Eggless Vanilla Cake

Happy Valentine's Day Eggless Vanilla Cake in Marathi Time: Prep time - 25 to 30 minutes | Ba...

Happy Valentine's Day

Eggless Vanilla Cake in Marathi

Time: Prep time - 25 to 30 minutes | Baking Time - 35 to 40 minutes
Yield: 10 small pieces

eggless cake, cake without egg, plain sponge cake recipeIngredients:
3/4 cup All purpose flour (100 gms)
200 gram Condensed milk (1/2 cup + couple more tablespoons) (Tip 5)
1/4 cup Butter (unsalted) (60 gms)
1/2 tsp Baking powder
1/2 tsp Baking soda
1/2 tsp vanilla essence
1/2 cup carbonated water (120 ml) (soda water) (Tip 4)

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Method:
1) Preheat oven at 350 F (180 C).
2) Sieve all purpose flour, baking soda and baking powder together into a medium bowl
3) Take another deep and medium mixing bowl. Add softened butter and condensed milk. Beat using hand mixer or egg beater. Mix until well blended and smooth. Add vanilla essence and blend for a minute.
4) Now, add half of the all purpose flour to butter and condensed milk batter. Mix with the hand mixer. Then add half of the soda water and blend. Then again add flour, followed by soda water. Mix well until smooth consistency.
5) Pour the batter into greased baking tin. To remove excessive air bubbles, hit the pan very gently on the counter-top. The pan goes into the oven for 35-40 minutes.
6) After 35-37 minutes poke at the center of cake with a toothpick. If it comes out clean, that means cake is ready. If you find wet batter on the toothpick, then bake for another 10 minutes.
Once cake is baked, remove it out from the cake tin and put it on a wired rack to cool down. After 15-20 minutes, cut the cake and its ready to enjoy.





Tips:
1) There are variety of cake tin shapes available in the market. You can make the above cake in heart, oval, round, square shape.
2) The above quantity is good for 2 to 3 people. So, double the amount of ingredients to make little larger cake.
3) For the above given ingredients, you will need little smaller cake tin. The cake tin which I used is approx 8 X 3". After pouring the batter into cake tin, the level should be around 1.5 to 2 inches from the bottom.
4) Do not use other sodas like coke, pepsi, ginger ale, lemon soda etc. Use plain soda water. Soda water makes the cake fluffier.
5) After mixing all the ingredients, taste the batter a little. If you want it little more sweet, add few tablespoon condensed milk. Mix well after adding it.

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  1. Hi Vaidehi CAn we make CAke in Microwave oven? If Yes pls Help me how to make in Microwave oven?

    Waiting for your reply.

    Thanks
    Madhuri...........

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  2. Very nice.Love the presentation :)

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  3. Happy Valentine’s Day to you too! This recipe is just great for those of us who don’t have much spare time and still want to make something nice for their sweethearts. Thanks for posting such an easy to prepare recipe but also a great one.

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  4. Hi Madhuri,
    No, microwave will not work for baking cake.

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    Thanks Chitra and Aer Conditionat

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  5. Hi

    Such a nice recipe!! I'll try

    but I dont have microvave not even oven.

    pls let me know if any otehr way to bake the cack

    What is the difference b/w microwave & oven

    Pls clarify other wise at the time pf purchasing I might go for wrong decision.

    Vaidehi pls help me

    which one is good and useful for all prpose cooking

    Sheetal

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  6. Hi Vaidehi,

    Thanks for ur advice!
    We had great party with awesome food!!
    My friends love it!

    Thanks & best regards,
    Ashu.

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  7. Hi Sheetal

    For day to day use microwave is better. but for baking, oven is needed. Microwave is good for reheating and cooking rice, dal or other items which we can cook over stove top

    for baking oven is required, because cookies or cake should be cooked slowly.

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  8. Thank you Vaidu

    Now I'll go for microwave only.

    sheetal sharad

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  9. Thanks Sheetal

    thanks Sadhana (sensible veg.)

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  10. Egless vanilla cake post kelyabaddal dhanyawaad. Mala ashich basic receipe havi hoti. Thank u soo much. Nakki karun baghen.

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  11. Hi Vaidehi for sharing such a nice recipe... i have one question.. can we use milk & sugar instead of condensed milk? if yes please tell me the exact quantity.

    Thanks,
    Swati

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  12. Hi swati,
    Thanks for stopping by and leaving comment.
    No, unfortunately milk and sugar don't work for making eggless cake. I had tried it myself. Cake became soggy and dense.
    thickness of Condensed milk binds all the ingredient well. It works just like eggs.
    Condensed milk is easily available in grocery stores. and the above cake is worth a try. :) delish..

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  13. Hi

    Its not often that an eggless cake recipe turns out perfect :) But this cake looks just wow.

    Could you may be provide the ingredients - Flour, butter,condensed milk & soda in terms of gms or ml ? Usually find it hard to figure out the "cup" based measurements -:)

    thanks for the lovely recipe once again,
    ~Sowmya

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  14. Hello,

    This recipe looked amazing and I had been wanting to try a condensed milk and soda water cake for a while. It turned out well, except I only added half the quantity of soda water (60ml) and felt that 120 would have been too much. The batter ended up being of a ribbon consistency and the cake turned out great! Thank you, its the first cake I've tried, which even cuts well, I ended up cutting it in 2 and then icing it. Thank you for this eggless treasure :)
    -Tanvi

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  15. Hi Vaidehi,

    Your site was introduced to me by my SIL and I must say it is by far one of the easiest to follow as well as well detailed. I do come here even for my basic recepies ... So bless Prajakta (my SIL) and deff. bless you :-)


    I bake with eggs. My one attempt over Christmas to bake egless was a flop :-(

    I am eager to try this eggless version but can't help doubting one thing.

    If we double the quantity for a larger cake, then with our small ovens we will have to make them in 2 -3 rounds. In this case won't the fizz of the soda water make the batter flat? Actuall I don't know what to expect once the fizz of the soda water goes out!!!

    Please do enlighten me as I need to bake an eggless version for a family friend this Wednesday.

    Thanks.

    Joyce

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  16. Hi Joyce

    If you have small oven then you will need to do the mixing and baking twice.
    That means follow the above method. Bake the cake and again do the same for baking one more cake.

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  17. Dear Vaidehi,

    Thanks for clarifying the doubt ...

    Keep up the awesome work

    Thanks,

    Joyce

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  18. Namaskar..

    tuzya recipes khup sundar astat me nehami karun pahate dhanyavad.........

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