Thursday, April 14, 2011

Galuste de gris cu iaurt (Semolina Dumplings with Yogurt)

Share

Please scroll down for English version


      
           Acesta este unul din dulciurile copilariei mele foarte simplu de preparat si gustos de care imi aduc aminte cu mult drag de fiecare data :) Pentru ca pe internet nu prea exista reteta pentru acest desert, am sunat-o pe mama sa o intreb cum ii face ea, asa ca in doi timpi si 3 miscari am si preparat galustele :) am si uitat cat sunt de buni, si mai ales foarte light de consumat la micul dejun langa niste dulceata de zmeura in cazul meu, sau de ce nu, langa fructe simple, ciocolata, sau doar pudrati cu cacao, scortisoara, etc. Sper sa va placa!
        Particip cu aceasta reteta la April's YBR on Spicie Foodie!


Ingrediente:      

     700 ml iaurt
     200 g gris
     2 oua
     6 linguri zahar
     150 g pesmet
     50 g unt
     vanilie
     1 vf sare
  

Cum se face:


Punem intr-o craticioara la fiert la foc mic iaurtul.


Adaugam 4 linguri zahar, vanilia, sarea si ouale batute si amestecam bine.


Cand iaurtul incepe sa fiarba usor, turnam cate putin gris si amestecam cu telul, pentru a nu forma cocoloase.


Cand grisul incepe sa se ingroase, tragem craticioara de pe foc si lasam sa se raceasca cca 15 minute.


Intr-o tigaie topim untul si adaugam pesmetul amestecat cu 2 linguri zahar, si lasam sa se rumeneasca putin.
Din compozitia de gris luam cu lingura galuste si le punem in pesmet.


Le intoarcem usor pe toate partile pentru a se accoperi cu pesmet.


Servim caldute (eventual le mai incalzim 5 minute in cuptor).


Puteti servi cu dulceata, asa cum am facut eu :) Este delicios si numai bun daca aveti copii!


Mai de aproape...Bon appetit!    



English version    

           This dessert is one of my childhood's favorite ones, it's very simple to make and tasty. Because I haven't found recipes online for these dumplings, I called my mom to ask her the recipe, so very fast I've finished making the dumplings :) I totally forgot how good they taste, and most of all they're very light to be consumed for breakfast along with some raspberry jam in my case, or why not some fruits, chocolate, or just sprinkled with cocoa powder, cinnamon, etc. Bon appetit!
           I'm participating with this recipe on April's YBR on Spicie Foodie!

Ingredients:         

     700 ml plain yogurt
     200 g semolina
     2 eggs
     6 tablespoons sugar
     150 g bread crumbs
     50 g butter
     vanilla
     a pinch of salt

How it's made:

In a small pot we pout the yogurt and we place the pot on low heat.
We add 4 tablespoons of sugar, a pinch of salt, vanilla and the 2 beaten eggs.
We stir and we let it cook on low heat.
When the yogurt starts to boil, we gradually add the semolina, stirring with a whisk, so lumps don't form.
When the semolina starts to thicken we remove the pot and we leave it to cool for 15 minutes.
In a large skillet we heat the butter and we add the bread crumbs mixed with the 2 tablespoons of sugar and we let it fry just a little bit, stirring constantly.
With a tablespoon we form dumplings from the semolina and we place them in the pan.
We gently mix them with the bread crumbs, until they're fully covered.
We serve them warm. They're delicious and they go along with jam or sweet sauces, chocolate, cream, or just sprinkled with some cinnamon. Bon appetit!
                           

26 comments:

  1. Oh Alina, These look so very good.....I don't think that I've ever had anything like these! Can't wait to try them! Susie

    ReplyDelete
  2. :) Thank you Susie for your visit and I hope you'll like these once you'll try them! I'm delighted that a great cook like you likes them, so thank you!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Musai sa incerc si varianta cu iaurt.Exceptional arata.
    Sa ai un weekend placut.

    ReplyDelete
  4. ce desert simplu si bun! trebe sa-l incerc si eu :) Weekend placut!

    ReplyDelete
  5. arata foarte bine,nici eu nu am vazut aceaSTA varianta pe internet

    ReplyDelete
  6. Micule, ma bucur ca iti place :)

    Carmen, sper sa iti placa! Weekend placut de asemenea!

