Sunday, December 11, 2011

Choc-Vanilla Cake (Marble Cake)


I am usually a lil apprehensive with cakes.. I just feel that my cakes aren't always good-looking.. and mostly settle in for muffins.. but owing to a new cake tin n the urge to try "marbling", I tried the CHOC-VANILLA CAKE :)


This cake happened in an experimental mood... one of those days when you feel like having something sweet but not wholly chocolatee... Also, I thought of trying "marbling" .. don't think I was very successful with it but it surely tasted awesome ;) .. If you have comments about marbling.. pls pls do mention them.. I want it to look better next time..


Sorry... couldn't click this one well :(

 Ingredients
Self Raising Flour - 1.5 cups (White Flour + 1 teaspoon of Baking Powder can be used alternatively)
Eggs - 4
Refined Oil - 1 cup
Powdered Sugar - 1 cup
Cocoa Powder - 2 Tablespoons
Vanilla Essence - 1 teaspoon
Milk - 2 teaspoons (if required)
Chocolate Syrup & Chocolate Chips - For Garnish

Cooking
1. Pre-heat the oven; 350 degree F

2. In a bowl, mix refined oil & sugar together. We could use an egg-beater for the same.

3. While beating the mixture, keep adding the flour and eggs slowly until all the ingredients blend well. Once done, pour half the batter into a seperate bowl.

4. Add vanilla essence to the first half of the batter and mix well.

5. Add cocoa powder & milk to the other half of the batter and mix well.

6. Take a baking tin and brush it with oil. Spoon batters into the prepared pan in 2 layers, alternating spoonfuls of vanilla and chocolate like a checkerboard. To create marbling, run a table knife through the batters in a swirling motion.

7. Bake, rotating the pan halfway through, until a cake tester comes out clean, 40 to 50 minutes. Transfer pan to a rack to cool 10 minutes.

8. Once cool, transfer the cake on a plate and garnish with choclate syrup and chocolate chips.

Our cake is ready to serve :))

Marmorgugelhupf (Marble Cake)

7 comments:

  1. Is this your own recipe? if yes, then kudos. I did try a marble cake and it came out really good. but it was from Dorie Greenspan's recipe.

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  2. ya.. recipe is my own.. just had to google a bit to see how to do marbling.. thou i wish i wld have taken better pics..

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  3. I wish u had taken a pic of a slice as well to see the effect..,looks quite nice.

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  5. Thanks Anamika.. true, i shld have taken a pic of the slice.. guess next time :)

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  6. Cake looks seriously incredible and quite addictive.

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  7. WOW That looks awesome . I wanna have it all...... :)
    Keep going lady all the very best

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