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Dulce de Leche Egg less Microwave Cake

Written By Srimathi Mani on Sunday, April 20, 2008 | 7:27 PM

This morning looking at the food events for the rest of the month, I came across Cooking 4 all season Srivalli having a MEC:Cakes for the month of April. I decided to experiment with a cake recipe I came across and had no clue as to how it was going to turn out. As for me personally, I am not a microwave person. I restrict it to warming food and liquids and so it was an adventure when I started out modifying Usha Srikumar's Eggless cake recipe. When I started out it looked just like a normal cake batter but when the cake came out of the oven it looked like a very pale cake.I got curious about the taste, it was chewy, pretty low on sugar,dry and had no flavor and to put it in the words of my mama Kittu it was"colorless, odorless, tasteless!" I was not too happy with the end result. Wondered if I must have stuck to the recipe. Since I used condensed milk in the base recipe I thought maybe by adding some evaporated milk could make it moist. The end result was something super moist and tasty. I was absolutely thrilled when my 4 year daughter said "Amma its yummy". I could not help but smile.



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Gadgets:
Glass rectangle bowl
Mixing bowl
Egg Beater
Measuring cups
Measuring Spoons
Plate
Microwave


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Ingredients:
APF (All Purpose flour) - 1 cup
Baking soda- 1/2 tsp
Baking powder- 1 tsp
Butter - 2 Tbsp
Water - 1/3 cup
Condensed Milk - 1 tin (1 cup for cake)
Vanilla essence - 1tsp
Honey - 1tsp
Evaporated Milk - 1 tin
Chocolate Syrup - 1 tsp
White Chocolate chip - 3

Preparation:


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1. In a bowl, add 1 cup condensed milk, water, butter,essence,honey and beat to blend well with an egg beater.


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2. Mix all purpose flour, baking soda, baking powder and mix well to make a cake batter.


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3. Pour into prepared glass microwave safe bowl and bake on high power for 4 minutes.

4. Add another 4 minutes on high and bake again.


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5. Remove the cake from the bowl, it will come off easily.


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6. Place a wax paper in the bowl and put the cake back.

7. Mix evaporated milk and the remaining condensed milk and pour it evenly over the cake.


8. I would like to mention that the corners of the cake are more chewy than the center, so add more of the milk in the 4 corners.

9. Cover the glass bowl and place it in the fridge for sometime.

10. I placed it for 3 hours and by that time most of the milk had been absorbed.


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11. To me it tasted like any Indian sweet made with condensed milk and was to my surprise pretty moist and tasty.


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12. Cut a cube of the cake and drizzle with chocolate syrup and voila, I am so happy that I came up with something very moist and delicious in the end.



5 comments:

  1. Oh my God! that looks gorgeous. I should try this one for sure. The recipe seems so simple. I love anything sweet. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  2. that looks soo yummy really!..thanks for the lovely entry.

    Srivalli

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  3. very yummy cake

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  4. Great recipe! Finished it in one shot. Go foodyguru, go!

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  5. Cake is looking awesome!! please tell me about evaporated milk..

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