Why cook porridge in a double boiler? For centuries, proven methods of preparing cereals, which give excellent results. But the steamer allows you to make special, original porridges, different from traditional ones. Than, you ask? Firstly, in the double boiler the porridge will turn out to be more crumbly and tender. The second advantage is that the steamer maximally preserves all the useful properties of the cereal. Let's consider with you some interesting and simple recipes for cooking porridges in a double boiler.
Rice porridge in a double boiler
- rice cereal - 1 item;
- raisins or dried apricots - 0,5 items;
- milk - 3 items;
- sugar - 1 tbsp. a spoon;
- butter - 2 tbsp. spoons;
- salt - to taste.
How to cook rice in a double boiler , we already knew, so now let's talk about how to cook rice porridge in a steamer? Rinse the groats thoroughly under cold water several times, so that the entire white precipitate disappears. Then take my dried fruits and pour them for 15 minutes with warm water. The shape of the steamer is lightly oiled, spread the washed rice to the bottom, add dried apricots, raisins and pour all the milk. We put sugar to taste, add some salt and mix well. We cook rice porridge for a couple for about 45 minutes, periodically mixing. At the very end, add a little butter and spread out on plates. That's all, useful rice milk porridge in a double boiler is ready!
Manna porridge in a double boiler
Manna porridge, cooked in a double boiler, turns out to be very tasty and wonderful, like any other porridge, because it completely preserves all the useful vitamins and microelements needed by the human body. Although semolina porridge on the stove is prepared much faster, but made in a double boiler, it comes out simply impeccable, completely free of lumps and does not burn at all.
- milk - 200 ml;
- water 100 ml;
- semolina - 8 teaspoons;
- salt, sugar - to taste.
In the cooking container, pour in the milk and dilute it with a little water.
Corn porridge in a double boiler
- corn croup - 200 g;
- boiled water - 300 ml;
- salt - to taste.
Pour the corn into the container for the steamer and rinse a little with water. Further in the ladle we warm up 300 ml of water and pour corn groats with steep boiling water. Soly to taste and mix. We cook the porridge for about 35 minutes. And you can also make a great oatmeal porridge in a double boiler , but that's a slightly different story.