Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Semolina Æbleskiver Sweets or Paniyaram

Sweet Semolina Æbleskiver Paniyaram
These are easy to make tea time snack. We like to enjoy these delicious snacks with tea or coffee in the evening. To make these Æbleskiver Sweets or Paniyaram you will need...
Sweet Semolina Æbleskiver Paniyaram
1/2 cup semolina
1/.4 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup freshly grated coconut
1 tsp ghee
3 cardamom ground
oil to cook

Soak the semolina or durum wheat in the water for about 10 minutes. Sauté the cardamom and fresh coconut using 1 tsp ghee. In a blender grind the soaked semolina, sugar, cardamom, and coconut for a couple of minutes the mixture will have a thick pancake consistency.

Put the Æbleskiver pan to heat up on low heat. Fill the holes in the pan with about 1 tsp of oil. If we use less oil to cook the sweets will burn quickly. Let each side of the sweets cook for about couple of minutes before turning it. When the sweets cool it will harden. These sweets will stay well in an airtight container for a couple of days.   

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22 comments:

  1. I've never heard of these before. They sound delicious.

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  2. I have never heard of such a cookie. The pan is rather interesting to cook them in as well. I bet they are yummy I just love coconut :)

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  3. Not sure if I can eat semolina this way but looks delicious!!!

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  4. oh they look delicious! I haven`t hard of anything like that before

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  5. I have never heard of Paniyaram before, but I bet they are delicious!

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  6. Thanks,they certainly look delicious.

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  7. These sound like they are easy to make and delicious.

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  8. The sound good, you had me at coconut since I love it!

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  9. I've also never heard of this, always thought that was like an oyster pan or something lol

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  10. oHHHH these look so good. I must try them. Thank You for sharing

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  11. These sound delicious! Thanks for posting!

    Anne Taylor

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  12. Coconut and Cardamom. Sounds like you cannot go wrong with those two items in there.
    jan

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  13. What is ghee? I need someone to supply these please. LOL

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    1. It is clarified butter you can use regular unsalted butter :)

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  14. wow I have never had anything like this before. very straight forward to make and sounds so yummy. I love to have little snacks with my morning coffee, this would be perfect

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  15. I have never seen these before but going to try them gluten free, thanks for the recipe!

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  16. They look really yummy, thanks very much for sharing the recipe.

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  17. I have not heard of this before. It looks like a nice snack.

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  18. The paniyaram looks amazing... so simple for a quick snack...

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  19. This looks really delicious and easy. But I have to get semolina first. Thinking where to buy because it seem not available in my area. :)

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    1. Thank you hope you try making these Semolina is also known as durum wheat maybe if you refer it has durum wheat they might have at the grocery store

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