Estonia Raspberry semolina mousse is a wonderful dessert treat usually served with milk or cream. It is also loved as a breakfast dish. The mousse can be made from all sorts of berry juice, just use what you have on hand or love. Berry picking is a national pass time in Estonia and they have some pretty interesting berries there. The more you whisk up this dessert, the lighter and fluffier it gets. Enjoy!
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- 1 cup of concentrated juice (e.g. cranberry, redcurrant, cherry, raspberry, strawberry, blackcurrant, etc.)
- about 4 cups of water
- or 1 quart berry juice of your choice.
- ¾ cup wheat semolina/cream of wheat
- up to ½ cup of sugar
- Dilute the juice with enough water to make up 1 quart of liquid (or simply use a quart of cranberry juice drink or something similar). Add sugar to taste and bring everything slowly to the boil.
- Pour semolina quickly into the boiling juice, stirring vigorously to avoid any clumps. Simmer in a low heat for about 15 minutes, stirring regularly, until semolina has expanded and you have a thick sweet porridge. Taste - add more sugar, if necessary, or some vanilla sugar, grated lemon or lime zest.
- Pour into a large bowl and let cool.
- Whisk the cool sweet porridge until it's couple of shades lighter and a lot fluffier and lighter in texture.
- Serve with cold milk.