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Savoury Vegetable Cake – Semolina & Veggies in a Bake

8 June 2010 7 Comments

Savoury Cake

Welcome to you all again ! A beautiful start and a hectic net working last week made my dream get going. Received  appreciation mails,  followers on Twitter , submissions and published articles in many e-zines.  Now back to work, posting another yummy baked vegetable savory cake recipe for you to try, its easy to make and stays good for 3-4 days. Makes a good starter and a delicious snack which is healthy too, here it goes ;

Ingredient:

  • 1 cup semolina (suji, rawa)
  • 1/2 cup mixed vegetables
  • 1/2 cup thick curd (yogurt)
  • 1/2 tsp. chilly powder
  • 1 green chilly sliced
  • 1 tbsp. coriander leaves
  • a pinch of asafoetida
  • 1 tsp any fruit salt
  • salt as per taste
  • 1/2 tsp sugar

Method: Dry fry the semolina till it is light brown in colour, take off the heat and let it cool. Assemble vegetables you want to add. Carrot, corn, peas and beans goes well with this savory cake recipe.

Soak semolina in the yogurt for 10 minutes.

Take a big vessel add the fried semolina and add salt, sugar, chilly powder, green chilly, coriander leaves, asafoetida and fruit salt (eno) powder. Mix it well.

Now add 1/2 cup of vegetables and yogurt and semolina in the above mix. Add little water if the mix is too dry but don’t make it runny.

Take a rectangular baking tin and grease it with oil. Pour the above mix in it and bake for 30 minutes at 180 degree centigrade or till done.

baked savoury cake

Delicious baked savory recipe – vegetable cake is ready to savor. Serve this healthy cake with tomato sauce or any chutney.

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7 Comments »

  • Rajani said:

    hi sangeeta, got here through indiblog, you have a great site, lovely recipes! hope to connect 🙂

  • nags said:

    hey there, thank you so much for contributing to The Recipe Diary 🙂 The drink looks amazing and hope there are more to come!

  • Chaitrali said:

    hey….very innovative….nice one…do collect ur award from my blog…though I have not mentioned ur name….will post it rt nw below the original post….

  • archana said:

    Hi Sangeeta

    nice to be connected thru fb v. good recipe, u can steam d same too like idli or dhokla……..

  • shyamasree said:

    thanks for the beautiful receipe, but if i bake it in micro oven will it be same one…

    Sanjeeta Kk; It will be like the Khamand dhoklas, soft and moist. And will not stay longer due to the moisture content in it. But yes will get cooked faster in MW.

  • Srivalli said:

    That’s a lovely dish Sanjeeta..thank you for sending this across..

  • mini said:

    Hi Sanjeeta !!!
    Thanks for the wonerful yet healthy recipe .I tried this recipe on my son’s b’day n for my friends n everyone liked it….Today again i am baking this cake….:)

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