Some people call it Hot Cereal, I call it Hot Porridge. Here’s my take on – How to Make Cornmeal Porridge.
I just love porridge and soups this time of the year, especially when it’s chill outside. Most porridge are made using condensed milk, but my cornmeal porridge has no condensed milk, I’m just trying something different.
Porridge is something that I loved and adore as a kid and still do today. Cornmeal is one of my favorite porridge.
As far as I know, this porridge was originated in Northern Europe and was introduced to the islands by British colonizers. Spiced with bay leaf, vanilla extract, nutmeg, cardamon and cinnamon, this hot porridge is considered to be true comfort food. I like calling it food for the soul.
If you follow these two simple rules you’ll have creamy, smooth porridge every time. Pour cornmeal mixture into room temp liquids. Stir! Stir! Whisk! Whisk!