Thursday, October 25, 2012

Eggless Peach Cake ( Vegetarian)

I came across this eggless cake recipe yesterday, and I thought, this is quite interesting...
No eggs... And I thought, perhaps I can also change the butter to margarine instead. Making this cake, an eggless one, no cholestrol, and low-fat... How about that? A healthier choice for now???

I have used a 20cm cake tin to bake this cake. The texture of the cake while it was being baked, does not seems to be that pleasant. I was wondering, how would this cake turned out, since it's eggless plus using margarine...



Well, in fact, my worries are rather uncalled for, as this cake was suprisingly delicious!!!
Despite being eggless, the cake texture was quite good, you can get the crumbly cake texture, sweetness was just nice. And Mimi had a slice herself. She said it was yummy:-D
Here is the recipe as adapted from Alex Goh:

Ingredients:
(A)
200g butter
160g sugar (150g)
(B)
200g milk
1 tsp vanilla essence
(C)
240g plain flour
1 3/4 tsp baking powder

Method:
1. Cream (A) until light.
2. Add in (B) in graduation, whip till light and smooth.
3. Add in (C), mix well until well-blend.
4. Pour it into 20cm round mould.
5. Bake at 180C for 50 mins. Set aside to cool. (I use 200C)

Decorate as desired:)

Have fun!!!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Charmine, love how you deco this cake.
    It's simply so pretty:)
    mui..^^

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  2. I love your cooking ;-) this cake so yummy looking...

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  3. Looks so pretty and delicious! Alex Goh's recipes are always a winner!

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  4. Love the decoration! Eggless cakes are very popular in India and by the looks of it, you've nailed it!

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  5. Hi mui, thks for the compliment... :-D Just anyhow pipe the cream:-p

    Hi Nashreen, thank you. Hope you will find a recipe in here which you will like too:-D

    Hi Joyce, thanks!!1 Yes, Alex Goh's...anytime!!!

    Hi Anuja, thanks too! Glad that you think I have nailed the "cake". hehehe...

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  6. Hey thats so beautifully done! Peaches can make roses I didnt know that..

    I loved your recipe and will try it for sure ..
    you can also have a look at a unique kind of eggless cake on my blog ..
    You're most welcome :)

    http://tanu-triedntasted.blogspot.se/2012/05/kexbiscuit-cup-cakes-no-eggs.html

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  7. Hi,

    I bake tis cake 2 times and after baking it tends to break..the cake don't seems to be in a whole. It starts breaking into small pieces. Can I know y? I half the recipe to fit into a 6" round pan and also add in some Oreo to.it.

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