Our semolina cake recipes are deliciously easy to make, yet uniquely impressive. Semolina cakes have a lovely texture that is distinctly different than cakes make with plain flour. Find recipes for Greek semolina cake, orange semolina cake and more.
Semolina and ground almonds give this cake a luxurious weight, and the whole oranges provide moisture and a sunny citrus flavour.
This is actually a traditional Greek cake called Revani. It's deceptively simple to make and the semolina provides a unique texture that's sure to impress guests. This cake is also dairy free.
This is a traditional Egyptian semolina cake made with yoghurt, then soaked in a rose water syrup. I got this recipe from my sister-in-law.
Learned this recipe from a Greek friend, many years ago. If you have a sweet tooth, this is for you!
A traditional Lebanese dessert. This recipe omits the traditional addition of rose water and orange blossom essense, but it doesn't take away any of the deliciousness.
A lovely semolina cake recipe that you can make anytime of year. I have plenty berries in the garden and before the new harvest, I try to use up all of my stocks from the previous year. This recipe comes from my most recent exploits and my husband was very pleased. I hope others find it delicious too!
This is my family's favourite cake!
This gorgeously moist semolina yoghurt cake is scented with mastiha, a unique spice from the Eastern Mediterranean. Serve with a scoop of ice cream for a truly decadent treat.
I made this cake with fresh apricots, but you can also used well drained ones from a tin if they aren't in season (perhaps someone could try it with tinned apricots and tell us how it turns out?). Making the hazelnut brittle yourself is really easy and adds an impressive touch to this gorgeous cake.
Basbousa is a Middle-Eastern semolina cake that's drenched in a sweet syrup. This is a Valentine's day version which involves stamping out individual heart shaped cakes.