Naual Hansen

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Sweet delicious comfort food


   One sweet, chocolatey delicious version of an old style semolina porridge that many of us used to eat in childhood. This one is sweetened with organic natural ingredient, and that is maple syrup.

    This is a vegan version made with soy milk as a base. I sweetened it a bit with maple syrup after removing it from the stove, and once more just before serving. I added as well a bit of nougat (nougat block) which gave to porridge a lovely hazelnut flavour. If you don’t have nougat block you can use a bit of a vegan hazelnut spread (homemade or store bought).

    Complete recipe for this sweet and simple-to-make porridge you can find down in the recipe box, under the image section.



Delicious comfort food with maple syrup, chocolate and nougat
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 7 minutes
Course Main Course
Servings 3 servings


  • Pot


  • 6 dcl of soy milk;
  • 3 dcl of water;
  • 10 tbsp. of wheat semolina;
  • some maple syrup, the amount of it should satisfies your personal taste;
  • 2-3 tsp. of dark cocoa powder;
  • some dark chocolate;
  • some nougat or hazelnut spread, homemade or store bought.


  • In a non-stick pot warm up soy milk with water, stir occasionally with a wire whisk. Before it starts boiling remove from heat, then start adding semolina while constantly stirring with a wire whisk. Once all semolina is mixed in, return the pot to the stove.
  • Bring to a boil while constantly stirring with a wire whisk, cook on low temperature for 4 min. while it simmers and stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir in a bit of maple syrup.
  • Pour semolina porridge into deep plates or bowls. Sprinkle with cocoa powder, then put in chunks of chocolate and nougat (if you use hazelnut spread just add some with a spoon into a porridge). Stir a little bit by making swirls with a spoon, then add maple syrup. Serve warm.

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