    Craita, eu stiu galustele astea de cand eram mica :) Sper sa incerci reteta! Pupici!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Thank you Carol, they are really delicious, and combined with raspberry sauce or jam, they're amazing! Hope you'll try them :)

    ReplyDelete
  8. Wow, what a fantastic breakfast. These look so wonderful with their raspberry drizzle!

    ReplyDelete
  9. :) I always have these for breakfast, they're creamy and delicious! Enjoy your weekend Lizzy!

    ReplyDelete
  10. These look and sound so delicious...I love sweet dumplings :)

    ReplyDelete
  11. Thank you Alisha, coming from you makes my day :) Enjoy your weekend!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Alina, Vai de mine...ce bunatate! I am SO glad you posted this recipe, as I have never come across a recipe like this...didn't know it even existed.
    Just LOVE the uniqueness of this dish! I MUST try it...what a great, great recipe!
    Actually, I was wondering what to do with a bag of semolina I had:)...so many thanks for posting this.
    Your photos are so lovely and make the dish even more appealing!
    Wishing you a lovely weekend:)!

    ReplyDelete
  13. Ellie, I'm happy you like it :) We always had these for breakfast when we were kids, and I like them better than "papanasi"; to be honest, there aren't any recipes online for these dumplings, so my mother told me the recipe for them. If you want to make these dumplings, and you want them not that thick, you can reduce the semolina a little :)
    I'm happy to see that you like this recipe, and I hope you'll like their taste also :) You can add some flavors in the paste, like lemon juice or vanilla, etc. With semolina you can also make "gris pane", I don't know if you heard of it.

    Thank you for your lovely comment and I wish you too a beautiful weekend! In Toronto it's raining :)

    ReplyDelete
  14. Alina, these look so good and the cooking technique is interesting, I'll definitely try this recipe! Thank you for sharing with step by step photos, that makes it so much easier.

    ReplyDelete
  15. Megi, I'm glad that you like them, I've received such a positive feedback for these :) seems like not too many people know about these dumplings, so I'm glad I posted the recipe, hopefully you'll enjoy eating them as well! Thank you for stopping by, have a lovely weekend!

    ReplyDelete
  16. That's exactly how they are Rebecca, creamy and delicious! Thank you for visiting my blog!

    ReplyDelete
  17. I found your blog through Spicy foodie blog and I instantly in love with your semolina dumpling, it bookmarked by me, definitely will make soon.. thx for sharing it ^_^
    ~Citra~

    ReplyDelete
  18. Citra, I'm so happy you like them, for me it's a traditional dessert in my family :) thank you for your visit and for taking the time to leave a comment! Have a great day!

    ReplyDelete
  19. Thanks for participating in April's YBR :) The dumplings do look so delicious.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Thank you for having my recipe in your April YBR :) They're really good, I always remember my mom making these, sweet memory of my childhood :)

    ReplyDelete
  21. Haha...mi-a placut ultima fraza "Este delicios si numai bun daca aveti copii!"
    La capitolul dulciuri cred ca toti suntem copii!!!
    Ana

    ReplyDelete
  22. Asa e Ana! eu fac destul de rar galustele acestea, desi sunt un deliciu, si foarte usoare pentru stomac, sper sa le incerci! Te pup si iti multumesc pentru vizite!

    ReplyDelete
  23. Heloo! Am incercat galustele; au iesit foarte bune si au avut si trecere, toata lumea le-a laudat; cu siguranta o sa le mai fac mai ales ca vine iarna..o sa stam mai mult in casa..nu stim ce sa mai mancam la cina..si se fac si repede,pupici
    Ana

    ReplyDelete
  24. Ma bucur foarte tare ca v-au placut Ana draga! imi amintesc mereu de copilarie :) sunt perfecte pt cina, fiind "light", mai ales cu putina dulceata, yummy :) m-am bucurat f mult cand am citit comment-ul tau, multumesc frumos pt el! Pupici cu drag!

    ReplyDelete

Astept comentariile voastre cu mult drag, pentru ca sunt foarte importante pentru mine si ma bucura de fiecare data! Va multumesc mult! (I'm always waiting to see the comments on my posts, they're very important to me and they make me smile each time! Thank you so much!)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...