Lingonberries, 'the mountain cranberry', is a highly under-appreciated berry. Here they grow in the forest wild, and people pick them, freeze them, and enjoy them in different forms through the winter. Yes, they are sour in taste by themselves, but lovely with little twists.
This porridge was one of my childhood staples, and it brings back lots of great memories. Just the color of it makes me smile.
The cold porridge is great as an after school snack, a little evening meal, breakfast, or as a dessert. It's airy and smooth texture is dreamlike, and with little bit of sugar on the top and milk on the side, and I am transferred back in time... It is really easy to make, takes a little effort, and is very affordable, with just few ingredients!
I have added some alternative solutions as well, if lingonberries are not available in your area. I hope you enjoy it!
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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