This dish which I like to call a Nordic Granola, is an old recipe which is not so commonly known anymore- we call it “melkering” which basically translates to “milk ring”. The caramalized grains (in this case rye, spelt and oatmeal) are covered in a ring of sour milk.
Now, before you freak out and think ‘sour milk? no way!’- let me explain. It doesn’t really taste sour- it’s really not that different from a kefir or a yogurt, I dare to admit it’s sweeter.
A perfect granola breakfast- or even a healthy evening snack during summer!
What you need is two ingredients and a little time.
Yield 2 persons
500 decilitre milk
1 decilitre sour milk, like kefir
1 decilitre oatmeal
1 decilitre rye grains
1 decilitre spelt grains
1 tablespoon butter
2 tablespoons honey