gently until it thickens. It takes about 3-4 minutes.

Turn off the heat and add the broken chocolate pieces and mix until smooth.

Pour the semolina in two bowls and decorate with banana slices and chocolate pieces. Drizzle a little honey and if you like we add a little cinnamon.

For daily recipe recommendations, you can also find me on the Facebook page, on Youtube, on Pinterest and on Instagram. I invite you to like, subscribe and follow. Also, the group Let's cook with Amalia is waiting for you for exchanges of recipes and experiences in the kitchen.


The proportion tested over time is 90-100 g of semolina per liter of milk.

You can use ordinary Romanian semolina from the store. If it comes out too thick, you can finally add some more milk and give it a boil. Likewise, if you get too much liquid, you can boil it a little more until it decreases and reaches the desired consistency.

Ingredients

  • 4 cups of milk,
  • 4 tablespoons sugar,
  • vanilla,
  • a gray cup,
  • butter as fresh as a walnut,
  • salt,
  • 3 tablespoons icing sugar.

Method of preparation

For the semolina recipe with milk we prepare the ingredients because after that the work goes very fast. Weigh the milk, semolina, sugar and butter and prepare the vanilla and salt. Vanilla can be in the form of a stick, extract or vanilla sugar.

Bring the milk to a boil until it boils.

Add the vanilla, sugar, salt and butter and mix until the butter melts and the sugar dissolves.

Take the pan off the heat and add the semolina in the rain, stirring constantly, then place the pan back on the heat and boil the semolina with milk until it thickens. The cooking time depends on the quality and type of semolina used. Taste to see if it is cooked.

You can serve semolina in bowls with jams or homemade syrups or simply. Draw happy faces (smiley face), palm trees, animals, anything else that comes to mind with cinnamon powder.


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