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Eggless Chocolate Banana Cake

Written By Srimathi Mani on Monday, April 20, 2009 | 1:32 PM

It has been my intention to send in a post to Madhuram's Eggless Cooking event. The challenge was to substitute yogurt in the place of egg. I decided to make this chocolate cake on Saturday. I used an old recipe that was in my recipe book. I substituted whole wheat pastry flour in part instead of APF. When I tasted the cake batter it tasted of the flour and I kept adding more chocolate and vanilla essence. In the end I mushed some banana in to remove the smell. I baked the cake for 50 minutes and was surprised at the texture. It was soft but I still could taste the flour smell. With not much demand for the cake that night I decided to put it away. I was not enthusiastic about posting the recipe. On top of it my battery was drained from my camera and I had to let it all be.The next day I offered it to my husband and daughter and they said it tasted better. Today, my sister tasted it and said she liked it a lot which made me want to send in the entry. I set out to take the photos and send it to Madhuram's event only to find the round up already posted. But I still felt like sharing this recipe and photos.



Gadgets:

Loaf baking pan
Electric egg beater
Measuring cups and spoons
Spatula
Parchment paper
Bowls



Ingredients:

APF- 1 cup
Whole wheat pastry flour- 1/2 cup
Baking Soda - 1 tsp
Sugar - 1 cup
Cocoa Powder - 5 tbsp
Banana - 1 mushed
Oil - 1/4 cup
Butter - 2 tbsp
Vanilla Essence - 2 tsp
Yogurt - 1 cup
Vinegar - 1 tsp


Preparation:

1. Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl.

2. Mix together all the wet ingredients.

3. Mix dry to wet ingredients and pour into a prepared loaf.

4. Bake for 350 degrees for 50 minutes.



11 comments:

  1. aahaa... very yummy :)
    and healthy with whole wheat pastry flour!

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  2. The cake looks so moist and dense! Good one. :-)

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  3. Ur cake looks mouth watering and nice idea of using whole wheat flour for the cake

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  4. Thank you all for the comments. I did try to make something for the event.

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  5. Looking moist and chocolaty...Yummy..

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  6. Wonderful cake, looks moist and delicious! :)

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  7. Srimathi, that cake looks very moist. Sometimes goodies baked with whole wheat/pastry flour don't taste good the same day but taste very good from the next day onwards. I have also experienced this a couple of times. Thank you for sending the entry. Since I'm in the middle of a move, I'm running on a tight schedule. I will try to include it in the round up ASAP.

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  8. Nice blog with gud collection of recipes!

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