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Monday, December 10, 2007
I should really thank my friend Kalyani. I learnt no. of recipes and cooking tips from her. I share almost everything with her. In the conversation she suggests me why cant you try like this like that ... I benefited so much from her. Thank You Kalyani.
It is very easy to prepare. The only thing you need to have a oven. It is just mixing all the ingredients one by one and baking. Very simple to make ... isn't it? Try it.
Learnt From: My friend Kalyani
Makes: 8 pieces of that size. You can make big or small.
Eggs --- 3 ( 2/3 cup)
Butter --- 1 stick (2/3 cup after melting)
Sugar --- 2/3 cup
Maida / All purpose flour --- 2/3 cup
Baking powder --- a pinch
Vanilla extract /essence --- 2 drops
Break 3 eggs.
Beat the eggs finely with beater or with a spoon.
Melt a butter stick. Add that melted butter to the beaten eggs.
Add Maida flour and a pinch of baking powder.
Finally add 2 drops of vanilla essence.
If you have anything inside the oven … remove all of them.
Pre-heat oven at 375 degrees fahrenheit and bake.
In the meanwhile, grease the cake pan with ghee or butter.
Pour the batter on it.
When the oven is at bake and 375 degrees heat (when the red light of the oven turn off), place the cake pan in which you have poured the batter on the bottom grill of the oven.
Keep it for 12-15 minutes.
When you insert a knife to the cake it should come out clean without sticking any batter to it. The cleaned knife is the indication that the cake baked properly.
Remove the cake pan carefully from the oven.
Place a plate reversely on the cake pan … hold cake pan and plate both of the edges with two hands and do upside down.
The bottom of the cake falls on the top.
Reverse the cake gently.
Cut the cake according to your choice.