Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Semolina Yogurt Cake - Guest Post For Divya Prakash


Blogging has earned me lots of friends and Divya of Divya's Culinary Journey is one such friend whom i found on this vast blogosphere. Divya, an ever smiling, jovial and down to earth person. We extended our friendship via Facebook and she is one person who never fails to Like any of post, pictures on both my personal profile and Blog Facebook page. Luckily i get chance to talk to her over phone, she is such a sweet person very friendly and always the phone conversation or FB chat will be so much fun and laughter.

Divya not only a good friend also an active blogger who never fails to feed us with her yummy recipes. I love the simplicity in her pictures, very neat and elegant presentation. I too have a list of my favorite bakes here in Divya's Culinary Journey. Especially i like all her Muffins Recipes,as most of them are eggless, low calorie muffins.Her Honey Cardamom Cake is my recent favorite and i wanted to try it sometime soon.

Today for her guest post i baked a simple yet delicious Semolina Yogurt Cake or Basbousa. I became a fan of semolina cakes both savoury and sweet version. So this Semolina yogurt cake
was in my to-do list since long and when for Divya's guest post i decided to bake it for her readers. Hope Divya and you all like this delicious cake. This is a very simple and easy to make cake, very soft, fluffy and so addictive cake. The taste of this spongy cake drenched with sugar syrup reminds of our traditional milk sweet/paalkova. Me and my family liked this cake a lot. If you are bored with regular flour cakes, just give it a try definitely you will love it. For the recipe and more please hop on to Divya's Space.
That's it friends, please check the entire recipe at Divya's space and leave your lovely comments.

27 comments:

  1. nice and tasty cake.. wonderful guest post too

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  2. heading over to Divya's place just to grab the recipe .. i like the idea cake baked from semolina and yoghurt :)

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  3. Dot you think sangeetha it looks like busbusa ? :)

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    1. Both are same i think..Most of the Basbousa recipe uses coconut...since i don't have coconut, so i skipped. but I have mentioned about the coconut in the Recipe Notes section.

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    2. Yeah sangeetha love your version.. You are right in fact my dear I have seen many recipes they are using almonds too.. Wonderful busbusa version keep it up dear great work..

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    3. Thank you so much Monu Teena :)

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  4. I just now hopped from Divya space awwwww such an fabulous basbousa to treat a friend :) am sure divya wud have been so happy to look at these super soft and real virtual treat :) fabulous clicks dear :)

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  5. wow looks so so tempting and very soft...but its egg..:P Lovely guest post for Divya aks... Lovely presentation aks...

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  6. Lovely cake ...Awesome clicks too dear :)

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  7. So soft and delicious looking cake. Awesome pics as well.
    Deepa

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  8. make me drool dear..i loved the texture pf this//

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  9. Simply wow Sangee. I have bookmarked your honey semolina cake very long time before and have been asking amma to bring pure honey when she visits me. Adding this also in the list. very tempting picture and texture.

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  10. nice post and cake looks super soft and yumm..

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  11. Well done Sangee, very attractive cake and love ur guest post at Divya's space.

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  12. Looks awesome and just commented on divya space just now .Semolina flour means rava ?or is there anything like semolina flour ?

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    1. Semolina is also called as rava/sooji...semolina flour is like the finest rava..not a smooth flour but not a granules very fine....you just pulse regular rava in blender for few seconds and use it. Hope this helps!

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  13. Awesome cake semolina and yogurt worked out well ... final outcome looks pretty golden...

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  14. Lovely cake, looks delicious and so soft..

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  15. this looks really yumm... going off to Divya's space to see the recipe...

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  16. It has come out superbly, beautiful pictures, will check out the recipe..

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  17. love the pictures dear..looks very yummy!! Congrats on your guest post,happy for you dear:)

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  18. Beautifully made yoghurt cake looks so moist and inviting too

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  19. Beautiful and tempting cake.I love the fact that your cake is so moist,most of the semolina cakes that I have tasted were dry and was not to my liking.I am going to try your version.

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  20. Cake looks sooo soft and its very tempting!

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  22. This cake looks absolutely lovely! Just checked the recipe too, I love it! I love your blog, happy to follow you!

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