Semolina Pudding (Smoelpap)

Hi guys!

I have something special for you today. You love it or you hate it. I don’t think there’s something in between.

We call it smoelpap πŸ™‚ My mom used to make this at every birthday party with my dad’s family since we all loved it so much πŸ™‚ The memories came back as soon as I saw the pack of semolina at the store this week.

My mom made this Semolina Pudding with raisins and sometimes added a little booze to it. I remember this one time my mom had added a bit too much, by accident she said πŸ˜‰ I opened the fridge and the smell alone made me drunk! It was unbelievable! But good πŸ™‚

I didn’t use raisins in my Semolina Pudding. Albert Heijn has given me a package of lovely ingredients and one of them was a bag with cranberries! I immediately knew this was my chance to recreate the one dessert my mom used to make when I was little!

Cranberry Semolina Pudding

What we need:

  • 1 l milk
  • 1Β bag vanilla sugar
  • 100 g semolina
  • 75 g white sugar

How to:

  1. Cook the milk
  2. Add the ingredients
  3. Stir whilst the mixture boils for about 5 minutes or until the mixture becomes a thicker pudding
  4. Poor the semolina pudding in a baking tin or pudding mold which has been held under cold water
  5. Leave the pudding to cool in the fridge
  6. Flip over the pudding and you’re ready to dig in!

Cranberry Smoelpap

Have a delicious day ❀
xxx Sarah

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6 thoughts on “Semolina Pudding (Smoelpap)

  1. I love semolina, never had it in a cold pudding though! My mum used to make me semolina soup when I was little, so I always had it savoury! Thanks for sharing this sweet version! πŸ™‚

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