Semolina puts a spin on sweet foods

05/29/2013 | HellaWella

Semolina, known as "purified middlings of hard wheat", is often used as an ingredient in pasta and when boiled can turn into a sticky porridge, but the newly-trendy grain product is also great in desserts and other sweet foods such as pancakes.

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