Monday, October 29, 2007

Bsemah (Coconuts Semolina Cake)

Recipe by:meedo

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3 cups shredded coconut.
1 cup all purpose flour.
3/4 cup semolina.
1 cup sugar.
1 cup fat free milk.
2 Tablespoons butter.
2 eggs.
2 teaspoons baking powder.
1 teaspoon Vanilla.

1)Grease 24 cm, 9 inch pan.

2)Beat sugar and eggs until light and fluffy, add butter, milk, vanilla stir with dry ingredients.

3)Pour mixture into prepared pan.

4)Bake at preheated oven 350 F, for 30 minutes or until it golden brown.

5)Serve with qaimar and honey.


Jennifer Hebert said...

So, is your countries version of besbousa? Looks lovely!

Dori said...

What a nice and simple cake...looks and sounds delicious :)

Arabic Bites said...

Hi jennifer,
Thank you so much for the comment.
there is difference between Bsemah & besbousa.
besbousa only Content semolina,
but Bsemah made of coconut,flour & semolina.

Gloria Baker said...

Dears I find sooo nice your blog and add to my favorites, my hubby is from Palestina (his parents) and he likes this type of food, good recipes. xxxGloria(I have ablog too and I will add some Palestinan's recipes too.

Anonymous said...

hey gals, wht a cool blog u have , love it , cant wait to try your recipes

Anonymous said...

hey gals, assalaamu alaikum , what a cool blog u have, love it, cant wait to try ur recipes

Arabic Bites said...

meeso,Thank you.

gloria,you can try any recipe from our blog they so easy to make.

rahin,Thank you & welcome.

Finla said...

Wonderful Cake

Arabic Bites said...

Thank you happy cook,you should try making them!

Unknown said...

Sounds tasty after reading.I went thru most of ur recipes .all seems to be tasty.

Tony said...

السلام عليكم

I just made this recipe today ... it was so tasty. I will be checking back for regular updates. I love Arabic food. I have visited Saudi many times, too.


Arabic Bites said...

Hi Shameema,
Thank you so much for your wonderful comment.

Anthony,Thank you for stopping by, I'm so glad that you try it & you like it too.
what part of Saudi Arabia did you visited.
you are welcome any time.

TresNatural said...

This is very yummy! A great snack cake, not overpoweringly sweet. Love all the recipes so far!

Arabic Bites said...

I alway love to hear feedback about our recipes.
Thank you & Keep visiting.

zainab :)

Saju Sharfu said...

hi, i tried this cake 2 times. once i followed ur recipe exactly the same way and second time i used sweetened coconut as i found that the firt attempt was not that sweet. although my hubby loved your version. i am posting your recipe on my blog and giving a link back to your!
Thanks a bunch!

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