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Veg Steamed Recipes

With people turning health freaks day by day, their lifestyle and food preferences are also changing. It is not possible for everyone to buy healthy cooking ingredients that's when the method of cooking comes in scenario. Steaming and boiling are the healthiest cooking techniques to create quick, lighter dishes.

Steaming removes the need for cooking oil, which results in healthier meals. Also, it preserves the color and flavor of vegetables which in turn retains other nutrients. The best way to steam your food is of course to have a steamer at home. You don't need any other fancy equipment's in your kitchen.

Steamed Veg Breakfast Recipes:

Oats Idli:
Idli are fluffy, spongy savory cakes generally made using rice and lentils. They are a popular South Indian breakfast delicacy. Cutting some carbs from diet? Try replacing rice with oats to make healthy idli.

Poha Dhokla:
Try this no soak, no fermentation, and quick Dhokla recipe made using poha. Relish them with green chutney or garlic chutney.

Doodhi Muthia:
Muthia is a traditional Gujarati dish made using vegetable and different flours. The dumplings are steamed and then given a tempering with sesame seeds and mustard.

Steamed Veg Dumpling Recipes:

Vegetable Dumpling:
Vegetable dumpling or Dimsum, popularly known as momos are a popular street food in the Northern states of India. They are served with hot garlic or schezwan sauce.

Cottage Cheese Dumplings with Spinach Sauce:
Looking for a light and healthy dinner alternative? These cottage cheese dumpling are a perfect balance of textures – with soft paneer, crunchy cabbage and mushy potatoes. The creamy spinach sauce makes it a perfect platter.

Spinach Dumpling:
Does your kid hate leafy vegetables? Make these colorful spinach dumplings to make them eat some healthy greens.

Steamed Veg Main Course Recipes:

Palak Kofta Rice:
Koftas are balls made using different vegetables, dry fruits, cottage cheese, etc. They are generally deep fried in oil but, we have made a healthy version of palak kofta which are steamed and tossed in rice.

Cabbage Soya Koftas in Coriander Tomato Gravy
This gravy is a rich source of folic acid, while the unique koftas made of cabbage, soya granules and paneer is a treasure of fiber, protein and calcium.

Corn Panki:
Looking for a light dinner option? Make this popular Gujarati snack made using corn and semolina. It is steamed between banana leaves.

Lauki Kofta Curry:
Combine the ingredients for dumpling and put them to steam, simultaneously you can cook your gravy. Making cooking easier, this recipe is surely also, an amazing option for health freaks!



Veg Baked Recipes

Baking is an ancient art of cooking that uses dry heat in an enclosed space to cook food so that it retains its benefits and enhances the flavors. In common parlance, when one uses the term “Baking”, they refer to breads and desserts, but that is a myth because wide variety of vegetables, fruits and grains can be baked to make excellent dishes.

In the modern day, baking is usually done in an Oven. These ovens can either be electric ovens, wood or gas. Many of these modern day ovens also have tools for grilling and broiling inbuilt which are also cooking methods that require dry heat.

Advantages of baked food
Baking is considered to be one of the healthier cooking methods as it requires little or no oil. Due to this, the vegetables being baked retain their natural flavor as they get cooked in their own oil.

4 Tips to remember while baking

1. Time and temperature: The key thing to remember while baking is that the baking time and temperature will determine how your food will turn out. This will always depend on the size of your dish or its weight. For example if your dish is very dense and large, it will take longer to cook.

2. Pre-heating the oven: This simply means keeping your oven ready at the required temperature you want to cook your food at. Firstly, preheating your oven saves up on your actual cooking time as the oven is hot already. Secondly, a lot of times food is cooked unevenly due to uneven heating of the oven. To avoid such complications, pre-heating is a must.

3. Always make sure to use oven mittens or a thick folded cloth to remove the baked food out of the oven.

4. If you are baking breads, cookies or other desserts, make sure you allow it to rest before slicing or consuming. For example, cookies eaten straight from the oven will be soft and will lack the crunch and texture.

