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This is such an unique recipe, a cake unlike most I’ve eaten before. the texture is quite dense, the flavor is sweet and tastes like coconut and then there is a hint of sour thanks to the Greek yogurt that’s part of this recipe. It’s delicious. And the recipe is as simple as adding all the ingredients to a bowl and mixing. If you don’t want to spend much time in the kitchen, but want to bake something after all this is a great recipe to try. And while it doesn’t take long to assemble it does need to spend a whole hour in the oven.
This recipe is based on Oh My Foodness their Basbousa Kokoscake uit Jordanie recipe
- Semolina – 1 1/2 cup/ 250 gram
- Shredded Coconut – 3/4 cup/ 80 gram
- Greek Yogurt – 2 cups/ 0,5 liter
- Sugar – 1/3 cup/ 125 gram
- Eggs – 2
- Baking Powder – 1 teaspoon
- Vanilla Essence – 1 teaspoons
- Preheat the oven to 347 degrees Fahrenheit/ 175 degrees Celsius.
- Cover a flat oven proof sheet or bowl with baking proof paper. Set aside.
- In large bowl combine the semolina, coconut, sugar and baking powder. Mix together. Then add the Greek yogurt and the vanilla essence. Mix for a bit and then add the two eggs. Mix till combined.
- Now pour the mixture into the baking proof bowl. Put it in the oven for 1 hour and once done test with a cake tester to make sure the cake is dry.
- Let it cool down and then store in the fridge.
If I was just looking at the picture and guessing, it reminds me of corn bread that someone put coconut into (which might not be awful for coconut fans, LOL). Interesting ingredients and yes, very easy and quick.
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I don’t think I ever read corn bread, it’s not really a thing here, so I wouldn’t know how that would be with coconut. I like how easy and quick it is and it tastes great too.
That sounds so good. I don’t think I’ve ever eaten anything like that though.
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I don’t think I can really compare it to anything as it’s so different. It’s really good.