Grießpudding mit Orangensauce (Semolina Pudding with Orange Sauce) - SHF #43: Citrus!

Finally I won against my laziness in photographing my food. Didn't know what's wrong with me, but lately I just didn't have that spirit in capturing all dishes I made. Frankly I almost gave up in joining Sugar High Friday this month. Everything is done, only need me to push the shutter. But hey.. thanks God, I made it.

This is my second time participating in Sugar High Friday (this was my first).
Sugar High Friday
or shorten as SHF is an event created by Jennifer, the Domestic Goddess and this month, SHF is hosted by Helen of Tartelette. She chose Citrus as the theme, read more about it in this link: Announcing Sugar High Friday #43: Citrus!
Today is the last day for submitting your entry (yup, May 25th is the deadline).

Normally I bought this semolina pudding in the supermarket nearby. It has different kind of sauce such as strawberry, maracuja, peach but never of orange. Being bored of buying since I know by making it myself will be cheaper, I started to make my own. The recipe of semolina pudding I got from a famous German culinary magazine, Essen & Trinken. But for the orange sauce, I created by myself.

This dessert is a perfect choice for spending your hot spring time!

Grieß or Semolina is the inner, granular, starchy endosperm of wheat (not yet ground into flour). There are two main types of semolina. Durum semolina, made from hard wheat, is used to make pasta and couscous. Soft wheat semolina, also known as farina or by the trade name Cream of Wheat, is used as a hot breakfast cereal and for desserts such as semolina milk pudding. In North India, semolina is known as suji; in South India, rava. (Wikipedia)

Grießpudding (Semolina Pudding):
500 ml milk
3 tbsp sugar
50 gr Weichweizengrieß (soft wheat semolina)
1 egg white

Orangensauce (Orange Sauce):
6 Greek Oranges
1 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp lemon juice
2 tsp cornstarch dissolved with 1 tbsp lemon juice


Grießpudding (Semolina Pudding):
1. Boil milk and sugar. Add semolina gradually and stir using whisker. Let it simmer over moderate heat for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat.
2. Beat the egg white with mixer on high speed until it form stiff peaks. Fold into semolina mixture. Mix well using spatula or whisker.
3. Spoon the mixture into pudding mold (don't forget to wash the mold with cold water). Let it cold.
4. Store in refrigerator.

Orangensauce (Orange Sauce):
1. Blend the orange meat. Boil over small heat. Add sugar and lemon juice.
2. Add cornstarch mixture. Mix and continue boiling until thicken. Remove from the heat.
3. Refrigerate before serving.

Serving Suggestion:
Place pudding on dessert dish. Serve with orange sauce.


Elsye said...

Sefaaaa. cakep say penampakan fotonya..:D..keliatannya juga pudingnya segerrr...cucok deh buat musim panas..:P..

btw, gue ngilerr dengan sukses padahal kemaren baru bikin pudding juga..qiqiqiiqi

Ti said...

Mba Sefa,itu puding menggoda sekali.. btw tukeran link yuuuk...

sefa firdaus said...

@Elsye: thanks Els... coba deh, pudingya sih gak terlalu manis, tapi krn orangenya manis, ya jadinya mantep :D

coba Els... gampang pisan ini mah :D

@Ti: pudingnya genit dong ya kalo suka menggoda gitu :))
sip sip... udah aku link juga, makasih ya Ti udah di link

Mansi Desai said...

This looks awesome! nice entry:) I made orange & pistachio cheesecakes fr Helen's event:)

Lia said...

wahh enak nih cocok buat gurun mule panas.

sefa lelang buku yang tanggung ongkir aku, buat amal ga papa deh sorry ya baru bales abis ikutan training 4 hr diluar kota ;)

Lina W. said...

Photonya kereen banget Sef...pasti rasanya enak banget nih...

Helen said...

Beautiful photography and wonderful blog!
Thank you for your submission to this month SHF, the pudding looks wonderful!

sefa firdaus said...

@Mansi Desai: thanks Mansi, yours also looks good. I'll give it a try one day ;)

@Lia: betul Li... pas bener buat panas-panas, jadinya segerrrrrrr

ooo gitu ya Li, iyalah.. namanya juga amal ya :)

@Lina W: terimaksih pujiannya Mbak.. rasanya lumayanlah, gak malu-maluin :D

@Helen: Wow! It's such an honor to get a compliment from you Helen. Your blog and the photos are faboulous. Thanks!

And also thanks for hosting!


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