Thursday, December 11, 2008

All-time favorite best mouth-watering reversible tutti frutti, orange, and chocolate cakes

This is the recipe of my first reversible tutti frutti, orange, and chocolate cake I learnt and it still is my favorite.

1. 1 Cup Sugar.
2. 1-1/4 Cup maida.
3. 1 Cup Milk Powder.
4. 1 Cup Malai.
5. 1 Cup Milk.
6. 1 tsp baking powder.
7. 1/2 tsp soda-bicarbonate.
8. 3-4 drop vanilla essence.

Sift together all the dry ingredients. Blend malai and sugar till sugar dissolves smoothly (however make sure if you beat too fast or use blender chances are malai starts giving out Ghee.. take care of it). Now slowly add powdered mixture sifted previously to the malai+ sugar batter with the help of milk. Do it slowly and keep following the cut fold method for mixing to avoid any air bubbles in the cake.

Finally add the Vanilla essence, one last mixing and put the cake for bake in a preheated over at 150 degrees for at least 25 minutes. Rest you know how to proceed and check.

Variations: You may coat tutti frutti in 1-2 teaspoon maida and add in batter just before vanilla essence to have tutti frutti cake, you may add 1 tablespoon orange juice and some orange rind for a summary orange cake, or replace vanilla essence with 2 tablespoon cocoa powder for a chocolate cake.

I eagerly wait for people to try it and share their feedback for this.

Instant Cherry Cake


1. 1 cup butter.
2. 1 cup granulated sugar.
3. 2 cups refined flour or one and half cup wheat flour.
4. One teaspoon baking powder.
5. Half teaspoon soda bicarbonate.
6. 1 tablespoon vanilla essence.
7. One and half cup cold milk.
8. 2 tablespoon cherries cut into pieces and rolled in dry flour.


1. Mix all the ingredients together.
2. beat it till the sugar is dissolved.
3. Cover and keep it aside.
4. Heat the oven for 10 minutes at 180 c.
5. Grease cake dish, pour the cake mixture in it.
6. Place in the oven.
7. Bake for 35-40 minutes.
8. Take out the baked cake after testing with a needle.
9. Cover it till it becomes cool.

All-time favorite best mouth-watering cakes for Christmas

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