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Thursday, 7 June 2012

Mango Semolina Cake




                          Easy to prepare and tasty dessert/cake. I got the recipe from here.

Ingredients:

1 cup semolina/ rava
1 cup mango pulp
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp baking powder

Preparation:
  1. Preheat the oven to 190 degree celcius/  375 F.
  2. Mix the rava with sugar and baking powder in a bowl. Add the melted butter and mix well.
  3. Add the mango pulp, mix well and keep aside for 10 minutes.
  4. Add the prepared batter to greased ramekins or baking pan.
  5.  Place it in the oven and bake for 25-35 minutes or until a knife or fork inserted comes out clean. Don't keep it for longer time, it will become hard..
  6. Allow to cool and serve.......

Recipe Source: Pazham Pappadam Payasam


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38 comments:

  1. Very interesting cake,love the mango flavor n the cake looks delicious n the star mould looks cute :)
    I too made an eggless mango cake today:)

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  2. I like your star mold. Cake looks delicious.

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  3. Lovely presentation and very interesting cake with simple ingredients...

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  4. Looks lovely & cute, loved the mango addition & the star shape

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  5. yummy cake with very few ingredients....love the shape....

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  6. Wow this look so cute ..nice idea ...thanks for visiting my space

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  7. Delicious looking cake and love the bowls...

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  8. The star shapes are giving an attractive look to the dessert.. semolina and mango combo sounds interesting.

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  9. Hi Shabbu,

    Mango semolina cake looks Awesome !!

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  10. cute and lovely pics..

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  11. I love the idea of using rava and minimal ingredients to bake such a lovey cake.
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  12. thats a cool one..looks so cute and yummy 1

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  13. cute and lovely cake.. nice mold

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  14. thats awesome.. I love your start shape cake.. looks delicious.

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  16. This is awesome. Just four ingredients super easy n quick... love your star shaped mould.

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  17. Cute and super tempting cakes,wish i could have one....

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  18. What a super easy cake...love the star shapes!!!

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  19. Nice star shaped cake! Great!

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  20. Cute star shaped cake & great flavors,I too have a mango cake in my drafts ..will post soon!!

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  21. interesting and cute cake
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  22. Cute n yummy cake, looks so nice.

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  24. These are the cutest things I have seen all day! I love it!

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  25. Thank you all for your lovely and sweet comments.....

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  26. wow... semolina cakes look delicious... fantastic recipe... bookmarked... do participate in my event Guest Quest...

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  27. Hi looks good!! Is that possible without Mango pulp please let me know

    Thanks
    Kavi

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    1. Hi Kavi,
      Thanks for visiting my blog.
      You can make pulp out of fresh mango, by removing the flesh of the mango and puree it. Adjust the sugar as required. We do not get fresh mango in NZ, so I have not tried using the fresh mango.

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