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Ravani or revani is another wonderful dessert from Greek cuisine. It is a sweet, sticky cake, bathed in flavored syrup with oranges and lemons. As with galaktoboureko, the main ingredient is semolina flour, very common in Greek desserts. Ravani, traditionally, is a cake made of simple ingredients, but in the composition you can add nuts, almonds, pistachios, coconut flakes, cinnamon. It can be served with various creams, whipped cream or even chocolate.
It is not difficult to prepare and can be a surprising dessert for the end of any meal.

Pie with semolina and orange galaktoboureko cake recipe

FRUIT CAKE WITH FRUIT. This error is only visible to WordPress admins. If you are using a caching plugin. With layers of digestive thins and custard, this. Pie with semolina and oranges Galaktoboureko syrup cake recipe. The basis for the lollipop cake recipe: a wonderful vanilla syrup cake. Ingredients for the cake mixture :. We will use the yogurt glass as a measure. Today I have for you (for me I already had :)))) a syrup cake recipe, with chocolate and ricotta cream. I really like cocoa cakes, but I don't always have the time or desire to make a more complex cake or cake. Syrup cake, with chocolate and ricotta cream.

Somloi galuska authentic Hungarian dessert recipe with. This cake has three stages, large and wide and all are very simple: Step 1 - prepare the syrup. You need a bowl with a capacity of approx. Break the eggs separately, the egg whites in the large bowl and the yolks in the small one.

Coconut Basbousa is a very pleasant dessert, adapted from a recipe that comes from Egypt.

Lipia represents the traditional Turkish bread, that is

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If you visit Istanbul, it is impossible not to see any bicycle that serves Turkish pilaf with chicken and chickpeas, served with hot peppers and ayran which is a. Among the most popular traditional Turkish desserts, it is worth trying :. This confectionery - pastry product shows us forms of cakes.

The recipe for Turkish baclava with walnuts is easy to make at home. The sheets are the hardest to make, because they have to be stretched very thin.

Plum pie, iancu lubita recipe

Remove from the oven and sprinkle 1-2 tablespoons of grated semolina (to absorb moisture from the plums). The plums, washed well, cut them in half and take them out. I prepared it since childhood in different. Calories: 247 The simplest plum cake & # 8211 aux lighthouse bangs recipe. Flan or cake with plums and vanilla cream (without dough). Recipe and dumpling dough ingredients with plum and semolina. About today's plum cake and crispy countertop you could say it's about. I dedicate this pie to cool autumn mornings and rusty leaves. Puff pastry with plums and semolina cream (9) Healthy Recipes, Healthy Eating. How to make Dessert cake with plum jam, nuts and grated dough Cake with leaves and. It is fluffy and super fragrant, to everyone's taste! The rest of the ingredients 600 -700gr plums.

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Sprinkle 3 tablespoons of sugar over the plums and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon.

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Last year someone had asked for the Revani recipe, something Greek sweet, I don't know about these (I haven't arrived there yet during the visit) I translated something from a website, there were two versions, one with flour and baking powder and I know what, and one with semolina, a lot of lemon, lemon peel (in fact, I think it was in both variants). Because the one with flour seemed too close to a normal well-syruped countertop. we made the one with semolina (it also had almonds on top), we really liked it and we redid it. others around here didn't like it. to make this story short, short ..

Do you know the Revani or revanni recipe or what she calls it from her mother at home? I would also be interested in something original, although those who had put the recipe on the net swore on the pioneer's tie that it was the original one (I didn't catch which of the two). I think that there can be more options anyway. Any other sweet involving citrus is welcome. And in general, recipes that are not world-renowned, those seem to me the most special in a nation.



