Easy Recipe to Make Corn Marrow Porridge, Sweet and Soft

Are you looking for a simple and easy-to-make sweet dish? You can make marrow porridge as an option. One of the traditional porridge with a sweet taste, it has a soft texture in the mouth.

Marrow porridge that is still warm is also suitable to be eaten in the morning. In addition, this one snack is also quite filling and easy to digest. Very suitable for consumption by those of you who have digestive disorders such as gastric infections or gerd.

If the marrow porridge is usually made from rice flour, now you can make corn. Want to know what it’s like? Come on, make your own at home by following these steps!

1. Materials needed

Easy Recipe to Make Corn Marrow Porridge, Sweet and Soft in the Mouthcorn illustration (pexels.com/ekaterina-lifirenko)

Before making corn porridge, you need to prepare a number of materials and equipment. You can use non-stick Teflon to cook marrow porridge. Meanwhile, the ingredients you need to make marrow porridge are as follows:

  • 1 medium cob of sweet corn
  • 300 ml coconut milk
  • 1 pandan leaf
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 3 tbsp rice flour
  • Brown sugar or palm sugar to taste
  • Enough water

2. Shredded and blender corn until soft

Easy Recipe to Make Corn Marrow Porridge, Sweet and Soft in the Mouthshaved corn illustration (pexels.com/catscoming)

To make grits, you need to separate the corn kernels from the cobs. You can comb with a knife or use special shavings. After that, puree.

Add the shredded corn to the blender. Then, add the slightly thin coconut milk. Then, blend until completely smooth and evenly mixed. Pour in Teflon for further cooking with other ingredients.

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3. Mix all ingredients, except brown sugar

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Easy Recipe to Make Corn Marrow Porridge, Sweet and Soft in the Mouthillustration of mixing all ingredients (pixabay.com/congerdesign)

Prepare Teflon which already contains fine corn and coconut milk. Then, add pandan leaves, rice flour, and salt. Stir until everything is evenly mixed and the rice flour is not lumpy. If you want it to be thinner, just reduce the amount of rice flour to 2 tablespoons.

After all the ingredients except brown sugar are mixed evenly, turn on the stove. Cook all the ingredients over low heat while continuing to stir. Do it until it is cooked and thickens. Then, remove and set aside.

4. Melt the brown sugar

Easy Recipe to Make Corn Marrow Porridge, Sweet and Soft in the Mouthillustration of brown sugar and water (personal doc/Fatma Roisatin Nadhiroh)

The taste of marrow porridge is incomplete if it is not enjoyed with liquid brown sugar. You can use brown sugar or palm sugar. If you use palm sugar and you feel less sweet, you can add a little sugar, OK!

Prepare a saucepan or stick to Teflon if using only a small amount of water. Add brown sugar and a few glasses of water. Then, heat it until the brown sugar melts. If you don’t want to add sweet brown sugar, use granulated sugar instead when cooking the marrow porridge.

Alternatively, you can use thick coconut milk instead of liquid brown sugar so that it tastes more savory and not too sweet. Very suitable for those of you who do not like sweet.

5. Enjoy the corn porridge with liquid brown sugar

Easy Recipe to Make Corn Marrow Porridge, Sweet and Soft in the Mouthcorn porridge illustration (doc. youtube.com/bagikreatif)

It’s time to serve the marrow porridge with liquid brown sugar. Prepare a serving plate or bowl, add the cooked marrow porridge.

Drizzle with a few tablespoons of liquid brown sugar. Corn porridge is now ready to be enjoyed.

How to make it easy, right? The materials needed are also simple and easy to obtain. In addition to breaking the fast or sweet snacks, it can also be a delicious meal when you are sick or lack appetite. Good luck, yes!

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