Here are a few baked vegetarian dishes that are super fun to make.

Baked sweet desserts

Craving for a lovely dessert post dinner or trying to serenade a loved a one? Try baking these scrumptious desserts. The variety of baked desserts is endless but one of the most loved one is a basic sponge cake. A springy, sweet, soft cake that can be molded into different shapes and can also be made in exciting flavors like a rich vanilla sponge cake, tropical Pineapple sponge cake and chocolate.

Choco Dip Cookies
A chocolate and vanilla cookie is loved by kids and adults alike. The buttery cookies are baked to perfection using a concoction of butter, condensed milk, sugar and flour. Serve it with warm milk, as a snack or a post dinner dessert, after all chocolate cookies never disappoint.

Eggless Marble Cake
This is a lusciously spongy cake with delicious aroma of condensed milk and vanilla, and is alternated with portions of rich dark chocolate cake.

Creamy Lemon Tarts
A creamy and delicious concoction of paneer, dahi, sugar and lemon which can either be eaten as lemon curd or a tart. The zingy and sweet dessert can be made even more fun with to eat by adding whipped cream or jelly on top.

Baked Cinnamon Pinwheels
This brilliant creation is buttery, soft and filled with cinnamon which is a beautiful spice in itself. You can eat this when you are tired of your usual desserts and it doesn’t even take up a lot of time. This amazing dessert is a kids and adult favorite vegetarian dessert recipe.

Healthy baked recipes
Ever had a craving for something junk but skipped out on it because it’s unhealthy? There are a lot of ways where you can get the same taste and still have it be healthy! You can bake brown bread to use for a sandwich or make Baked Chaklis for shaam ka nashta. Here are a few simple healthy baked recipes you can make to satiate your cravings.

Baked Vada Pav
A vada pav with a surprise! A soft bread roll filled with garlic chutney and a spicy potato to mixture to make the ultimate vada pav. It tastes delectable in every bite you take. Have it alone or invite some friends over but we are sure you will have no leftovers.

Whole Wheat Pizza Base recipe
A much healthier option than the store bought pizza base, this recipe takes less than 20 minutes to make. It is delectable, healthy and to have some fun, you can shape it into any shape you like. With only 2 minutes of actual hands-on work, this recipe is so addictive that you will never go back to the store bought bases.

Bread Samosa Recipe
Bread Samosa Recipe This samosa is made with brown bread and a potato mixture. Even though it takes a little time to bake, it is definitely worth the effort you put in. Savour these warm samosas green chutney, imli chutney or ketchup.

Indian Baked Recipes

A lot of people cook under the impression that Indian food does not require baking, which is not true at all! Till and Jowar Puris can be baked easily which makes it a much healthier recipe than the fried ones or you can go for the baked cheese rolls which oozes out cheese on eating. Here are few recipes that provide an Indian touch to your favorite food.

Ragi and Oat Crackers with Cucumber Dip
These crispy, light crackers are served with a cool cucumber dip and make for a perfect snack for the summers. It is also a very good way into making your kids eat healthy grains like Ragi and oats. Since they are easily stored, you can make a large batch at one time and store it in an airtight container.

Creamy spinach toast
A quick recipe that can be made anytime, either for Breakfast or as an evening snack. The creamy spinach, with the addition of simple ingredients like chopped onions and green chillies, lifts a simple toast bread to a delectable dish!

Baked Pav Bhaji Pasta
A street side favorite dish turned into a fusion Italian delicacy, it should be a must try on everyones list. This amazing dish is definitely a fan favorite and will leave your family and friends wanting for more.

Easy Veg Baked Recipes

So simple and yet so drool drool worthy, these recipes are so popular that you will never have enough of them. May be it be puff or a risotto, you will savour them in every bite.

Oven Baked Pumpkin Fries
These fries are a much healthier alternative to the regular fries we are so accustomed to eating. Made with pumpkin, which provides a sweet touch to the classic, they are tossed in olive oil and baked to perfection.

