When boiled, it turns into a soft, mushy porridge. This flour is popular in northwestern Europe and North America as a dessert, boiled with milk and sweetened, called semolina pudding. It is often flavored with vanilla and served with jam. In South India, semolina is used to make such delicacies as rava dosa and upma. In North India it is used for sweets such as Suji halwa.. As an alternative to corn meal, semolina can be used to flour the baking surface to prevent sticking. In bread making, a small proportion of durum semolina added to the usual mix of flour produces a tasty crust.
Product Weight: 1814 Grams (4 LB)
Storage Instructions: Keep in Cool & Dry Place
Package: Plastic Packet