This yellow/gold semolina was a staple for the Incas, Mayas and Aztecs.
Semolina is a staple food in Nigeria. They boil it in water, then eat it with soups or stews. Also, couscous made from semolina is a common food in other parts of Africa as well as the rest of the world. In European countries, semolina is also used for sweet puddings and it can form a type of porridge when boiled.
Today corn semolina is primarily used for polenta or grits, but can also be used for making delicious desserts.