Friday, October 5, 2012

Eggless Marble Cake / Eggless Marble Loaf Cake / Chocolate Vanilla Loaf Cake~ For 5 Lakh Hits!!!


At last my long time wish to bake a Marble cake n Zebra cake was happened Yesterday. Yaay...I baked a Marble Cake!!!!... Long back i bookmarked this Eggless Marble Cake from Sharmis Passions. And at last Yesterday baked it as a Celebration Post recipe for my Blog's 5 Lakh Hits and completely enjoyed making it.

When I told V that I gonna bake some cake today., he asked me for what ?! Then why you want to strain yourself and more over kids just recovered from cold and flu, and raised so many questions - I replied to him with more excitement that my blog had reached 5 lakh hits, so as a celebration post wanted to bake a cake...
He starred at me and replied in single line..".this is toooo much, You do as you like, no one is here to control you"
I tried to convince him but he ??!!!!
Then half with a half mind started the preparation, I made few changes to the original recipe and to my surprise the cake turned out perfect n delicious. Like She mentioned, the cake was so soft n light. The nature of the cake was like crumble like texture, even after the next day n refrigeration couldn't slice a smooth piece like Chocolate Cake. Don't bother about the texture enjoy this light n soft cake with or without frosting...now to the recipe...
Mini Zebra cake-can u see the patter?! Yaay i got it :)
Ingredients
  1. All Purpose Flour /Maida - 1 and 1/4 cup 
  2. Baking powder -    2 tsp
  3. Baking soda -     1/2 tsp
  4. Butter -    6 tbsp(softened unsalted butter)
  5. Sugar -        1/2 cup
  6. Sweet end Condensed Milk     4 tbsp
  7. Milk -       1 cup
  8. Vanilla Extract -      1/2 tsp
  9. Cocoa powder -      2 tbsp
  10. Hot water -      2 tbsp

Method
  • In a bowl/plate, Sift all purpose flour,baking soda, baking powder and keep aside.
  • In another mixing bowl, beat butter for few seconds until cream and then add sugar n continue beating for 1 or 2 minutes.
  • Then add Vanilla and condensed milk then beat to combine.
  • Now add flour and milk alternatively - start with flour and end with milk. combine everything well and do not over beat.
  • And now, in a small bowl add 2tbsp cocoa powder n 2 tbsp hot water and mix well to a smooth liquid.
  • After that, transfer 1/4 th of the vanilla batter to another bowl and mix it with prepared cocoa.
  • Now both Vanilla n cocoa batter is ready.
  • Preheat Oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit.
  • Line a 8" loaf pan with parchment paper and spray with cooking spray or grease the sides with butter and line with parchment paper.
  • Now to the lined loaf pan, add vanilla n cocoa batter alternatively like a checker board pattern or simply fill with vanilla batter then add remaining cocoa batter in 3 small circles, make swirls as u like.
  • Tap the pan gently to set the batter evenly and bake it for 35-45 minutes or until done(check by inserting a knife or toothpick which should come out clean).

Notes:
Condensed milk can be replaced with milk powder.
The entire batter can be baked in 8" loaf pan, as its my first time i don't know h much the cake will rise so filled half only and baked the left over in mini pan.
Sorry that i couldn't able to click the complete step wise pic, flour n milk has to be mixed simultaneously, due to work concentration forgot to click that step...hope the explanation is clear :) 



36 comments:

  1. wow.. absolutely divine.. you have made it perfect :)

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  2. Congrats and the cake looks great!

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  3. the marble cake looks very moist and soft....love the first pic

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  4. Congrats and cake look so delicious so apt for the celebration.

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  5. Oh and I see these beauties at last... was waiting for them.. They look so soft and spongy... and loving the patterns...

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  6. Congrats on ur 5 lakh hits...lovely preparation and presentation, lovely pics too!!

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  7. Congrats, definitely time to celebrate, cake looks great and your clicks are simply awesome..

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  8. Congrats....superb yaa....irresistible..yummy

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  9. Great Milestone Sangee. Congrats. Cake came out super perfect. love to taste it.

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  10. Great Achievement and congrats on the milestone .. Looks yummy !!!!!!!!!

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  11. Congrats dear.....awesome cake dear...

    Thanks for the advice dear, sure the addition of lemon juice will add extra taste...

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  12. Congrats!!!! Cake looks super delicious. Lovely clicks.

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  13. Looks delicious and yum, love the dark color of the chocolate

    Priya
    Cook like Priya




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  14. looks so delicious and came out so good... very impressive!!

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    1. Congrats on your 5 lakh hits.. Your cake is definitely irresistable!!!

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  15. looks so soft and moist... Very tempting
    great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  16. Congrats on the 5 lakh hits...The cake looks great. The swirls look soo awesome! Lovely clicks :-)

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  17. My hearty congratulations Sangee...wish you more success. BTW, awesome picture, love the clean marble effect on the cake. I'm still waiting to try.

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  18. congrats on the 5 lac hit!! loved the marble effect! the best one i've ever seen!

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  19. Delicious and mouthwatering cake Lovely preparation.
    Deepa

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  20. that pattern is simply amazing sangee and i m glad to see you are back on your feet!

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  21. Love the pattern of your marble cake Sangee,loaf looks extremely irresistible. Btw regarding your q'n about the burfi,yep you can replace very well the chocolate powder with cocoa powder,but the colour will be bit darker than mine,thats all.

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  22. Congrats on your blogs 5th anniversary. Sometimes, when the kids are sick and you have not been blogging, the need to blog increases. The cake looks awesome.

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  23. Sangeetha (Nitha's Kitchen)October 7, 2012 at 11:30 PM

    Congrats for your 5 lakhs hit. Very perfect slices and lovely presentation Sangee...

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  24. What a beautiful pattern! Congrats!

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  25. Very nice and wonderful cake. You got the exact pattern too. Thanks for trying out the instant sambar.

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  26. Congrats on your hits..lovely presentation...

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  27. hi wow that cake looks delicious, i know my kids will love it if i make that cake, is there anything i can use to replace cocoa powder, and still get that look

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    1. You can make it as a plain/simple vanilla cake n take 1/4 cup or 1/2 of it n mix it with desired food color n try marble pattern with it or make rainbow cake :)
      For simple vanilla cake recipe, Click Here

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  28. Dear sangeetha, i had booked marked this receipe for a long time and yesterday was the day that i had prepared this cake. This was the most moist and perfect eggless cake that i have made.. thank you so much. hope to see much more eggless variation from you.

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  29. Hello, I wanted to let you know that I tried out your recipe and loved it! I made a few substitutions due to the ingredients I had available and it still worked. I used soy milk instead of regular (and condensed), light margarine instead of butter, and four handfuls of melted chocolate chips instead of cocoa/water. I ended up doing 50% vanilla and 50% chocolate as I am a big chocolate fan... it was moist and delicious! Thanks for posting.

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  30. Hi Sangee, in your notes, u have mentioned that Condensed Milk can be substituted with milk powder. so for 4 Tabsp of condensed milk, hw many spoons of milk pwder will b enuff?

    Thanks
    Manishaa

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    1. You can use 2 or 3 tbsp milk powder, but i haven't tried it. Hope it will workout. If you try, please do share your feedback.

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