Monday, December 26, 2011

Sweet semolina banana Æbleskiver snack

sweet semolina banana Æbleskiver snack
1 cup semolina cream of wheat (rava)
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup flour
2 tbsp coconut fried in 1 tsp ghee
1 cup ripe banana mashed
1/4 tsp cardamom ground
1/2 cup jaggery syrup or treacle *
oil to coat the pan

* I used palm treacle, can substitute with brown sugar.
Soak the semolina in the water for 1/2 hour. Add all the ingredients to the soaked semolina and make a thick batter, the batter should not be pourable.
Heat the aebleskiver pan in medium high heat, when it is hot put 1/4 tsp oil and brush the sides. Then put batter to fill the holes and cook. When it is easy to turn, turn it with a wooden skewer and cook the other side. Serve it warm.
sweet semolina banana Æbleskiver snack
I bought this reasonably priced Lodge pro-logic aebleskiver from Amazon. It is made in the USA, cast iron is pre seasoned which makes it easy to use. As the pan and handle is made with cast iron, it is better to use a glove to hold the handle.

I washed it with hot water, as it says not to use soap or detergent. I also avoided using metal tools, instead turned the snacks with a wooden skewer. I coated the holes with oil, using a silicon pastry brush and didn't have to use too much oil to make these snacks.
Æbleskiver pan
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53 comments:

  1. Lovely golden color of healthy snack! Wishing you and family a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

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  2. I make this with wheat flour, haven't tried with rava..looks good..will try it next time..

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  3. Very nice.I have a long list of things which I want to buy and this paniaram maker is one of them.

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  4. OMG..They look inviting..was searching for this recipe..thank you so much..

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  5. What a fun pan...and a delicious treat made in it!! In case I don't get back before 2012, Happy New Year to you and your family!

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  6. Lovely combination of salmonella and banana. Excellent recipe.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. What a delicious snack!
    Happy New Year!!

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  8. Delicious and healthy. Happy New year to you & your family.

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  9. Wow - that looks mouthwatering! I have seen those pans here - and they are incredible for this kind of treat! Thanks!

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  10. They look tempting! Love the pan too.

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  11. rava kuzipaniyaram looks yummy , pan with handle nice.

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  12. Wow, that looks amazing. Delicious Merry Christmas to you.

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  13. My niece has one of those pans and I have been wanting to borrow it. Even more so since I have seen this recipe. Banana, cardamon and coconut-delicious combination. Well done.

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  14. delicious tea time snack...luks so soft n delicious...

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  15. Your banana snack looks delicious! I love the pan too.:)

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  16. Yum yum, wish to have some rite now.

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  17. Wow, I like the combo of semolina, banana and coconut into this lovely snack you have made.

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  18. Lovely flavors ..banana,coconut. Yumm!

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  19. Looks delicious & tempting. Wishing you a very Happy New Year :)

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  20. I loved both the snack and this amazing cooking pan!! Yor photographs look great, as usual!

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  21. My favorite snack ---I am referring to the Unniyappams(in Kerala) that are in the same family. The addition of semolina in your recipe sounds fabulous!!

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  22. Delicious is the word! I make something similar with banana too.

    Happy New Year to you and your family!

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  23. These look like they would be fantastic with a cup of tea!

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  24. A delicious, and tasty treat...love the pan, as well!
    Wishing you a healthy, and Happy New Year!

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  25. Super yummy! Love anything banana!

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  26. Yummy and healthy snack..nice pan dear..

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  27. Those must be divine! I really have to get an aebleskiver pan...

    happy Holidays!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  28. It looks delicious, i like the combo of banana, coconut and cardamom:)
    Happy holidays my friend!!!

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  29. Great snack, perfect with a cup of coffee or hot cocoa.

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  30. They look so delicious!
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  31. This cast iron was one of my wishlist that I completely forgot about! I now want to get this pan...I actually want to use it for Japanese food call takoyaki (grilled pancake ball that has octopus in it). Yours look really delicious. I now know what I can make besides Takoyaki with this pan. Thanks for the recipe! ;-)

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  32. Just delicious, hearty and welcoming. That pan makes it so easy.

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  33. wow...the sweet looks so so yummy..even we prepare using jack fruit in different method....this seems so different..must try this one..u tooo have a happy new year a...

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  34. bookmarking this...this is just too yummy to let go!...Happy holidays!

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  35. Delicious and mouthwatering snack..

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  36. These look delicious! Could eat some right now.

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  37. Looks yum!!
    wishing you a very happy and prosperous Newyear!!

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  38. I love the pana and your treats sound delicious!!
    It's been a pleasure reading and drooling over your delicious recipes this year. Can't wait to see what you have in store for 2012!
    Happy New Year!

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  39. Never tried them with rava looks fantastic! And Happy New Year!!

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  40. I want to get myself an aebleskiver pan like yours so I can enjoy making lovely snacks like these! Here's wishing you and your family a very happy holidays and may the year ahead bring you much success and happiness :).

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  41. These look gorgeous and sound so yummy - anything with coconut and cardamom rates very highly in my books :-) Happy New Year!

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  42. Love the color... Happy to follow u....
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