semolina


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sem·o·li·na

 (sĕm′ə-lē′nə)
n.
The coarser particles produced by milling durum wheat, used especially for making pastas and hot cereals.

[Alteration of Italian semolino, diminutive of semola, bran, from Latin simila, fine flour, ultimately of Semitic origin; see smd in Semitic roots.]

semolina

(ˌsɛməˈliːnə)
n
(Cookery) the large hard grains of wheat left after flour has been bolted, used for puddings, soups, etc
[C18: from Italian semolino, diminutive of semola bran, from Latin simila very fine wheat flour]

sem•o•li•na

(ˌsɛm əˈli nə)

n.
a granular, milled product of durum wheat, used esp. in the making of pasta.
[1790–1800; alter. of Italian semolino=semol(a) bran (« Latin simila flour) + -ino -ine3]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.semolina - milled product of durum wheat (or other hard wheat) used in pastasemolina - milled product of durum wheat (or other hard wheat) used in pasta
flour - fine powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a cereal grain
Translations
سَميد أو سَميذ
semolina
semuljegryn
búzadaradara
semólína-/símiljugrjón
manai
manna
krupica

semolina

[ˌseməˈliːnə] Nsémola f

semolina

[ˌsɛməˈliːnə] n (= grain) → semoule f

semolina

nGrieß m

semolina

[ˌsɛməˈliːnə] nsemolino

semolina

(seməˈliːnə) noun
hard particles of wheat used eg in milk pudding.
References in classic literature ?
After securing a bed at the hotel, and ordering a frugal curate's dinner (bit of fish, two chops, mashed potatoes, semolina pudding, half-pint of sherry), I sallied out to look at the town.
It was a standard loaf, containing eighty per cent of semolina, and it practically wiped the Infant Samuel out of existence.
A SCHOOL has swapped soggy semolina puddings for fresh fruit and organic vegetables that would make telly chef Jamie Oliver proud.
In their research, a short-cut pasta (fusilli) was processed from durum semolina. The product was dried using high temperature (HT) and very high temperature (VHT) cycles.
Italian durum wheat semolina has been traditionally milled, carefully blended and mixed with purified water to create the pasta using the bronze die method.
Reduce the heat and add the semolina flour in a slow steady stream, while stirring constantly.
Fifty years later, it received a conservation award from the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and now produces stoneground flour, bran and semolina. Admission to the mill, on the B4086, costs pounds 3 for adults and pounds 2 for children.
TV cook Nigella Lawson has sent sales of semolina soaring - thanks to her perfect roast potatoes recipe.
It's layered either with cooked rice, Smolensk buckwheat or, as in today's recipe, with a semolina mixture similar to the one used for Italian gnocchi.
Made from durum wheat semolina, it can be mixed with meat, fish, vegetables or salads to make a healthy meal.