Bellpepper, Zucchini and Pesto Pizza
The pesto pizza sauce is a more garlicky and rustic one compared to the regular Pizza sauce. Combine it with some bell peppers, zucchini and cheese and you have a winner.

Homemade soft French bread recipe
This is a soft, fluffy bread that can be eaten alone, with jam and butter or with soups like Corn, Basil and Fusilli Soup. Once you make this, your kitchen will smell like the inside of a bakery and that smell is so addictive that you will want to back to it again and again.

Savoury Veg Bakes

There is not one person who does not like gorging on freshly baked savoury food. Whether it’s soft paneer in white sauce or a classic open corn toast, you will definitely not want to wait for them to cool before you dive in. You can try these new and exciting recipes for your next meal!

Baked Stuffed Capsicum
A rich, creamy risotto stuffed into a bell pepper to make you a one of a kind meal. Since it is so colorful and lusciously rich, it makes this dish a favorite for the kids.

Baked Vegetables with Creamy Coconut and Tomato Sauce
A perfect blend of tangy tomato sauce with hints of coconut makes eating vegetables far more exciting than usual. The addition of raisins (kismis) and cashews (kaju) adds a bit of sweetness and crunch to the already appetizing dish.

Khamiri Roti
Khamiri rotis are the Mughal’s answer to leavened flatbread. They are spongy, soft and extremely unique in taste as they have a slight tangy taste. You can have it with a sabzi like Lajjatdar paneer or make it into a kebab.



Microwave Veg Indian Recipes

Microwave cookery is cooking using electromagnetic waves in a microwave powered by electricity. Microwaves activates the water molecules of the food, causing heat by friction which cooks or reheats the food. It is a very quick and easy method of cooking. Cooking in microwave is clean and efficient, quick boiling and mixing, no fermenting, less oil consumption and shorter cooking time.

5 Basic tips for beginners while using microwave:

1. The foods will be hot after cooking, so use heat proof mittens while removing them.
2. If you are covering something with a lid, make sure to leave a portion uncovered, to let the steam pass.
3. Make sure any glass, plastic containers, you use are labeled 'microwave safe'.
4. Never operate a microwave if the door doesn't close or is broken.
5. Don't forget to read the instruction manual or recipe and follow the cooking time, temperature etc.

In this age of ready-to-eat meals and takeaway food joints, there are still many professionals who like to cook their own food after a long day at work but, are unable to spare time. This is when microwave acts like a life saver for them! Unfortunately, most people still use microwave to reheat food or just heat water for tea, coffee, melt butter/chocolate or just make popcorns. But, the appliance can do so much more! We have tried creating exciting Veg Indian recipes using a microwave, do try your hand at it!

Microwave Main Course Veg recipe:

Dal Fry:
Dal is a staple food of India. We consume varieties of lentils in our daily diet. This simple, healthy recipe can be easily cooked by any novice cook within minutes.

Baked Beans with Buttered Rice:
A continental version of our desi Rajma Chawal. Try this wholesome easy recipe for a quick meal.

Vegetable Biryani:
Who doesn't love Biryani? Serve this easy to make vegetable biryani with a bowl of raita and some papad!

Microwave Veg Subzi Recipes:

Baingan Bhurta :
A simple Punjabi recipe made using few basic ingredients. Sercve this subzi with roti or rotla.

Paneer Makhmali :
Paneer is a versatile ingredient and can be used to make a number of Indian Subzi, starter etc. Here , we have made a protein rich , creamy subzi using it.

Kadhai Khumbh Subzi :
Create this simple yet delicious Kadhai sabzi using a quick-fix tomato gravy and mushrooms. You can make any other kadhai sabzi by adding (other vegetables) or replacing (mushrooms)

Microwave Veg Snacks Recipes:

Khaman Dhokla :
Khaman Dhokla are traditional Gujarati snack made using fermented chana dal. We have created an instant version of this delicious tea time snack!

Moong Dal Khandvi:
Another Gujarati lip-smacking delicacy, try this melt in the mouth starter tempered with sesame seeds and grated coconut!

