being a recipe writer is a very tough job, we need to test recipes and make sure it’s perfect so that I can share with everyone. this is when buying a cookbook becomes safe as you hardly can say which recipe will turn out perfect. another responsibility comes to me as my blog carries the title “the recipe writer”, i am responsible to post a few of my own recipes and ofcourse my inspiration is the internet but they are only inspirations not my source. my source is my experience and instincts. I have seen and heard people talk about fish cakes made of semolina. i also heard people say they make it with beef and semolina as well. I don’ t have a recipe but the way they spoke I understood the basic ingredients and techniques used to make a beef cake. that comes from experience in my kitchen back in sri lanka and dubai.
so i decided to make a simple and easy one pan breakfast for the weekend to prevent those extra washing load. the basic ingredients were beef, onion and semolina. why i prefered semolina was due to it’s low carbohydrate levels. the other supporting ingredients were egg, milk and salt and pepper. surprisingly it turned out perfect and was soft. i baked at 180 degrees for 16 minutes and served warm with ketchup. my next step was to take it one step ahead and make a healthy version, to make it healthy i decided to use instant oats rather than semolina. oats were on my shelf lying for months and hardly i use them and now i started using oats for cookies and beef cakes. my next step will be soon revealed.
beef cake recipe
- 1 cup oats
- 1 egg
- 1/2 cup milk
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 onion chopped
lets bake the beefcake;
- blend all the ingredients together.
- pour on a baking tray
- bake at 180 degrees for 16 minutes
- cut into triangles and serve warm with ketchup, mayonnaise or mash potatoes
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