A meal-in-a-bowl before the concept even came into existence, Frumenty is essentially a Porridge and has origins in the 13th century. This humble highly nutritious dish is touted to be England’s oldest national dish and used to be served in a classic Celtic Christmas Dinner. It came out of oblivion when Heston Blumenthal decided to serve it at dinner. In spite of it’s long, rich history, it makes a fantastic breakfast dish power packed with nutrition!
- 75g Cracked Wheat
- 200g Almond Milk
- 8-10g Honey
- 2g Powdered Cinnamon
- A pinch of Saffron
- In a saucepan over medium heat, boil the almond milk with the cracked wheat, honey, cinnamon & saffron.
- Once the mixture thickens & the wheat absorbs the liquid, switch off the heat.
- Serve hot garnished with walnuts & raisins.