Greek Semolina Cake

Ivy on January 31st, 2015

Revani or Ravani is a Greek semolina cake,  which I have already published in the past. A few weeks ago when I made Bergamot fruit preserve, I decided to make more syrup than needed as I love using it in other recipes. When I started making the Revani I used bergamot zest as well syrup […]

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Continue reading about Coconut and Olive Oil Bergamot Revani Cake

This Lenten or vegan dessert is a twist to a recipe I used to make in the restaurant called Samali or Kalon Prama in Cyprus, which we offered to our clients after their meal free of charge.  The traditional recipe is a semolina cake flavoured with mastic and drenched in syrup.  Some blanched almonds are […]

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Continue reading about Vegan Coconut Mandarin Samali (Semolina Cake) and How to Make Vegan Whipped Cream

Ivy on January 31st, 2009

  Revani is one of those traditional Greek desserts our mums used to make.  The classic recipe of Revani is made with semolina and yoghurt and then drenched in syrup.  A similar recipe is made by other cultures as well and we find it under the names Basbousa, Basbuusa, nammoura, shamali etc. I have made […]

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Continue reading about Revani or Ravani with Masticha Cream Cheese Frosting

Ivy on September 12th, 2008

Revani or Ravani is one of the best Greek desserts.It is a cake made with flour or semolina and bathed in syrup.Revani has its roots in Asia Minor and as many of the Greek desserts the Turks now call them Turkish. Traditionally the cake does not have any cream and in some parts of Greece […]

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Continue reading about Revani or Ravani with Whipping Cream and Pineapple


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