Sunday, July 27, 2008

Lata's Eggless Mango Cake

After Shilpa's Eggless Date Cake became a favorite in my family, the Eggless Mango Cake recipe by Lata definitely caught my attention as a must-try. On my day off from work, I set off on my attempt...and I was not disappointed. A day-off put to good use :) Here is the recipe with minor modifications from Lata's version. Thanks, Lata, for sharing this recipe!

Ingredients Makes 2 medium-sized cakes

Note - For convenience, ingredients are shown in the order in which you would like to measure if you want to get done with one measuring cup. Instead of having to repeatedly clean and wipe dry the measuring cup.

Whole wheat flour - 2 cups
Skim milk powder - 1/2 cup (I use Sanalac brand)
Baking powder - 1 tsp
Baking soda - 1 tsp

White sugar - 1 cup
Mango pulp - 1.5 cup + few tbsps for garnishing, as per taste
Hot water - 1/4 cup
Fat-free Yogurt - 1/2 cup
Canola oil - 1/2 cup

Crushed pista or cashewnuts - 1/2 cup + few tbsps for garnishing, as per taste
  • Sift together the wheat flour, milk powder, baking powder, and baking soda.
  • Add crushed Pista or cashewnuts.
  • Blend together mango pulp, water, sugar, yogurt, and canola oil. Pour this into flour mixture and fold slowly to get a uniform mixture. Do not mix much as it will affect the softness of the cake.
  • Grease the baking pan with cooking spray or ghee or butter. Pour the above mixture into this greased pan.
  • Bake at 350 degrees Fahreinheit for about 45 mins. Poke a knife into the cake and pull it out. If the cake is done, the knife will come out clean.

Use some mango pulp and pista\cashewnut as garnishing. Even whipping cream will do as garnish! We loved it as-is :)


Red Chillies said...

Very nice recipe. I am on the lookout for eggless cake recipe and since this has mango, this will be on my to_try list.
Which milk powder did you use for this one?

Cynthia said...

I've never had a mango cake before, this is definitely worth trying.

sowmya said...

nice recipe..will try this have been wanting to try the date cake too!!

Rachel said...

Mango cake...that is so new to me..Looks so soft...

jayasree said...

Cake has come out well. Nice color.
Shilpa's dates cake is a regular at my home

Roma said...

Gosh! Looks awesome!

Anonymous said...

Eggless cake wow can't wait to try it . I have one question did you use the regular wheat flour which we use for roti. Thanks in advance.

SMN said...

This recipe looks nice so does the cake. will give it a try.

Sharmila said...

A good one .. and looks easy too. Loved your kalakand recipe too. :-)

Bhawana said...

I like to have such cakes with tea. wow feeling like having it with tea :)

Mansi Desai said...

looks nice Pragyan! I love mango cakes, and I posted one with streusel topping on my blog! try it next time, I think nuts and mangoes pair well together:)

Pragyan said...

Hi Red Chillies: This is the second eggless cake I tried and absolutely loved it! I used Sanalac Milk Powder (I get it mostly from Giant)

Hi Cynthia: Same here. I loved it best, warm fresh out of the oven!

Hi Sowmya: Hope you get to try this.

Hi Rachel: Yes, it was very soft and lovely color.

Hi Jayasree: Yep, color was the highligth apart from the taste! :)

Hi Roma: Thanks, dear!

Hi Anonymous: Yes, I used the regular wheat flour that we use for Roti. Isn't that so healthy? :)

Hi SMN: Thanks! Do try.

Hi Sharmila: Hey, thanks, dear!

Hi Bhawana: That's a great idea! Warm tea beckons! :)

Hi Mansi: Thanks, dear! Will definitely try your suggestion..that sounds delicious! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi, Good recipe. I just wanted to ask is Whole wheat flour also known as All purpose flour. Thanks

suma said...

Hi, I tried this out yesterday with whole wheat flour and it came out very well. thanks for a very good recipe! By the way,I reduced the amount of sugar to 3/4 cup.