Monday, December 3

Eggless Chocolate Cake


When we are out shopping, how many times it so happens that we end up buying chocolate cake for our family? Ever thought how easy it would be if you can prepare lip-smacking, scrumptious eggless chocolate cake at home in less than 30 minutes? Don’t believe it, you’ll believe after reading this post.

This Diwali I learnt how to make Eggless Chocolate Cake at home in 25-30 minutes without using microwave or an oven. if chocolate is your weakness and you are a person who looks for excuses to buy cake from market, continue reading this post for making eggless chocolate cake, the fun and easy way.

Ingredients:
(served for 4)

1 cup milk

5 tablespoons sugar

1 Hide & Seek Biscuits Packet (100g)

1 Parle-G Biscuits Packet (100g)

1 tablespoon plain flour

1 tablespoon ghee (only for covering the container used for making cake)

1 sachet of Eno

50 gram chocolate chips or crushed dairy milk chocolate (optional)

Method:

1.       Add 1 packet each of Hide & Seek and Parle-G biscuit together in the mixer and grind them till you get the coarse form.

2.       Take a separate bowl and add milk (do not heat the milk) in it along with 5 tablespoon sugar and mix it well.

3.       Add the powdered biscuit in the milk container and mix it well.

4.       Add 3/4th Eno powder (any flavour) to this biscuit milk mixture and mix it again.

5.       Take another bowl (made from aluminium not steel) and apply 1 tablespoon of ghee on the bottom of the bowl.

6.   Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of plain flour on ghee covering it completely.

7.       Empty the contents of the biscuit milk mixture into the aluminium bowl.

8.       Add chocolate chips or crushed dairy-milk chocolate into this mixture.

9.       Take cooker and place a small steel plate at the bottom. Place the bowl on top of plate and cover the cooker with a lid. Do not put the whistle on the lid of the cooker.

10.       Bake (direct gas cooking) the cake initially at low flame for 15 minutes and then at high flame for 10-15 minutes.

11.   Flip the bowl on the serving plate and make sections with a knife.

12.   The cake is ready to be served.

Hope it was fun reading this recipe now try this in your kitchen and do tell me your experience through your comments.

12 comments:

  1. brilliant Paaji this is yummy recipe I will try it for sure :)


    Bikram's

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    1. thanks Veer ji ..

      i hope you get hide & seek or parle-g biscuits (or equivalents) there in UK .. :P

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  2. Interesting. I might want to try these things once I make my solar cooker :)

    Destination Infinity

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    1. do tell me how was your experience but meanwhile do not abstain yourself from this lovely easy to cook cake...!

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  3. wow..this is a good one, can we try it in microwave too?

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    1. nop .. i never tried it but you can experiment Ma'am...its easy to cook in cooker .. give it a try ..!

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  4. Yummy! I always wanted to make my own chocolate cake in a cooker! I will bookmark this one, thank you :)

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    1. do tell me how was it .. thanks for bookmarking it !

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  5. Good stuff Rahul..this is probably the best home-made cake I've tasted ever...
    Great recipe, just that I've not really succeeded at my end in implementing it...
    Nevertheless, the cake is at its best healthy, light, and most importantly, easy to cook and YUM!
    Raghav

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    1. thank you Raghav .. good to know that you tried this and was a success !

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  6. Wat a gorgeous cake!!!
    very useful post dear!

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  7. Such an innovative and easy recipe..:)

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