Monday, March 5, 2012

MAWA PISTACHIO BUNDT CAKE – EGGLESS RECIPE

     When i made this Gulab Jamuns using khoya I was searching for a recipe where khoya can be used. My search ended when i saw these cute mawa | khoya bundt cake in  US Masala blog and when i met Nags a few weeks back she gave me a bundt cake pan and i wanted to use that one. So for the first time i made a Eggless bundt cake with khoya and we all thoroughly enjoyed the taste and so as my friends too.
   Thanks for this wonderful recipe aipi.
mawa cake
METHOD:

ALL PURPOSE FLOUR 1 AND 1/4 CUP
SUGAR 1/2 CUP + 3 TBLSP
MAWA|KHOYA(UNSWEETENED) 1 CUP
MILK 1 AND 1/4 CUP + 2 TBLSP
BAKING POWDER 2 TSP
BAKING SODA 1/2 TSP
SAFFRON 3/4 TSP
PISTACHIOS 1/2 CUP + 2TBLSP(for garnish)
CARDAMOM 1/4 TSP
UNSALTED MELTED BUTTER 1/2 CUP
ALMOND SLICES FEW(for garnishing)
MAWA CAKE
  • Bring the khoya|mawa to room temperature.
  • In a blender, pulse it along with milk and butter without any lumps.
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  • Sieve the flour with baking soda and baking powder.
  • Soak the saffron in warm milk ( 2 tblsp of milk) for 15 mins.
  • Mix the khoya, milk mixture along with the sifted flour and blend it again in a blender along with sugar, pistachios, cardamom and soaked saffron.
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  • Grease the cake pan and transfer this cake mixture to the pan and bake it in a preheated oven for 25- 30 mins at 150 degrees.
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  • Garnish with the sliced pistachios and almond slices..
  • Insert a tooth pick and check out whether it is done or not.
  • Allow this to cool and after 10 mins carefully invert the pan and take out the cake.

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  • I used a silicon bundt pan , so i didn’t grease it before pouring the batter.
mawa cake
  • You can bake this in normal cake pan or even can bake as cute muffins too.
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42 comments:

  1. beautifully made wonderful cake looks gorgeous..

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  2. what a coincidence made a similar one just yesterday. yours look lovely.

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  3. Mawa cake is yummy.Craving for it.

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  4. Looks awesome....Cake using Mawa, pistachios and saffron...sounds very interesting...must've smelled heavenly.

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  5. how lovely! and i am so glad you like the pan, glad you are getting some use from it :)

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  6. Mawa cake has been on my to-do list since a long time.Unsweetened mawa is not easily available here so been postponing it.Love the pan too,I was crazy about(still am)bundt pans and love the way cakes turn out when baked in it.Bookmarked.

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  7. Looks so tempting....rich and yummy cake! Lovely pics too!

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  8. You know I baked mawa cupcakes few months back. This cake looks divine with all the pistachios

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Super recipe and the clicks are so pretty! loved it :)

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  10. Nice recipe. new to me. kids luv this :)

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  11. very nice jeyshree....looks awesome

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  12. very new to me jeya....i love pista very much..never had...nice presentation and click!

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  13. Sounds interesting and new

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  14. delicious n yummy rich cake

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  15. wow...
    looks delectable jeya :)

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  16. Rich and delicious cake..

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  17. Like the filling, dense and yum cake!

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  18. Looks so delicious and inviting... Loved the dense texture...

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  19. yummy recipe..Perfectly made

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  20. this is new to and loved it totally..cake looks so yummy..bookmarked!!
    Spicy-Aroma

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  21. Absolutely stunning mawa cake jeyashri, the color of the bundt cake pan is so bright and pretty.

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  22. Such a lovely cake! Looks really attractive and delicious.

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  23. That looks so rich, dense and tasty.

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  24. ahh what a tempting cake varity.looks great.......

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  25. khoya cake is looking delicious. because of khoya it will be dense but I am sure it will taste great. I ll try when i get chance
    SPICE UP THE CURRY

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  26. wow, fabulous cake, very interesting one..lovely clicks :)

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  27. I have pistas waiting on my dinner table...Definitely i m going to try this cake from u pista guys..Nic click,jayashri

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  28. Innovative n delicious slice..yummmY!!
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    Erivum Puliyum

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  29. gorgeous cake... looks like a celebration cake...

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  30. Looks so tempting and delicious cake perfectly baked.

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  31. Looks superb, very beautifully clicked.

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  32. Perfectly baked cake, that too eggless! Looks so inviting...beautifully presented! :)

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  33. WOw...thats a wonderful cake...loved those main ingredients :))))

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  34. WOw...thats a wonderful cake...loved those main ingredients :))))

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  35. This is such a wonderful recipe! Indian flavors with Khoya and cardamom - Ah ~ I can smell the aroma right here! :-) Its eggless and with minimum butter, I cant wait to try it!

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  36. Cake looks gorgeous,wish ya happy weekend :)

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  37. This looks soo lovely .. Cant believe I never came across your blog before. Glad to be a follower now.. :)

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  38. Hi Jeyashri,

    Can this cake be made in a regular tin and not a bundt tin?

    Regards,
    Sulekha

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    1. Yes you can bake in normal tin too

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