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Fancy a traditional Dutch pudding with a difference? Then try our tempting recipe for old-fashioned semolina pudding with crunchy pieces of bitterkoekjes (macaroons) for added bite.
First rinse a pudding mould (of ½ litre capacity) with cold water. Next mix the semolina and sugar together in a bowl. Now pour the milk into a saucepan and bring slowly to the boil. Stir in the semolina mixture, add a pinch of salt, and then leave to simmer on a low heat, taking care to constantly stir until the pudding thickens. Lastly crumble the macaroon biscuits, stir into the pudding, and then carefully pour the mixture into your pudding mould. Allow to cool in the fridge before serving with Boerenjongens (brandied raisins) or a colourful splash of warm berry juice.
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