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Gatte ki sabzi main gatte soft kyon nahi bante
Query posted by : neeru kumar on 18-Jan-2014

There is not enough 'moyan', fat in the dough

Hello mam
I dint get he meaning of corn mixture in potato pancakes.Please help me
Query posted by : heena on 28-Dec-2013

Corn mixture is the ingredients under the headline: 'Filling, mix together'

Dear Mam,
First of all I Wish you all a merry Christmas and a prosperous new year ahead.

Yesterday I baked a cake and it was fine, except the bottom layer of the cake was dense and uncooked. How can I fix the problem? I bake my cake @ 180 degree c . Before I bake, I preheat my convection oven at the highest temperature for 56 mints.

Thanks in advance,


Query posted by : Swagata Ghosh on 25-Dec-2013

Thank you Swagata, wish you the same.

If the cake has fat in it, the temperature should be 150-160 and if fat less then 180. But of course each oven may differ, so you will have to try it. What does your oven manual say---check on that, i am not very familiar with convection baking.

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

which cake?

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

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.

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