Cheese Sauce:
A quick fix for your hunger pangs, this multi purpose cheese sauce can be made within 5minutes and can be used to make a variety of dishes.

Masala Corn:
Something that makes us drool easily is the smell of buttered corn. Try this tastebuds tantalizing, flavorsome masala corn on cracker while watching a movie/sitcom marathon.



No Cooking Veg Indian Food, Cooking without Fire Surprise! Here are some mouth-watering recipes that will tempt you to make your own food even when you are in no mood to cook. Oh well, we tricked you here – these recipes require no cooking. Yet, believe us or not, some of them are sumptuous enough to be had as a Veg Indian meal. We have a collection of Indian recipes which are recipes without fire or dishes without fire.

Right from starters and salads, to the dessert, you can conjure up a whole meal without any cooking. These recipes are usually made with minimal ingredients, and can be made quickly and easily. Since they require no stovetop or oven cooking, even kids can participate in the process of churning out these delicacies. When making no-cooking recipes, usually we opt for ingredients like cheese, celery, carrots, cucumber, etc., which can be eaten raw. These ingredients, when coupled with the right spices, seasonings and garnishes, yield truly amazing dishes.

Quick No Cooking Veg Recipes

Italian Bhel Puri and Quick Bhakarwadi Chaat are inspiringly innovative, yet so simple that you can make them any time, as an evening snack or starter for a party. Guacamole, a Mexican dip made with avocadoes is also easy to make but has an enchanting creaminess and appetizing flavor that all will love. Serve it with nacho chips or strips of veggies. It is ideal to munch on when you are watching a movie or chatting with friends! Couple a sandwich such as the Cheese-N-Celery Sandwiches or the Schezwan Paneer Cold Sandwich with a milkshake such as the Oreo Milkshake to make a sumptuous meal that will appeal to young and old alike!

Quick No Cooking Heathy Juices

Kick start your day with this healthy Beetroot Carrot Juice or try the Calcium Booster or the all green Palak Kale Juice.

Quick, no-cooking recipes are not necessarily simple. They can be stunningly exotic and innovative too. Try the Pinwheel Sandwiches to get a taste of such innovativeness. Sweet and spicy with a very attractive appearance, this snack cum starter is made of flattened slices of bread layered with jam, cheese and green chutney, and rolled up into pinwheels. Slices of capsicum and olives add crunch and tang, making this sandwich a real tongue-tickler. For those with a sweet tooth, there are immensely satisfying choices like the Healthy No Bake Cookies, the Strawberry Yoghurt and the Fruit Tarts, which are guaranteed to bowl over the diners, age no bar!

As far as food goes, nothing is impossible. A little bit of know-how and lots of creativity will help you create boundless wonders, working around any kind of constraint. Don’t you now believe that it is possible to turn out a fabulous meal even without cooking?! If you loved these, you will also relish other such recipes on our website and app, so do check them out.

6 reasons to pick no-cooking recipes.

1. Kids can help in making the recipes as there is no risk of flame or oven cooking.
2. Can be made quickly and easily.
3. Use lesser ingredients compared to traditional recipes.
4. Recipes for kids and adults can be made without cooking.
5. Make Healthy Juices and Smoothies.
6. Enjoy Healthy Salads, Salad Dips and Raitas.




Shallow Fry Indian Veg Recipes

Cooking is an art and requires a set of method to prepare and cook food. The texture of final product largely depends upon the method of cooking. It is extremely important to understand different cooking techniques which will help you master any recipe. There are many cooking methods like Boiling, braising, poaching, blanching, frying etc

Frying is divided into two basic categories, deep and shallow. In deep frying, the food product is immersed in oil whereas in shallow frying it is just covered 1/3rd in height. Shallow frying is a healthier method than deep frying. Always keep a paper towel to drain excess oil post frying. Try consuming food immediately after cooking because they generally turn soggy if kept for a longer period of time. Enjoy our collection of Indian Shallow Fry Veg recipes.

