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Vegan Biscotti With Semolina: Dairy-Free Suji Cake Rusk


This post comes in continuation with my last post on vegan condensed milk. Now that I have prepared condensed milk, I wanted to put it to best use. So what better way than adding it to a baked beauty and creating an eggless, dairy-free biscotti with semolina flour?


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 What makes this vegan biscotti different from my other suji cake rusk recipe is that the latter is little crunchier than the former.

What it does not mean this vegan biscotti recipe cannot be tried?
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egless cake rusk vegan with semolina suji
 This makes a perfect treat for tea time for vegan followers.
While I was preparing the batter for the vegan cake rusk with semolina, there was a power outage in my area for 2 hours. So the dough was left on the kitchen counter for 2 hours once it was ready. I was unsure what the end product would be.
suji cake rusk vegan condensed milk
 I had given up hope as well. But then when power was restored after 2 hours, I went ahead with baking the suji cake rusk with vegan condensed milk.
Did it disappoint?
vegan biscotti with semolina flour





Well, not exactly!
But perhaps, if I had got an opportunity to bake it instantly, I would have got even better results.
Never mind! It is still good to go and I am happy with the result.
I did not add baking powder to the recipe, but I think it will be a good addition here. So I am mentioning it in the ingredients.

Well, veganism is a way of living that abstains from the use of dairy or animal products. It is all about being empathetic toward animals. Vegan followers are against cruelty to animals in any form, so they do not use any animal products and vegan recipes are based on plant products.
SO you will not find dairy products or any kind of animal products in any vegan recipe.

Ingredients for Semolina Biscotti With Vegan Condensed Milk

eggless semolina biscotti : a vegan recipe

1 cup- suji/rava/semolina
1/4 cup- whole wheat flour
1/2 cup- coconut powder (dry – add more for more intense flavor)
1 cup- vegan condensed milk (here's the recipe to make vegan condensed milk)
½ cup- sugar powder
1/2 tsp- baking soda
1/2 tsp- baking powder (I added only 3/4 tsp baking soda  and did not add baking powder)
Cardamom powder for flavor
Almond meal to garnish or you may add nuts of your choice
1/2 cup- olive oil/vegetable oil or coconut oil

How to make Semolina vegan biscotti or cake rusk


  1. Whisk vegan condensed milk, olive oil, sugar powder, and cardamom powder until light and fluffy.
  2. Add baking soda and baking powder.
  3. Throw in coconut powder, whole wheat flour, and semolina.
  4. Mix everything well until combined.
  5. Preheat oven/microwave convection at 170 degrees for 10 mts.
  6. Meanwhile, the batter should look like sticky dough. If it looks dry, add little water or more condensed milk.
  7. Grease your cookie tray and make two logs of the dough.
  8. Bake for 25 mts at 170 degrees.
  9. Take out the logs when done.
  10. Allow them to cool down before slicing them into biscottis. Do not cut too thin or too thick slices.
  11. Bake one side for 15 minutes at 170 degrees.
  12. Bake another side for 10-12 mts or 2 mins longer if the rusks look too soft.
  13. Allow the vegan biscottis to cool down before enjoying these crunchy bites.
Do give this eggless dairy free biscotti with semolina a try and share feedback. I would look forward to hearing from you.

Here's some feedback from Uma Srinivas, who has turned a vegan herself.

Comments

  1. I have become a fan of your healthy and innovative recipes Ravneet 😃

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    1. Love you dear. The feeling is mutual. I love your recipes.

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