Millet porridge with pumpkin, carrots and mascarpone (Multicooker Redmond RMC-02)

Category: Dishes from cereals and flour products
Millet porridge with pumpkin, carrots and mascarpone (Multicooker Redmond RMC-02)


Millet 80 g (0.5 mst)
Baked milk 480 ml (3 mst)
Pumpkin 80 g
Carrot 50 g
Sugar 2 tsp
Salt taste
Mascarpone 2 tsp
Butter 2 tbsp. spoons
Lemon zest (dry) taste
Vegetable oil 1 tbsp. the spoon

Cooking method

  • We wash the millet to clean water. Grease the multicooker bowl with butter. Pour baked milk into a bowl, add butter, 1 teaspoon of sugar, salt (to taste), spread the millet. Mix thoroughly. We select the "Milk porridge" program, set the time to 40 minutes.
  • While the porridge is cooking, we prepare the vegetables. Three carrots on a medium grater, cut the pumpkin into cubes. Pour 1 tbsp into a preheated pan. spoon of vegetable oil, lay out vegetables, add 1 teaspoon of sugar, lemon zest (pinch). Fry vegetables until medium soft.
  • After 20 minutes, put the fried vegetables into the multicooker bowl, add 2 teaspoons (with a slide) of mascarpone.
  • After the end of the program, a classic version of a moderately liquid millet porridge is obtained. If you are satisfied with this option, then you can start your meal.
  • I like the porridge thicker, so I re-set the Milk Porridge setting, the time is 10 minutes. It should be noted that it is necessary not only to set the initial cooking time of 50 minutes, but to reinstall the program. With this technology, the porridge begins to boil intensively and all the excess liquid evaporates. The first five minutes can be cooked with the lid closed. Then we open the lid, cook with constant stirring until the desired thickness (I cooked for another 3 minutes).
  • Our porridge is ready. It turned out to be very tasty.
  • Bon Appetit!

The dish is designed for

2 small portions

Time for preparing:

50 minutes


The porridge turns out to be not only tasty, but also beautiful. Unfortunately, I was not able to convey the look of the porridge in the photograph (although I tried very hard).
I always thought that I only liked millet porridge from the oven, but I was wrong. In a slow cooker, the porridge turns out to be completely different in appearance and taste, but I don't even know now which one I like better.

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