Chocolate Mawa Cake/Burfi Mawa Cake

Chocolate Mawa Cake a soft fluffy and delicious cake which i tried as an experiment and it  was just amazing.
Had made some sweets for Diwali and wanted to post the chocolate layer mawa burfi but it didn't happen so we enjoyed some Burfi and I kept few to  make this cake.
So this cake is basically a makeover of leftover  ..In future if you have leftover Burfi or pedas do give this cake  a try ..
I'm sure you will love it..
I didn't want the chocolate to over power the mawa taste so i haven't added any more cocoa ..You can add more cocoa powder if you want it more chocolaty check notes  .

Ingredients
110 gm chocolate mawa burfi/khoya/evaporated milk solids
125 gm maida/refined flour
2 eggs
100 gm butter
100 gm sugar powdered
Milk powder 2 tbsp optional
Milk 1 tbsp
1 tsp baking powder.

Method

  • Grease a 7 inch cake pan and line it with parchment .
  • Preheat the oven oven for 10 minutes at 180 degree Celsius.
  • Sift maida/flour,baking powder and milk powder together.
  • In a bowl take butter sugar and mawa Burfi.
  • With a beater or whisk beat till mixture is fluffy and creamy.






  • Add one egg at a time and beat.
  • Add vanilla and beat .
  • Add in the sifted flour in 3 to 4 additions.
  • Add milk and mix well.
  • Pour the batter in cake pan and bake for 45 to 55 minutes or until skewer inserted comes out clean.




Enjoy it warm or cold  with a cup of coffee..

 Notes
I have used chocolate burfi which i made using mawa sugar and cocoa powder hence i have not added any cocoa to the cake,if you love the cake to be more chocolatey you can add 2 tbsp cocoa powder to the sifted flour
It may take around 45 to 55 or more than that to bake depending upon the oven temperature




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6 comments:

  1. wow.. that's a perfect slice,yummy!

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  2. Your cake looks very pretty and delicious and I love the way you present it. There is an optical illusion, maybe you intended it! At first glance it looks like the cake is so light it is floating on water and flowers (Gerbera?) look like they are too! All the very best from France, Sue

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by..Glad you liked it ..I was experimenting with my newly painted board πŸ˜€πŸ˜Š

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  3. I like this whole concept of using Mawa for this dancing in the air cake.Yum.

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  4. Such an amazing looking crumb... so soft!

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