|Place of origin||Finland and Sweden|
|Main ingredients||Wheat semolina, berries (usually lingonberries)|
|Cookbook: Vispipuuro Media: Vispipuuro|
Vispipuuro (Finnish "whipped porridge") or klappgröt (Swedish name) is a sweet, wheat semolina (manna) dessert porridge made with berries, usually lingonberries. It is eaten in both Finland and Sweden. The semolina is cooked with the berries and also some kind of sweetener. After the mixture has cooled down, the porridge is vigorously whipped to a light, mousse-like consistency. The dessert is usually served with milk and sugar. Other berries and fruit that can be used are redcurrants, cranberries, apricots, gooseberries and strawberries.
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