Here is Ravani's recipe:
1.1 / 3 thin gray cup
1.1 / 3 cup flour that swells itself (here to find I do not know if in the country, it's flour used for sweets and no need for yeast, there are others)
1.1 / 2 teaspoon "baking powder"
8 eggs 1.1 / 3 cup sugar
a little vanilla
a little salt
1.1 / 3 cup sugar
4 tablespoons warm milk

for syrup:
3 sugar dogs
2.1 / 2 cups water
6 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1.1 / 2 teaspoon lemon peel

Mix the semolina with flour, baking powder, a little vanilla and a little salt. Beat the eggs with the sugar to blend well, approx. 15 'in high speed mixer. Meanwhile, add a little milk. Turn off the mixer and mix slowly with a wooden spoon, add the rest of the components (not the syrup ones!), Mixed and a little so as not to leave the composition, which must be frothy.
Pour the composition into a 30cm diameter form and bake at 175C, 30'-35 'min.
Boil the sugar with 5 'water, add the butter, juice and lemon peel, pour everything over the radishes, which must be warm, pour a teaspoon over the entire surface. Do not pour everything at once so that the crust does not fall.
When it has cooled completely, cut into pieces, arrange on a plate, put an amygdala on all the pieces.

# 6 aldaesme

(I don't want the following to be considered an attack on the person, because it is not.)

hmmm. who knows me well (somewhere someone said that I am very capricious, and he is very right) will say that I will not do such a thing. than very adapted. Why? Because flour that swells on its own as you call it contains baking powder and backing powder is all that, so it's extremely much for my taste, so I won't use flour from that, and at my own risk I'll try without dust baking.

By the way, Off Topic
I went to the book fair on Saturday, where I didn't find the Larousse in question, in fact there was no book in the kitchen other than French and English.

Obviously it was extremely difficult for me to choose from so many splendors of books, in the end I took "Europa's chef-koks presenteren" (Dutch) version with full menu, there were also smaller versions, only entrees, fish dishes, dishes meat and game, sweets and pastries.

A book with cocktails (handbook of.) -English and one with juices and smoothies of fruits and vegetables also in Dutch.

What I wanted to say here is that, I read absolutely all the recipes from sweets and pastries, in total around 100 and I only found baking powder in one recipe and the amount was tiny. I specify that that "album" of culinary art contains recipes given and explained by the best rated 100 chefs and pastry chefs in Europe. (The weakest has 1 Michelin star, 88 points out of 100 in the Belgian ranking and some more colored stars or teddy bears without ears in other rankings.) it has stopped at all and no one needs that supplement to grow

It was me again with a big mouth.


The recipe sent above is created by the most famous woman here who is an expert in Greek cuisine and her name is Vefa Alexiadu. You should know that I have used the composition of the two elements together more than once.
Although I like cooking, I didn't succeed in sweets, but with her recipes I always had success! I learned a lot from her and I have all her books, which are all traditional Greek. I know others, of course, from friends.
Vefa has 2 more radish recipes, one with coconut and one with yogurt. The second one has neither self-inflating flour nor Baking Powder.

On the other hand my favorite sweet is caridopita (it's with nuts) they had the apple cake, which I made a lot of times and it always worked!
I'll wait to do a translation and I'll send it to you if you want!

Ingredients Cake Everything will be fine by Simona Callas

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  • 150 g soft butter
  • 200 g brown sugar
  • 2 or
  • 2 ripe bananas (about 250 g without peel)
  • 200 g flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • a pinch of salt
  • 140 g Greek yogurt (one small box)
  • 5 g hydrated gelatin in 30 ml of cold milk
  • 2 yolks
  • 50 g caster sugar
  • 70 ml of hot milk
  • 100 g white chocolate
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 125 g Philadelphia cream cheese
  • 140 g Greek yogurt
  • 300 g fresh kiwi fruit (approx. 3 kiwis)
  • 100 g caster sugar
  • 10 g gelatin + 50 ml cold water
  • 200 ml whipped cream
  • 1 tablespoon powdered sugar

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Intense Pie Ingredient:

  • 800 grams of sifted flour
  • 500 ml of water
  • 1 teaspoon of vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • spreading oil
  • filling to taste: sweet or salty cheese, pumpkin, apples, cherries, cabbage, etc

Preparation of stretched pie:

From all the above ingredients knead a smooth, elastic dough:

Divide the dough in half and grease it with plenty of oil, wrap it and let it rest for at least half an hour:

Put on the table a cloth tablecloth fuller & # 8211 an old one that will not hurt your soul if you stain it with oil. Take a piece of dough, grease it well with oil and twist it in the air placed on clenched fists, until the middle thins to transparency, then place it in the center of the table, being careful not to create wrinkles in the dough:

