The ancient Greeks enjoyed a dish called kykeon - somewhere between a food and a drink, it was made with wine and cereal and is mentioned in early Greek poetry.
Nobody is exactly sure how it was made or what it was used for, but some experts think it was a bit like porridge.
This recipe is a version of kykeon made without wine. Instead, it uses semolina (a wheat product), ricotta cheese, honey and egg.
Try it for yourself - here's how to make Greek porridge.
How to make
1. Put the semolina in a pot and pour on just enough water to cover it. Leave it to soak for 10-15 minutes.
2. When it is soft, drain away any excess water and add the honey, ricotta cheese and beaten egg.
3. Increase the heat but do not let it boil.
4. Simmer for a few minutes, then serve. If you have a sweet tooth you can drizzle a bit of extra honey on the top!
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