Dec 11. Christmas Traditions in Scandinavia
This dish is one of my favorites. It’s made with milk, a bit of butter, short grain rice and salt to taste. Boiled until it’s a nice, smoothe and delicious porridge and served with a drizzle of cinnamon-sugar and a lump of butter if you like. This is a meal in itself, it fills you nicely and it tastes great. I can cook it on the stove but I prefer to just start mine on the stove and when boiling I wrap the pot in a towel and put it in my bed for a couple of hours – just like everyone did in the old days. That way it keeps cooking but I don’t need to stir, it frees up time to do something else and my bed is nice and warm (Moxxi really enjoys that) and best of all; it gets much better that way. It just need to go back on the stove for the last cooking, thickening and tasting – that’s it. Psst.. don’t eat it all – you want left-overs for tomorrow.
Have a great day..
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