A porridge made with millet
A porridge made with millet

Porridge is a dish made by boiling ground, crushed, or chopped starchy plants (typically grains) in water, milk,[1] or both, with optional flavorings, and is usually served hot in a bowl or dish. It may be served as a sweet or savory dish, depending on the flavourings.

Porridges

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B

C

Chinese rice congee
Chinese rice congee

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E

F

Millet flour porridges: rouy  (smooth infant porridge) versus fondé (rolled pellets and milk).  Senegal
Millet flour porridges: rouy (smooth infant porridge) versus fondé (rolled pellets and milk). Senegal

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Prepared grits (in bowl)
Prepared grits (in bowl)

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J

Jeonbokjuk

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L

Laba congee with nuts and dried fruits
Laba congee with nuts and dried fruits

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O

A close-up of cooked oatmeal
A close-up of cooked oatmeal

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Papeda, served in Waroeng Ikan Bakar, a restaurant specializing in Eastern Indonesian food in Jakarta, Indonesia
Papeda, served in Waroeng Ikan Bakar, a restaurant specializing in Eastern Indonesian food in Jakarta, Indonesia

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S

Semolina pudding

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U

V

Vispipuuro

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See also

References

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  3. ^ the Oxford English Dictionary gives the following earliest references: Epinal Gloss. 823 Pullis, grytt. c1000 ÆLFRIC Gloss. in Wr.-Wülcker 141/20 Apludes uel cantabra, hwæte gryttan. c1000 Sax. Leechd. II. 220 oððe grytta. a1100 Ags. Voc. in Wr.-Wülcker 330/33 Furfures, gretta. 11.. Voc. ibid. 505/13 Polline, gryttes. a1225 Ancr. R. 186 þis is Godes heste, þet him is muchele leouere þen þet tu ete gruttene bread, oð er werie herde here.
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  13. ^ Oxford English Dictionary 2nd ed.: a. maize flour, especially as used in Italian cookery. b. A paste or dough made from such meal, a dish made with this.
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