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Tharippola !! (Semolina Cake from Malabar)

Here is another delicacy from Malabar.Tharippola is a simple snack using semolina and eggs.The advantage is,we can prepare it fast,with the simple ingredients available at home.Check it out..
Ingredients
100 gm semolina
2 eggs
50 gm sugar
1 tbsp ghee
1/4 tsp vanilla essence or cardamom powder
cashews/raisins to garnish
Method
Beat the eggs with sugar till thick and creamy.Roast the semolina for 2-3 minutes.Don’t make it brown.Now slowly add semolina to the beaten egg and mix well.Add vanilla essence or cardamom powder.
Now grease a small cake tin or an oven proof bowl with ghee.Pour in the semolina-egg mixture and garnish with cashews/raisins.Bake it till light brown (If you are using 100 % power,it may take 3-4 minutes.depends on your oven type).
You can prepare this on stove using a tight fitting vessel.Cook it in slow flame for 7-8 minutes.

*Recipe Source-Ummi Abdulla

Sending Tharippola to Priya & Aipi’s Bookmarked Recipes Event happening every tuesday..

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16 comments on “Tharippola !! (Semolina Cake from Malabar)

  1. JishasKitchen
    May 24, 2011

    wow…ethu adipoli…looks so perfect and delicious…feel like grabbing it from the screen…:)

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  2. Suja
    May 24, 2011

    Wow this new to me, authentic recipe..kandittu kothiyavunnu,thanks for sharing.

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  3. Yum, looks so great. Hey as you used someone else's recipe, why don't you link it to my bookmarked recipe event.

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  4. cook from doha
    May 24, 2011

    thari pola is similiar to arabic basbousa……….urs look yummy….

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  5. julie
    May 24, 2011

    wow..a new recipe to me, looks appealing !!

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  6. Priya
    May 24, 2011

    Fabulous semolina cake, feel like having a slice rite now,yumm!

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  7. Krithi's Kitchen
    May 24, 2011

    Looks so good.. if baking in oven what is the temperature you would suggest?
    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com
    Event: Serve It-Chilled

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  8. Swathi
    May 24, 2011

    Adipoli tharipola, entha pinnae vendthu.

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  9. Sobha Shyam
    May 24, 2011

    looks great..lovely recipe..!!

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  10. Radhika
    May 25, 2011

    That is very quick and easy. Bookmarked.

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  11. Rani acharyulu
    May 25, 2011

    Wow,with simple ingredients recipe looks delicious and yummy..

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  12. Nandini
    May 25, 2011

    Wow! It looks very perfect! So soft too!

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  13. Mélange
    May 25, 2011

    @Krithi,as I mentioned,in high power you may need 3-4 mts.Depends on the nature of oven.

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  14. aipi
    May 27, 2011

    I love exploring different cuisines and the way you make Malabari cuisine appears really authentic to me. Always look forward to your posts and the recipes. The semolina cake is new to me and looks really nicely made. Definitely goes to my “must make” list 🙂
    US Masala

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  15. Samira
    May 29, 2011

    yummy… its quiet similar to the roat – a type of cake available in mumbai…. Nice place…. first time here…

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  16. Truly drooling here.luv this Sooji Malabar Cake.Bookmarked it.Thanks for sharing this recipe Dear.

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This entry was posted on May 24, 2011 by in Malabar Recipes, Snacks, Ummi Abdulla.

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