Semolina and milk dessert is a simple yet delicious dessert that is popular in many cultures. The dessert is made by cooking semolina, a coarse wheat flour, in milk and sugar until it thickens and becomes creamy. The mixture is then poured into individual bowls or a larger serving dish and left to cool and set.
To add flavor, the semolina and milk mixture can be infused with vanilla or orange zest. Some variations also call for the addition of nuts or dried fruit.
The dessert is typically served chilled and can be garnished with fresh fruit, whipped cream, or a dusting of cinnamon. It has a comforting, pudding-like texture and is perfect for satisfying a sweet tooth without being too heavy.