Old Dutch Watergruwel
This delicious recipe by Lotte, also known as foodmaardangoed is a typical old-Dutch dish and this renewed recipe is also sugar free. Although watergruwel is originally a dessert, you can now eat it for breakfast because it is sugar free. Are you going to try this?
- 50 grams of barley or barley
- 150 ml berry juice
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- Hand of raisins and/or currants (Optional)
- Hand Naturally Granola
- Rinse the barley clean and leave it to soak for 24 hours in a covered pan of water.
- Bring the water to the boil the next day and let the groats cook for 20 to 25 minutes.
- Meanwhile, make berry juice in a juicer or a somewhat thicker juice in a blender or food processor.
- Use your favourite red fruits and berries, such as blackberries, pomegranates, strawberries, raspberries or blueberries.
You can eat this dish hot or cold. For a cold version, pour off the cooked groats and let them cool down for a while. Then add the other ingredients. For a hot meal, drain the barley and then pour the berry juice into the pan, while stirring.
The original recipe is made with currants and raisins. Don't you like that? Then you can leave those out, too. In that case, make sure you use a granola that can serve as a seasoning: for example Naturally Granola Roses & Cardemom. You can always add extra fruit or replace part of the berry juice with yoghurt.