Sprinkle the sheet with oil (a dropper bottle is useful) and patiently and gently start pulling on the edges of the dough, walking around the table. Pull as much as you feel the dough allows without breaking. Repeat with oil and pull again. In the end, the edges of the pie sheet go beyond the table top & # 8211 even if it has a few holes, they are not so big that there is a problem:

Cut the edges of the dough around:

And the sheet is ready to be filled. I prepared one of the fillings from this game, which I cleaned of seeds and peel, I shaved, I mixed it with sugar and cinnamon and a spoonful of semolina. of course, I only used half of the grated pumpkin, I put the rest in the freezer for another use:

For the second filling I mixed cherries (from the freezer) with sugar and a tablespoon of semolina. I placed the cherries on the edge of the dough sheet, like an strudel, and I rolled it with the help of the tablecloth:

From each sheet I made two rolls, I rolled the side with the filling to the middle, I cut parallel to the roll and I placed the pie obtained in the tray on baking paper, then I did the same with the remaining half. I spread the pumpkin filling- o on the entire surface of the sheet, then I rolled the same way, helping myself to the table:

The pies placed in the tray are sprinkled with oil and placed in the preheated oven at 190 degrees:

Bake until browned:

Cut into suitable pieces, here are the ones with cherries, nicely powdered with powdered sugar:

I don't know anything better. A simple but wonderfully tasty dessert, even if it is fasting, like the one I prepared today.


As with galaktoboureko, the main ingredient is semolina flour, very common in Greek desserts. Ravani, traditionally, is a cake made of simple ingredients, but in the composition you can add nuts, almonds, pistachios, coconut flakes, cinnamon. It can be served with various creams, whipped cream or even chocolate. It is not difficult to prepare and can be a surprising dessert
for the end of any meal.

How can you make me healthier at Easter

  • 3 eggs
  • 8 tablespoons sugar
  • 8 tablespoons gray
  • 4 tablespoons flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder,
  • 6 tablespoons oil- or melted butter

Saliva, a precious ally for having white and healthy teeth

  • 3 cups sugar
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 cup orange juice

Whisk the egg whites with the sugar. Mix semolina with flour and baking powder.
Over the egg whites add the yogurt, egg yolks, oil (butter), lemon peel, then the essence of the dry ingredients. Mix lightly to obtain a fluffy cake. The dough obtained is poured into a tray greased with oil and lined with flour. Bake for 30-35 minutes in the preheated oven.
To obtain the syrup, put water, sugar and citrus juice in a bowl on the fire and boil until it thickens a little.
Remove the cake from the oven and portion with a knife.
Pour the warm syrup over it. Leave to cool until the syrup is completely absorbed
and the cake will swell visibly. Ravani is very good served cold, with chocolate topping - in this case.
Did I make you want it? :)

Gray Cake, Syrup (Revani)

Put all the ingredients for the syrup in a saucepan, boil it to reduce the syrup a little, let it cool.

In a bowl, beat the eggs well with the sugar until they become frothy. Gradually add the yogurt, oil, flour, semolina, grated lemon peel, and finally the baking powder. Pour the composition into the oven tray greased with oil and lined with flour or lined only with baking paper. My tray was 22/28 cm in size. and the sweetness grew a lot, it came quite high for me. Bake in the preheated oven, at an average temperature of 180 °, about 30-40 minutes, until golden on the surface. Do the toothpick test as well.

After it cools, remove the paper, then pour the syrup over it. Leave it in the tray or in the container in which I put it. until it absorbs all the syrup. Cut into pieces, even before pouring the syrup. Serve plain or as desired with coconut, pistachio, ground walnut on top or with lemon slices boiled in syrup.
This dessert is prepared in the cuisine of various countries in the Middle East. It has various variants (and with a rooster inside) and names in Greek / Turkish revani o ravani, in Arabic basbūsah o harīsa, in Armenian shamali. Harisa differs a little, it is made with almonds, pistachios and the aroma of orange blossoms. The cake is served simple or decorated with an almond / walnut on each piece or with crushed coconut, walnuts, pistachios on top.