Friday, July 3, 2009

Guest Blog: Sönmez's Revani

So my parents went to Cary recently to visit a friend through rotary club and his mom made some lovely Turkish desserts here is one of her special recipe's translated from turkish for us, 

My mother’s Revani Recipe 


3 large eggs 

1 cup sugar 


Whisk eggs and sugar by electric mixer 


1 cup coarse semolina  

1 cup flour 

1 teaspoon (totally full) baking powder 


1 cup yogurt  


 Stir semolina, flour and baking powder by hand 

Once they are mixed poor into whisked eggs and sugar, and mixed them by hand.  

Last, add yogurt then mix all of them by hand 


Pre-heat oven 275 F 

Poor the cake batter into buttered 9”x13” regular pan.  

Bake the cake for about 25-30 min.   


3 cup sugar 

3 cup water  


Boil sugar and water in a saucepan.  

When it is boiled add 2 table spoon lemon-juice and let the syrup boil another 2 

minutes. Then, Cool it completely. 


Slowly poor cooled syrup all over the hot cake (as soon as you finished baking). 



As you’d like, you can topped with shredded coconut or whipped cream before you serve. 



Enjoy your Revani! 



  1. Rebecca, you should try those tasty Revani! They are too good to miss...(I know they might be too sweet for you! )
    Angie's Recipes

  2. Türkische Pizza, Döner are all very GOOD!

    Angie's Recipes

  3. oh no Angie I like sweet stuff I am a chocoholic but in moderation he he

  4. Hmmnn..this sounds delicios with yogurt in the ingredients...

  5. This looks absolutely delicious. Id love to try it!

  6. Rebecca,
    That looks fantastic....Thank you for the recipe.

    Have a great weekend!

  7. I love simple recipes! This is a nice one you got here.

  8. This sounds lovely made with semolina! How delicious!

  9. Peachkins: it also tasted good
    Donna: will send ya some
    Erica: no probs
    my little space thanks
    Girlichef: happy 4th
    Reeni: thanks

  10. This looks very tastey. I have never heard of this before.

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