Laurel's Kitchen and semolina, need help
I have not unpacked everything and I still can't find my Laurel's Kitchen book. Does anyone have a copy handy? There is a grain cooking chart in there that says how much of a given grain to how much water. I have some semolina grain that I would like to cook and I don't know the proportions (I buy bulk).
Thanks in advance guys.
I have Laurel's Kitchen right in front of me (love the used bookstore) and I can't find anything about semolina grain. Where do I need to look?
I don't have Laurel's Kitchen, so I'm useless here-- but are you looking for the word "farina?"
In the New Laurel's Kitchen book on page 280 there isn't an entry for that. But there is "coarse cornmeal (polenta) that states 1 cup dry plus 4 cups of water for 25 minutes.
bulgur wheat - 1 cup with 2 cups water for 15 to 20 minutes
Cracked wheate1 cup with 2 cups water for 25 minutes
Glad to help. I hope it works out.
I've seen those polenta in a tube and have used it before once. I like the stove top version myself.
That sounds yummy! I'm sorry I wasn't more of a help. :-\