This is a wonderful pie Greek cuisine. Before him I was never baking with semolina and this recipe is very simple! The recipe for this was for the oven but easily adapted to multivariate, so that the furnace can be in the oven and in the slow cooker. The recipe is taken from a guide to Greece.


  • Flour

    160 g

  • Leavening agent

    1 pack

  • Salt

    1 g

  • Chicken egg

    6 piece

  • Sugar

    120 g

  • Butter

    200 g

  • Orange

    1 piece

  • Semolina

    100 g


Sift flour with baking powder and salt.
Separate eggs into whites and yolks. Put whites in refrigerator.
RUB the yolks with soft butter, 1/2 part sugar (60g) and add the orange zest (today I had a pomelo). RUB until the foam and the sugar is dissolved.
Gradually, in small portions add the flour, semolina and squeeze the juice from the orange (you can substitute any citrus). Leave the mass to soak, but this time...
Beat egg whites and add the remaining sugar (60g else). I learned how to whip without a mixer: cold dishes + cold proteins = beauty )))
Gently and gradually mix the proteins in a dough. Well beaten egg whites and gently added in the dough - the key to success )))
Form of grease with butter and put the dough. Preheat the slow cooker on Heating for 15 minutes. Bake in multivarka 45 minutes (although you can all 50 minutes). After baking to take the time to get it, open the lid and give a little "breathe".
Here is a man, it turns out - the consistency is very gentle! In the oven: preheat to 180 degrees. Bake at medium heat for 40-50 minutes. I make this dough and portioned cupcakes, and the shape of the cake, you presented the classic version of this dish in Greek cuisine.
To decorate on their own, although it was nice work ))) the original recipe suggested topping: 350g sugar dissolved in 1/8 Cup water and add 20ml of brandy. But my daughter loves the chocolate glaze, so I made the recipe irina_vip http://www.povarenok .ru/recipes/show/588 34/ Bon appetite!!!
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