Hello dear food lovers. Today we will cook mannik in milk, and in a slow cooker. And don't let his appearance fool you - don't confuse him with a casserole. Despite the external similarity, these are still two completely different dishes. The recipe for manna in milk or water in a slow cooker or in the oven is still more like a pie. But the cottage cheese casserole is still a pudding-type dessert. Sweet, juicy and very pleasant manna just melts in your mouth and seems weightless. I'm sure you will appreciate it. But for now, let's talk a little about the history of the dish.
Like all other recipes, mannik appeared when people recognized the product from which it is prepared, that is, semolina. There is reliable information that mannik became famous in Russia around the 12th century. It was during this period that semolina was brought from Arab countries by one of the travelers. So the ancestor of manna is the Arabic pie "Basbusa", which appeared in the East much earlier than in Eastern Europe.
Another distinctive feature of manna is considered to be that it is still prepared according to the very ancient authentic recipe. And they love it not only for its wonderful taste, but also because it never burns. Why this happens is not exactly known, but it is an established fact. And the classic mannik with milk in a slow cooker or in the oven can be not only a pie, but even a birthday cake. If you layer it with cream or jam, you get a very festive option. Well, what's interesting? Then let's not delay and start cooking right now.
This is how easy and fast enough you can cook an excellent alternative to semolina porridge. And if you look at the recipe - it's kind of the same, but not quite. And all because mannik is much tastier and more interesting. Therefore, take note of such a mannik in milk prepared by us in a slow cooker Redmond, and you know even in the oven that you will always feed children with them without problems. What do you think of to feed your children? What recipes do you choose, what do you like to cook from? Share with us and let's cook together. We promise it will be fun. Your HozOboz!