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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Eggless Marble Cake

For the third day of  the final week of Blogging Marathon#20 I decided to make use of the fluted tube pan I bought from Chennai. Though I have posted many cake recipes, I haven't yet posted the marble cake. So I tried it out today. The cake was not so pretty. I should have used a knife to make the marbling pattern instead of tooth pick. But the taste was absolutely delicious. The cake is slightly sweet and the icing balances the sweetness needed. I used cocoa powder icing but if you want a chocolaty version you can go for melted chocolate. My daughter had a small piece and she enjoyed it a lot. I also enjoyed baking in my new pan. I am linking this to Srivalli's Kid's Delight- Party Specials.


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Ingredients:
For The Cake:
Butter-1/2 + 1/8cup
Granulated Sugar-1 1/4cups
Flour/ Maida- 2 1/4cups
Baking Powder-3/4tbs
Curd/ Plain Yogurt-1/2cup
Milk-1 + 1/4cups
Vanilla Essence-1tsp
Cocoa Powder-1 1/2tbs

For The Icing:
Cocoa Powder-1 1/2tbs
Powdered Sugar-1 1/2cups
Hot Water-2-3tbs

Procedure:
1. Preheat oven to 180C.
2. Grease and dust a 9" fluted pan.
3. In a bowl mix flour and baking powder and mix well.
4. In another bowl beat butter and sugar until fluffy.
5. Add vanilla and curd and beat again until fluffy.
6. Add in 1 cup of milk and flour and mix with a wooden spatula.
7. Divide the batter into 2 equal portions. To one portion add cocoa powder and 1/4cup of milk and mix to combine.
8. Drop spoon full of white batter leaving space for chocolate batter.
9. Filled the left out spaces with chocolate batter.
10. Add another layer of batters by placing chocolate batter on vanilla batter and vanilla on chocolate.
11. With a knife, make spiral motions inside the batter to obtain the marble effect.
12. Do not over mix.
13. Bake for 20-25minutes or until a tooth pick inserted comes out clean.
14. After 5-10minutes, invert the pan on a wire rack and remove pan.
15. Allow it to cool completely.
16. In a bowl sift together sugar and cocoa powder.
17. Add hot water until it reaches a pouring consistency.
18. Pour the icing on the cake.
19. Allow it to set.
20. Carefully transfer the cake on to a serving plate.
21. Slice it up and serve.



Vanilla batter.



Chocolate Batter.



Grease and dust the pan.



Place batters alternately.



Add layers until the batters are completely over.



With a knife ( I used a tooth pick, but the result will be nice when using knife) and make spiral motions inside the batter to get the marble effect.



Bake until done.



Cool on wire rack.



Pour the icing over the cake. Allow it to cool.



Transfer to a serving plate.




Slice it up and serve.







17 comments:

  1. Wow wat an elegant and super spongy marble cake.

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  2. Delicious, love that icing on top!

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  3. Delicious, love that icing on top!

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  4. Delicious, love that icing on top!

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  5. looks so pretty :)the icing is definitely taking that cake a notch up!

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  6. Wow...looks superb and mouthwatering...looks absolutely delicious.

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  7. Ah, I gotta make a marble cake too once I get back home to my beloved oven!

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  8. Omg .. really awesome... mouthwatering

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  9. what makes you think it isn't pretty? It is very very pretty!

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  10. Ho wow. I will die for this cake. Yum cake.

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  11. Hello.Thankyou very very much for this recipe.The cake came out so well so soft that I could not believe it.I have used eggs because I felt that cakes without eggs are a waste. But you changed my belief.So thankyou very much once again.

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