Lenten mannik – delicious pastry for sweet tooth. With the addition of wheat flour and baking powder.

Ingredients

Semolina – 1 glass

Sugar – 1 glass

Water – 1 glass

Flour – 3 tbsp.

Sugar with cinnamon – 10 g

Baking Powder – 10 g

Vegetable oil – 50 g

Apple – 1-2 pcs.

  • 223 kCal
  • 40 min.

Cooking process

Lenten manicure with apples is a lush, airy, slightly moist pastry that can be cooked in minutes in your kitchen. You can indulge yourself with such a mannik in the days of fasting and not only. I assure you that the pie prepared on the basis of semolina, will please both adults and children, and even those who are categorically displeased with semolina. After all, mannik is a homemade, cozy pie cooked with love and warmth of the hands of a loved one.

Photo of a lunatic manna with apples

Prepare the necessary ingredients.

Ingredients for lean mannika with apples

In a deep bowl, pour in water at room temperature. Pour semolina, sugar, sugar with cinnamon and baking powder.

Combine mango, sugar and cinnamon

Pour in the vegetable oil and mix thoroughly.

Pour in the oil

Then add the sifted flour. Mix again, there should be no lumps of battered flour.

Sift the flour

According to its consistency, the mannika dough should resemble liquid sour cream.

Stir the dough

Peel the apples, remove the core and cut into thin plates.

Clean apple

Fix the parchment or oil the baking mold. Put half of the prepared pieces of apples on the bottom.

To put in the form of a slice of apples

Pour out the dough, and top out the second half of the apples.

Pour apples with dough

Bake lean manney with apples in a wind box for 25-30 minutes at a temperature of 180 degrees. Readiness mannika can be checked with a wooden ray, if it remains dry – the baking is ready.

Bake cake

Put the cake on a dish and, if desired, sprinkle with powdered sugar or pour with your favorite berry syrup.

Sprinkle mannik with powdered sugar

Cooled mannik to serve on the table, cutting with portioned pieces.

Lenten mannik with apples

Fasting is delicious. Cook with love. Bon Appetit.

The recipe for lean manna with apples