Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe

Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe
I love to experiment chocolate cake recipes that too eggless so when I saw this recipe in PJ's site(link below) I quickly watsapped her asking few queries and the next day I baked this cake.Mittu loved it so much that she said to reserve few for her snack box too.

I loved the texture of this cake, not too moist not too dry perfect as a snack by itself or dipped with chocolate glaze, it tastes soo good.

I got this mini bundt mould from Popad Jammal and this is my first silicon full cake mould.

Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe

Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe

Preparation Time:15 mins | Baking Time : 15 mins | Makes:10 mini bundt cakes
Recipe Category: Cakes | Recipe Cuisine: Indian Reference: PJ

All purpose flour(Maida) - 1 cup
Cocoa powder- 3 tbsp
Powdered sugar- 3/4 cup
Instant coffee powder - 1 tsp
Vanilla Essence - 1/4 tsp(optional)
Curd 4 tbsp mixed in 1 cup water,whisked well
Baking soda- 1 tsp
Melted butter- 2 tbsp
Salt -a pinch

Method:

  1. Mix curd with water and whisk it well, then add vanilla essence and mix well.Measure and take maida in a bowl.
    How to makeEggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe - Step1
  2. Add coco powder and baking soda.
    How to make Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe - Step2
  3. Add instant coffee powder and whisk it well.Then add powdered sugar and mix well using a whisk.
    How to make Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe - Step3
  4. Melt butter, cool down then add it to buttermilk, then slowly add the dry ingredients in batches.Keep whisking.
    How to make Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe - Step4
  5. Whisk well so that there are no lumps.The batter will be very runny and will be in piurable consistency.Brush your baking tin / mould.I used my mini bundt silicon mould.Preheat oven at 180 deg C for 10mins.
    How to make Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe - Step5
  6. Pour till half of the stick in the middle.Place the mould on wirerack and bake for 12-15 mins.Cool down then demould.
    How to make Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe - Step6
Cool don then pour chocolate glaze and add sprinklers, enjoy!
Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe

My Notes:

  • It is just powdered not icing sugar. I just powdered normal sugar in mixie.
  • Pour glaze only after the cake cools down.
  • I love adding vanilla essence to all my chocolate cakes so added it, but its purely optional.
  • The orginal recipe calls for 1/2 cup powdered sugar but I felt sweet less so have mentioned a little more.
  • The cake tastes good even without the glaze but adding it takes it to new level :)
  • You can even bake this cake in a cake mold / loaf pan in that case it may take more time to bake may be 30-35mins.
  • Make sure to add melted butter only after it is cooled completely.And also whisk it well once added to buttermilk.
  • Using slightly thick buttermilk gives great texture.
  • My bundt mould is small so I got 10 mini bundt cakes.
Eggless Buttermilk Chocolate Cake Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

15 comments:

  1. Why bakingpowder is not been used? will be soft? and spongy?

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    1. You can try and see but nit sure of the timing........

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  3. Thank you Sharmi, very tempting and cute cakes. Your photo's are too tempting... the one showing the consistency is rocking...Your mould design and colour is so good. I am going to try soon. First I need to search the mould, I have silicon heart shaped mould but your bundt mould is really looking good, the cakes coming with center space.... very creative & attractive. Thank you again for making it so fast.

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  4. Sharmi, one doubt, instead of coffee powder shall we use Hershey's dark chocolate syrup/ chocolate syrup or only we must use coffee powder? 2. Slightly thick butter milk - we need to increase curd quantity - how much maximum level ? I mean curd 4 Tbsp for 1 cup water as per recipe, instead 6 or 8 Tbsp for 1 cup water - please clarify. I have homemade thick curd made out of Nandini Pure Cow Milk. (like Aavin milk in Tamil Nadu - Karnataka-Bangalore they named as Nandini)

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    1. 4 tbsp for 1 cup water will give a slightly thick buttermilk if your curd is thick....yes you can use homemade curd too thats what I did too....Yes you can use chocolate syrup instead of coffee powder or just skip it

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  5. What is your 1 cup measure in ml

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  6. Sharmi how did u prepare chocolate glaze?

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    1. I've given the link for chocolate glaze in the introduction itself.....

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    2. Oops I didn't check properly. Thanks for the response.

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  7. Hi Sharmi - I have tried this recipe and it came out very soft n spongy. Only change I have made is - added 1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp baking soda. Didn't prepare glaze. Even then we liked it. My son liked it very much. Thanks...

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  8. Can we use wheat instead of maida?

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    1. You can try and see but not really sure of the outcome

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