Millet porridge with pumpkin and cherries
154 25 минут 4 порции
We all look forward to summer, sunshine and heat, to finally leave the city. Although in the summer happen cloudy and rainy days when the mood is at zero, and do not want anything. But country chores around the house or in the garden because of this are not undone. In those days, vigor and energy will give a delicious and hearty Breakfast. And with the aid of wheat bags from TM "Mistral" to prepare it is not difficult! Shall we?
Ingredients for Millet porridge with pumpkin and cherries
- Millet - 4 pack.
- Pumpkin - 150 g
- Cherry - 50 g
- Butter - 30 g
- Sugar - 60 g
- Salt - 1 depot.
- Water - 30 ml
- Cinnamon - to taste
Step by step instruction of cooking Millet porridge with pumpkin and cherries
The unique taste of selected wheat bags, HM"Mistral" is best suited for this dish. So do not hesitate to get down to business!
Pour water into the container, which will cook the millet, and while the water boils, prepare the remaining ingredients.
Pumpkin cut into cubes, cherries exempted from stones.
The water is boiling. Drop the bags of millet in the pre-salted water. We now have exactly 25 minutes to prepare "stuffing" of our dishes.
Melt the butter...
Pour 60 g of sugar and pour 30 ml of water. Wait, when the sugar is completely dissolved.
When the sugar is dissolved, add the pumpkin and simmer under lid on medium heat for 15 minutes.
Now it is the turn of cherries. At this stage you can add a pinch of cinnamon. It is important not to overdo it, otherwise you will have not millet porridge with cinnamon, and cinnamon with the grain. :-)
Stew under the cover for another 5 minutes. Then turn off the heat.
By this time the millet is already cooked.
It remains now carefully remove the bags with the grain and let the water drain out.
Lay the table for Breakfast. Per serving 1 packet of millet and pumpkin cherry additive according to taste. It is important not to fight for her. It is very delicious!
Pumpkin with cherries, you can just put on boiled millet. But I prefer to mix things up. So the millet becomes even more flavorful!
Good morning! And Bon appetit!