Ingredients for cooking manna on milk in a slow cooker
- Semolina 1 cup
- Milk 1 cup
- Sugar - 1 cup to taste
- Chicken eggs 3 pieces
- Baking powder 1 teaspoon
- Vanilla Sugar 1 teaspoon
- Butter 100 grams
- Main ingredients: Milk, Manka
- Serving 4 servings
- World Cuisine
Slow cooker, whisk, two deep plates, butter knife, waffle towel
Cooking manna on milk in a slow cooker:
Step 1: Knead the dough.Remove the butter from the refrigerator in advance to stand at room temperature and become soft.
While the butter is melting, break the eggs into a separate bowl and use a whisk to mix them with sugar. Sugar should dissolve, but do not shake until white.
In another plate, mix semolina and milk. Milk should not be cold, it is best to preheat it, but do not boil. Now pour the eggs into this milk-semolina mixture and mix everything again, then add the softened butter, but not all, but only 50 grams, baking powder and vanilla sugar. Stir everything with a whisk until the mass becomes homogeneous and all the lumps break. Leave the dough on 25-30 minutes for swelling semolina.
Step 2: Bake the manna.
Lubricate your multiquark with the remaining oil to evenly cover the bottom and edges, this will help to avoid sticking the dough. Pour the manna mix into the multicooker. Set the mode "Bakery products"make sure that the temperature is 180 degrees, no more, no less, close the lid. Bake a cake 40 minutes. Remove the manna from the slow cooker and transfer it to a waffle towel so that it stays hot and fresh longer. Lightly cooled pie can be served!
Step 3: Serve the manna.
You can decorate the manna with a small amount of powdered sugar, honey or jam, choose what you like the most. Serve the cake by slicing into portions and serving in the saucers. Best of all, drinks, milk, drinking yoghurt and refreshing green tea will be suitable for this dish.
Enjoy your meal!
- You can add cocoa powder, raisins, candied fruits and other sweet dried fruits to the manna dough, or sprinkle with chocolate chips on top.
- It’s very good at manic in milk if you serve it with lemon or orange jam.
- Sometimes wheat flour is added to semolina in a ratio of 1: 1.
- If you do not have a baking powder, use ordinary baking soda, previously extinguishing it with boiling water.
- If you want the manna to be not so sweet and it can be served for children older than 2 years, do not use vanilla sugar.