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what if we don't add dahi to the cake
Query posted by : bharati sahu on 20-Dec-2013

which cake?

Mam,
could you please tell me a recipe for wholewheat chocolate cake.i have tried a recipe although the taste is good but it tends to crumble to touch and the pieces are not clean so if you could help me with in this regard thanks in advance.
Query posted by : Ranjita on 14-Dec-2013

Atta (Wholewheat) Chocolate Cake
Oven temp: 350 F- 180 C

Atta (Whole wheat) 2 cups (400 g)
Sugar 1 cups (400 g)
Baking powder 1 tsp
Baking soda (meetha soda) 1 tsp
Cocoa 2/3 cup
Oil cup (125 g)
Water cup
Eggs 4
Vanilla essence tsp
2 baking tins 8-9 round

Method
Grease the tins and dust with atta.
Place the atta, sugar, soda, baking powder, oil and water in a bowl and beat smooth.
Add the eggs and vanilla essence and beat till smooth again.
Divide the mixture into the tins, and bake in the pre-heated oven for 35-40 mins.

Hello mam,
I have two questions regarding baking:
1.if i prepare a batter for cake and my oven does not have the capacity of two tins can i keep the batter for about 40 mins and then bake the second cake.
2.Can i use margarine or low fat spreads which are less salty in baking cakes, tarts etc..
Query posted by : Ranjita on 10-Dec-2013

1. Not the ideal thing to do, but most of us have to do it sometimes. I do it too, not for too long though. Up to an hour is fine.
2. Yes you can.

Hello mam,
whenever i bake (cakes, cupcakes) with adding milk, the top crust becomes very sticky to touch, is it always happens with addition of milk or hot water also.There are few recipes on your site which asks for hot water same thing happens please help thanking you in advance


Query posted by : Ranjita on 5-Dec-2013

Just bake it a little longer. Sometimes ovens differ so you have to adjust the time and temperature.

Hello mam,
I would want to know if you are doubling the quantity of ingredients in a recipe given for baking cakes for example instead of 1 cup of maida you are using 2 cups should we double the baking time also.
Query posted by : Ranjita on 1-Dec-2013

Not the baking time. In microwaving the timing has to be increased, according to instructions in the manual.
 
 

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