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Monday, October 05, 2009

Marbel Cake

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Ingredients:-

Plain flour 2 cups

Eggs 2

Sugar 2 cups

Salt 1/4 tsp

Vanilla essence 1 tbsp

Coco powder 2 tbsp (or more as per taste)

Baking powder 1 tbsp

Cooking soda 1/2 tbsp

Oil 1 1/2 cup

Milk 1 cup

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This is just before going into the microwave oven

Method:-

Beat eggs until fluffy.

Mix all the dry ingredients except coco powder.

Mix egg and oil.

Slowly pour the egg mixture into the flour and mix well.

Divide the batter into two.Mix coco powder in 2 tbsp of milk and add that to the one part of the batter.

Then add vanilla essence to other part of the batter.

Line the pan with butter and sprinkle flour.Pour both the batter alternatively.Use a toothpick to run it through batter to create swirls but don't over do it.

Bake in pre heated microwave oven on 200 degrees for 40 minutes or till when the tooth pick comes out clean when picked.

This cake has become favourite with my girls,they just love this.

30 comments:

  1. you are one awesomely patient person! How do you manage a house, a husband, 2 kids and cooking!? Anyway, this recipe looks fab, will definitely try it out...

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  2. Looks mouthwatering, soft & spongy..Sure ur girls wud have enjoyed :)

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  3. @Rohini some how i take out time,as i have to pack my kid box,so end up doing this sort of things once a week mostly when hubby is at home and he sits with the kids and do the cooking.
    Do try it out,vanilla and chocolate combo is wonderful.Any doubt mail me

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  4. Has come out so perfect nice soft and fluffy and looks mouth watering :)

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  5. Looks perfect...can we make this in the normal oven...with same measurements?

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  6. yummy cake dear..I m sure ur kids would be enjoying...even I m about 2 bake a cake tomm.:)

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  7. Yummilicious.looks beautiful.

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  8. sure will let you know if i need help! Thanks! :)

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  9. Wow beautiful marble cake, send me some..am craving for this cake..

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  10. Wow your kids must have enjoyed eating that cake...looks so delicious :)

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  11. luvs great..pls check my ongoing event "Diwali 2009" on my blog..
    http://priyasfeast.blogspot.com/2009/10/announcing-diwali-2009-event.html

    Thank u
    Priya

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  12. Looks beautiful..must have tasted very well..

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  13. @Shailaja i dont have a gas oven or electric oven so no idea about the quantity to be used.

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  14. Looks beautiful! Very tasty and you have baked perfectly!

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  15. Wow! I saw the marble cake on another blog also me thinks :P

    This looks gr8 Saru .. the pic b4 gng into the oven - awesome!

    I wud hv luved to hv an eggless recipe of the same :(

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  16. woww....this looks amazing..wonderful snap dear.....and it came out perfectly..same as we get from bakerys.. :)

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  17. Beautiful cake, looks so soft and yumm.

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  18. This cake is my son's all time favorite.Looks yummy!

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  19. Marble cake cameout perfect,nice texture...

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  20. wahh kaya bath hai..... mouthwatering perfectly baked and nice texture looks great dear yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

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  21. Lovely cake....It looks soo moist and swirly....:)

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  22. wow..Mouthwatering cake..awesome ..

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  23. Been Googling 'Marble Cake' for a while, looking for the perfect recipe- yours is the best I've seen so far! Definitely trying this out this weekend...
    -Eileen

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  24. Eileen glad that u liked my recipe,do try and let me know it :)

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  25. Wow...so soft and yummy cake......

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