One simple truth has long been known: all ingenious is simple! This dessert fully justifies this saying. It seems as if it is completely filled with exceptional homely mood – even one small piece will fill you with warmth and comfort..
All this led to the fact that manna is a typical homemade cake, while it has a very large taste, despite the way of cooking.
|semolina –||200 g|
|kefir –||500 ml|
|egg –||3 pcs|
|sugar –||0.5 st.|
|baking powder –||1 tsp.|
|salt –||0.5 tsp.|
|butter –||for lubrication|
|Time for preparing: 120 minutes||Calories per 100 grams: 217 Kcal|
If you check the grandmother’s books with recipes, then, of course, there you can find at least one mannica recipe. This is exactly what will be considered a real classic of desserts. Maybe this is why it is considered the most delicious, while the cooking time is extremely small, and the costs are insignificant. However, this recipe is quite versatile, because you can use a huge number of various additives.
Cooking manna on kefir without flour:
- Pour the pure semolina into a large bowl. Mix sugar into it. Kefir is left to warm to room temperature. After that, add kefir to the dry mixture and leave in a warm place for about 1 hour. During this time, the sugar will completely melt, and the semolina will swell;
- In the resulting dough, add the beaten with salt eggs and baking powder. The dough should turn out smooth, resembling in consistency what is used to make fritters;
- The form in which mannica is going to be baked should be oiled, it is also possible to lay parchment. Heat the oven to 180 degrees and put the cake;
- The cake is prepared for about forty minutes, after which he should stand for a while with the door open. Sprinkle with icing sugar.
Cooking mannica on kefir in a multicooker
The slow cooker is truly ideal for making various pies and cupcakes. This is also true for manna on kefir. It does not matter what kind of additives you add to the dough, the cake will still be airy and evenly baked.
- semolina – 1 cup;
- baking powder – 2 tsp;
- egg – 3 pieces;
- sugar – 1 cup;
- kefir – 1 cup;
- Vanillin – 1 bag.
Cooking time: 2 hours.
Caloric content: 199 Kcal per 100 g.
Mannik on kefir in a multicooker without flour should be prepared as follows:
- Pour the semolina in a bowl, after which the mixture should be poured with kefir and leave the rump to swell for about an hour;
- In a separate bowl, beat eggs together with sugar, season with vanillin and baking powder. With a whisk, mix everything well;
- Egg mix connects with semolina. The resulting texture should resemble fat sour cream. To make the mixture thicker, you should add starch;
- The bottom of the multicooker is oiled, after which the dough is poured. Cook in Baking Mode for approximately 50 minutes. Check with a toothpick. If manna is ready, then it should be removed and cooled. Decorate the cake with powdered sugar or butter.
Kefir manna without flour and eggs
It seems that even the classic manna is fairly simple, but there are people who are not happy about the presence of eggs in its composition. In fact, the eggs can be completely excluded from the recipe, and the cake will not lose its taste in the least..
- low-fat kefir – 2 glasses;
- semolina – 2 glasses;
- salt – half tea. l .;
- white sugar – 1 cup;
- vanillin – bag;
- baking powder or soda – 1 tsp;
- orange. peel – 0.5 pieces;
- oil – 50 ml.
Cooking time: 1.5 hours.
Calorie: 143 Kcal.
Mannik on kefir without eggs and flour should be prepared as follows:
- In a bowl pour the semolina, which should be filled with kefir and leave to swell for 20 minutes;
- In the swollen semolina pour baking powder and sugar. This will be the basic basis – it can be diluted with fillers – in this case, orange peel. After that vanillin and salt are added. Adding vegetable oil will add tenderness to the cake and replace the eggs. Stir the mixture gently with a spatula;
- Grease the form and cover with baking paper. Pour the dough and leave to bake at 200 degrees. It will take 20 minutes to prepare, after which the temperature is reduced to 175 and cooks for another half hour. Pie should be removed from the oven and checked with a toothpick. Allow it to cool and powder.
Lemon manna with raisins without flour
On a cloudy winter day, there is nothing better than drinking a cup of hot tea with lemon, and a lemon manna would be an ideal addition to it. Very fluffy and crumbly, the cake has a unique taste with a very bright lemon note. It is in the pre-New Year time that mannick will be most welcome to the table..
- flour – 2 glasses;
- light kefir – 1.5 glasses;
- white sugar – half a cup;
- 1 lemon;
- 0.5 tbsp. raisins;
- 1 tsp Ripper for flour;
- 75 grams of oil.
Cooking time: two hours.
Calories: 299 Kcal per 100 grams.
- To make manna, you should first pour the kefir over the grits and leave for an hour to swell;
- Sugar is added to the swollen mixture, followed by melted butter. After that, the dough is well mixed. The raisins are washed in warm water several times;
- Lemon peel is rubbed on a coarse grater, and then passaged so that it does not taste bitter. After that, the zest and raisins are added to the dough. A little baking powder will help make the cupcake airy;
- The baking pan is oiled. After that, the dough is poured into a mold and set to bake for 1 hour at 180 degrees.
If you use only egg whites and low-fat kefir, the cake will be even more airy and tender. If semolina is left to swell, the bay is in front of this kefir, then the grits will creak on the teeth, making the cake crispy. Have a nice tea party!