Carrot mannik

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Carrot mannik
  • Serves: 8 People
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: 1 hour 20 m
  • Calories: 2840
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Cooking manna on kefir in the oven. Appetizing sunny color, aromatic, very tasty and juicy - carrot. For flavor, add orange zest and vanilla sugar - you get excellent homemade cakes for tea.

Take kefir for manna of any fat content (in the recipe - 2.5%), chicken eggs - large (60-65 grams each). The amount of sugar may differ and depends on the sweetness, but for this product layout, the finished carrot manna turns out to be moderately sweet. Any refined vegetable oil is suitable, that is, odorless (I add sunflower oil).

To make the manna a success, clearly follow the step by step and instructions. All baking products should be at room temperature (cold manna may not rise well or not completely bake). Serve it with milk, tea or coffee - it will be delicious!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. To prepare these simple and delicious homemade baked goods, we need the following ingredients: kefir, carrots, chicken eggs, granulated sugar and vanilla sugar, rice flour, semolina, orange peel, baking powder, refined vegetable oil and salt.
  2. The first step is to soak the semolina.
  3. Pour 220 milliliters of kefir into a bowl and add 200 grams of cereal. Stir and leave to swell for at least 20-30 minutes at room temperature. Alternatively, you can do this in advance and leave the mixture in the refrigerator for at least a day.
  4. As a result, the semolina will begin to absorb moisture and swell. If you neglect this step and immediately add semolina to the dough, the finished baked goods will most likely be dull, not baked and will rise poorly.
  5. Pour 180 grams of sugar into another dish. Add 1 tablespoon of grated orange zest and 1 teaspoon of vanilla sugar.
  6. Grind sugar with additives very carefully. You can just use a spoon or fork, but it is much faster and more convenient to do it with a whisk. Thanks to this method, we get a richer citrus aroma.We break 3 chicken eggs. Beat or mix well the contents of the dishes.
  7. Stir so that the grated carrots are evenly distributed throughout the mixture.
  8. We return to the semolina with kefir. See how thick the mass is? If you kept it in the refrigerator, take it out in an hour and let it warm to room temperature.
  9. Add the swollen semolina to the carrot base, mix.
  10. Sift 180 grams of rice flour into a separate bowl. Add 1 teaspoon baking powder and a pinch of salt.
  11. Stir so that the baking powder and salt are evenly distributed over the flour.
  12. Pour into a bowl with the rest of the ingredients.
  13. It remains to mix everything and the dough for the carrot manna is ready. In consistency, it turns out to be not liquid, but also not stable (a little thinner than the dough for pancakes). It is current and does not keep its shape.
  14. Take a baking dish and cover it with parchment paper. It is not necessary to bake the manna in a rectangular shape - absolutely any one with high sides will do. I advise you to secure the sides of the paper so that the edges do not cover the dough. For this purpose, I use regular clothespins.
  15. Pour the dough into a mold, remove the clothespins and put the manna in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for 40 minutes. I have an electric oven, bottom heating, no convection. By the way, the baking time always depends on the oven and its characteristics.
  16. Pour the dough into a mold, remove the clothespins and put the manna in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for 40 minutes. I have an electric oven, bottom heating, no convection. By the way, the baking time always depends on the oven and its characteristics.
  17. We take the finished carrot manna out of the oven, let it stand for 10 minutes in the form, then remove it and remove the parchment.
  18. Appetizing sunny color, fragrant, tasty and juicy manna with carrots is good both warm and after cooling completely. Polinochka, thank you very much for the wonderful order. Cook for your health and bon appetit, friends!

Carrot mannik



  • Serves: 8 People
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: 1 hour 20 m
  • Calories: 2840
  • Difficulty: Easy

Cooking manna on kefir in the oven. Appetizing sunny color, aromatic, very tasty and juicy - carrot. For flavor, add orange zest and vanilla sugar - you get excellent homemade cakes for tea.

Take kefir for manna of any fat content (in the recipe - 2.5%), chicken eggs - large (60-65 grams each). The amount of sugar may differ and depends on the sweetness, but for this product layout, the finished carrot manna turns out to be moderately sweet. Any refined vegetable oil is suitable, that is, odorless (I add sunflower oil).

To make the manna a success, clearly follow the step by step and instructions. All baking products should be at room temperature (cold manna may not rise well or not completely bake). Serve it with milk, tea or coffee - it will be delicious!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. To prepare these simple and delicious homemade baked goods, we need the following ingredients: kefir, carrots, chicken eggs, granulated sugar and vanilla sugar, rice flour, semolina, orange peel, baking powder, refined vegetable oil and salt.
  2. The first step is to soak the semolina.
  3. Pour 220 milliliters of kefir into a bowl and add 200 grams of cereal. Stir and leave to swell for at least 20-30 minutes at room temperature. Alternatively, you can do this in advance and leave the mixture in the refrigerator for at least a day.
  4. As a result, the semolina will begin to absorb moisture and swell. If you neglect this step and immediately add semolina to the dough, the finished baked goods will most likely be dull, not baked and will rise poorly.
  5. Pour 180 grams of sugar into another dish. Add 1 tablespoon of grated orange zest and 1 teaspoon of vanilla sugar.
  6. Grind sugar with additives very carefully. You can just use a spoon or fork, but it is much faster and more convenient to do it with a whisk. Thanks to this method, we get a richer citrus aroma.We break 3 chicken eggs. Beat or mix well the contents of the dishes.
  7. Stir so that the grated carrots are evenly distributed throughout the mixture.
  8. We return to the semolina with kefir. See how thick the mass is? If you kept it in the refrigerator, take it out in an hour and let it warm to room temperature.
  9. Add the swollen semolina to the carrot base, mix.
  10. Sift 180 grams of rice flour into a separate bowl. Add 1 teaspoon baking powder and a pinch of salt.
  11. Stir so that the baking powder and salt are evenly distributed over the flour.
  12. Pour into a bowl with the rest of the ingredients.
  13. It remains to mix everything and the dough for the carrot manna is ready. In consistency, it turns out to be not liquid, but also not stable (a little thinner than the dough for pancakes). It is current and does not keep its shape.
  14. Take a baking dish and cover it with parchment paper. It is not necessary to bake the manna in a rectangular shape - absolutely any one with high sides will do. I advise you to secure the sides of the paper so that the edges do not cover the dough. For this purpose, I use regular clothespins.
  15. Pour the dough into a mold, remove the clothespins and put the manna in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for 40 minutes. I have an electric oven, bottom heating, no convection. By the way, the baking time always depends on the oven and its characteristics.
  16. Pour the dough into a mold, remove the clothespins and put the manna in an oven preheated to 180 degrees for 40 minutes. I have an electric oven, bottom heating, no convection. By the way, the baking time always depends on the oven and its characteristics.
  17. We take the finished carrot manna out of the oven, let it stand for 10 minutes in the form, then remove it and remove the parchment.
  18. Appetizing sunny color, fragrant, tasty and juicy manna with carrots is good both warm and after cooling completely. Polinochka, thank you very much for the wonderful order. Cook for your health and bon appetit, friends!

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