Cooking is always therapeutic and when you try some new recipe and it comes out good…it makes you very happy. This week we are here back with Blog Hopping and it has been so much fun till now, I am paired with Jyothi of Pages and i am glad that i discovered her blog. She not only tries to post recipes but has posted many book reviews as well. I am a huge reader and love reading books so it was great to read some reviews on her blog.
This is a very healthy recipe and loved the taste of it. The taste is very similar to Haandvo and is best eaten when fresh out of the oven. I had seen this recipe some months back on Anjum Anand Tv show and wanted to prepare it from that time but had forgotten to make a note of the recipe. These Savoury Semolina Slices taste great and with the addition of ground almonds it imparts a very nutty flavor as well. A great snack option which is packed with veggies.
Ready to go into the oven.
This Post will fulfill two ongoing events, one is Blog Hopping and the 2nd is for Magic Mingle where this months magic ingredients are “Ginger And Almonds” So i tweaked the recipe to a bit so that i can add Almonds and ginger to it as well.
Savoury Semolina Cakes
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Semolina 3/4 cup
Almonds 1/4 cup + 5
Curd 1 cup
Oil 3 tsp
Mustard Seeds 1 tsp
Jeera 1 tsp
Sesame Seeds 2 tbsp
Grated Ginger 2 tsp
G.chilli 2 Finely Chopped
Curry leaves 5
Haldi 1/4 tsp
R.chilli Powder 1 tsp
Carrot 2 finely chopped
10 beans Finely Chopped
Frozen Peas 1/4 cup
Cooking Soda 1 tsp
Preheat oven for 10 mins at 170c
Grease a loaf pan and keep aside.
Ground Almonds to a fine powder.
Mix with Semolina , Curds And water if required to make a thick batter.
Heat oil in a pan, add mustard jeera and 1 tbsp sesame seeds when it splutters add ginger, curry leaves and G. Chilli.
Saute for a min and add all the veggies and cook for 2 mins by adding along salt, haldi and r.chilli.
Add this mixture to the Semolina mixture and mix nicely.
Add Cooking soda to the mixture, give a nice mix and pourt into the greased loaf pan.
Sprinkle the sesame seeds and the remaining 5 chopped almonds and bake at 170c for 25 mins.
Insert a toothpick at the centre to check whether it is done.
Let cool for sometime and cut into slices and serve immediately.
Best Served with chutney Creamy Curd Dip and Tamarind Chutney.
The option of veggies is totally open, you can add as many as you can like bottlegourd or zuchinni will be a good option.
This recipe is off to the following events.
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Lastly this is off to Jyothis event Healthy and Hearty