Malai Mava Cake

I love baking Cakes and experimenting with it each time i  bake..Baking Cake is must at my place for feast,festivals,birthdays and every special occasion..My Cousins Narina and Raquel are huge fan of my cakes and this first post of cakes in my blog .I dedicate it to them....

On occasion of feast I baked 2 cakes one was Almond and second one was this..Everyone who ate them just loved and asked for the recipe .The Mava and Malai makes this Cake so soft that it just melts in the mouth

We had  some when it was piping hot and it tasted so divine..






Ingredients:
100 gms Mava 
100 gms Malai/Cream
1 tbsp butter softened
150 gms All purpose flour/ Maida
2 eggs
100 gms caster sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tbsp saffron infused milk(optional)
1/2 cup milk
1.5 tsp vanilla extract.

Method :

Preheat the oven on 180 Degree Celsius .

Prepare cake tin by lining it with parchment paper or by greasing it with butter and dusting flour.

Sieve Flour together with baking powder and baking soda and keep aside.

Mix Mava and Malai till smooth then mix in the butter, sugar and lightly beaten eggs .

Mix all well then add the milk and extract

Lastly fold in the sieved Flour and gently mix till everything has been incorporated well.

Pour the mixture in well greased the cake tin
 
Bake on 180 Degree Celsius for 50 minutes or till  skewer inserted comes out clean.

Let it cool completely  ,slice and serve...






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22 comments:

  1. awesome cake ..loved the addition of saffron and cream

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  2. awesome cake...lovely

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  3. beautiful cake..im sure it will b tasting yumm

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  4. Thanks for recipe.. I tried it today.. It was actually yummy.. My mom and brother liked it very much.. Even my Boy friend keeps on praising about your cake.. And I am damn sure he is gonna like it.. My friends also liked a lot.. Once again Thanks a lot.. Good work it is helping me a lot as i am a starter..

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  5. hey gloria...thanks a lot :-) its really yummie we just love ur cakes and im really happy for u...God bless you always

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  6. Thanx a tonn everyone for such wonderful comments..Thank you Sangeeta for the feedback,Im glad they liked it..@Raquel thanx a lot dear for ur blessings and such beautiful words.

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  7. Ma fav....alwys loved it whenever its made at ur place during d feast....rhank U for d recipy

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  8. Lovely cake...

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  9. please post the recipe in cups measurement

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  10. Hi the milk measurement for this recipe is 1 cup or 1/2 cup....

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  11. It's 1/2 cup milk.. Will edit the post...

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  12. Hi Gloria... i want to try this cake but i dont have measuring scale so it will be nice of you if you tell me the cup mesurements... and could you post some more home made cake recipes not eggless i too love baking..GOD BLESS....

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    1. thank you ..will update the recipe in cups too .I have few more cake recipes http://pepperchilliandvanilla.blogspot.in/2013/12/date-and-walnut-cake.html & http://pepperchilliandvanilla.blogspot.in/2013/08/eggless-banana-walnut-cake.html .....few more with frosting & whipped cream ..I would love to call your name instead of referring you as anonymous..God Bless you too ..keep visiting for more recipes....

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  13. Hi what is the size of baking tin I need to use as I don't have load pan

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    1. I had used a 7 inch loaf tin ..you can use 6/7 inch baking tin

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