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Thursday, 31 December 2009

NEW YEAR SPECIAL CHOCOLATE CAKE



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  • Flour 2cups (sieved)
  • Baking powder ( 2tsp)
  • Cocoa powder 1cup
  • 2 cups sugar (finely ground)
  • 4 duck-eggs (well beaten)
  • essence of vanilla
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Margarine (2 tbsp, melted)
  • Refined oil (2tsp)
  • Dry friuts (cashews, raisins, cherries ... almonds , soaked in orange juice for overnight)

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Place sugar and the egg and beat it with the help of a fork (approx 100 times). Add the sieved flour ,along with cocoa powder, baking powder, butter and milk into the mixture and again beat at least 200 times. Grease the cake pot with butter uniformly, and pour the mixture into it, and refreigerate for 1/2 an hour, after covering it.
Meanwhile, preheat the oven at 180 deg Celsius, take the cake-pot out of the refrigerator and place it immediately in the pre-heated OTG, on the middle rack (keep both, the top and the bottom heaters on) for 30 minutes.
Ensure that the full cake is baked, by using a dip-stick ... see that nothing liquidy sticks to it.

This new year I have made this Chocolate cake for my friends and family.

Wishing you all a very HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.




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4 comments:

Indrani said...

ANek din pare ei post ta..you made the cake in cake box..it works? Wish you and your family a joyous new year

indira mukerjee (ইন্দিরা মুখার্জি) said...

actually I have used so many cake pots .Finally i have seen that the biscuit box made of tin is the right one and the measurement i have mentioned fits into this ...the lid can be closed and you can carry this in your journey.
WISHING u a very happy 2010.

Ushnish Ghosh said...

Dear Indira
Happy New year !! Very nice cake..will bake this someday when I start baking again.
Bhalo theko

Roshmi Sinha said...

First of all... here's wishing you and your family a very Happy, Safe, Wonderful and Prosperous New Year!!!

Now that Subhayan has got a new lappy, hopefully he'll make good use of it :)

This cake looks absolutely delicious... and I'm sure it is :)

P.S. Please share the recipe and procedure for making pithe/patishapta... if you can.