Monday, June 29, 2009

sweet process...

Basic Cake Recipe
1 Cup- White Castor Sugar
1/2 Cup- Butter
2 -Eggs
2tsp- Vanilla Extract
1and 1/2 Cup- Flour
1 and 3/4 tsp- Baking Powder
1/2 Cup - Milk

* Preheat oven to 175 degrees C/300 degrees F
* Grease cake tin
* Cream together sugar and butter, add beaten eggs slowly.
* Add vanilla extract.
* Combine Flour and baking powder seperately and mix well with the wet mixture.
* Add milk.
* Pour in the greased tin and bake for 30-40 mins until a needle inserted in the cake comes out clean.

Do bake and enjoy the smell lingering in the house in the afternoon!( I decorated it with some chocolate chips)





24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi arch

looks yummy. Will try this recipe.

Cheers
Divya

kavitha said...

wow that looks yummy....
i really miss baking. cant wait for my ne kitchen and oven :)
since u seem to love baking i'll email u my favorite recipe. its an eggless date cake. its one that even people who dont like cakes couldnt have enough...

Aditi said...

Looks so tempting! I will try it.

Life Unscripted! said...

Looks yum yum...

Shalini said...

Thanks for the recipe. I liked seeing the process in photos!

sreenisreedharan said...

looks like kashi art cafe's banana cake!

Sophia Ali said...

Wow, I had my mouth watering...

priya said...

Hi Archana,

Thanks for posting the recipe..the cake looks delicious. Will try it very soon.

Sagar said...

Holy Moly! My god this is gorgeous!

Reva Garde said...

Wow, great photos and a good-looking cake! Where can I find chocolate chips in Bangalore?

megha punater said...

looks delicious,reminds me of my breakfast today (yup i hogged on cake this morning)
thanks for the recipe arch will try it out and take pics

Arch at Rang said...

Thanks all for the kind words:-)

Do try it:-)

bhumika said...

Shouldn't have seen this in office. Leaves me craving :P

Manasa said...

Looks yummy :) One piece for me :D

Shalu said...

Hi Archana,

I am feeling so inspired by you to start baking :)

I am planning to buy a oven. Could you please let me know which one you use?

-Shalu

Sai, VU2SGW said...

Yummy would like to try it.

Ammu said...

Just finished baking and tasting this amazing cake. It is really soft with the right amount of sugar. Thanks a lot for the recipe. I had to control the temperature a bit. I baked it first for 35 minutes at 300 F (i am in the US) and another 10 minutes at 325. It was perfect. :)

erin said...

how funny, i just did this exact same recipe yesterday evening- but covered with strawberry jam. :) xo

Philippine Real Estate said...

That’s definitely the best photo processed cake I’ve ever seen… the cake is gone! No more cake left on the plate. I’d better bake this recipe you shared with us.

mining jobs said...

I would be delighted to try this recipe. Thank you very much.

Employment Australia said...

Those images are a teaser… mouthwatering I’ll call my granny to bake this for me.

Anonymous said...

Love your banner picture and the lovely coaster Arch!
And that looks delish!
Latha

asthma fabrics said...

This is so delicious! I wish I could have a taste of that cake.

work from home said...

Yummy! Very mouth watering.. Made me really hungry