Shallow Fried Tikki Recipes:

Tikki's are patty made by combining together different ingredients along with some binding agents like soaked bread or flour and cooked. They can be turned into delicious chat by drizzling some curd and chutneys!

Aloo Tikki:
Aloo tikki is a famous street food from the Northern region of India. It is made using potatoes and other spices. It is generally served with chole , if served with ragda then it is known as ragda pattice.

Chana Dal and Cabbage Tikki :
The most famous combination that can be made into dal or paratha, has been now given a tikki form. Try this diabetic friendly crispy tikki now!

Paneer Tikki:
A quick and easy protein rich, soft, melt in the mouth recipe. Go try your hands at this Paneer Tikki recipe.

Shallow Fried Cutlet Recipes:

Cutlet refers to a mixture of ingredients, combined and shaped into different forms. They can be baked or fried. They can be served as snacks with sauces or dips.

Brinjal Cutlet :
Often disliked by most people, brinjal has been combined with different vegetables to create an amazing tea time snack.

Cottage Cheese Cutlet:
Got some Jain friends coming over? Try these amzing Cottage cheese cutlet with colorful bellpeppers to surprise them!

Raw Banana Cutlet :
Substitute salt with rock salt and try these crunchy banana cutlet during your fasting days.

Shallow Fried Kebab Recipes:

The term Kebab is used to refer skewered, grilled vegetables, meat or cottage cheese and also Kebabs, various forms of patties, made with different ingredients like dals, vegetables and sometimes even dry fruits. They can be of different shapes and sizes depending upon the occasion to be served.

Badami Chandani Kebab:
Whether it's kebab or biryanis, Mughlai cuisine ranks on top of the list . Badami Chandani kebab are rich and creamy made using cottage cheese, cream, almonds and spices.

Corn Methi Kebab :
Keeping a track of your calories? Try these easy to make, healthy kebab for a light dinner.

Rajma Kebab:
Try these amazing, low fat, protein rich kebab for evening snack. If you don't want to worry about calories then try shaping them into a patty and make a bean burger out of it.

Top Recipes

Extremely soft koftas that melt in your mouth, dipped in a creamy tomato-flavoured gravy that soothes and cradles your taste buds, that is what the Malai Kofta Curry is! The mouth-melting koftas are made of fresh coconut and potatoes rather than the more common paneer-based koftas, and the gravy too is a class apart as it is neither bland nor too spicy, combining cream and tomato in a well-balanced proportion. Malai Kofta Curry tastes best when served with Butter Garlic Naan or Tandoori Roti and Jeera Rice .
chilli paneer recipe | restaurant style chilli paneer recipe | Indo-Chinese chilli paneer recipe | with 32 amazing images. chilli paneer is a restaurant style chilli paneer recipe which is an Indo-Chinese chilli paneer recipe. chilli paneer is an Indo-Chinese starter recipe which is simply made by batter-coating and deep-frying paneer cubes which are further tossed with green chillies and spring onions and oriental sauces to make this really scrumptious treat. Serve restaurant style chilli paneer recipe as a starter or as an accompaniment to the main course. restaurant style chilli recipe has managed to gets its name on the menu of every Indian Chinese restaurant. Making restaurant style chilli paneer recipe at home is healthy and efficient and also we have not used MSG for preparing it. Use a wok for Chinese food always. chilli paneer can be made dry as well as with gravy, here we have shared chilli paneer recipe which is restaurant style. Paneer chilli is loved by my family whenever I make hakka noodles or Chinese fried rice at home. I can assure you once you make it at home, you will forget ordering or going out to the restaurants for chilli paneer. Make sure to cook the Indo-Chinese chilli paneer recipe on a high flame all the time or it might lose its crunch. Also, you can shallow fry the paneer, if you do not wish to deep fry it. Fry paneer on high flame or it will get hard, any chewy. The Chilli Paneer Stir-Fry gets its attractive flavour from a combination of vinegar and oriental sauces like chilli and soya. Make sure you use fresh and succulent paneer to make this dish, so that it remains soft and not chewy after deep-frying. Learn to make chilli paneer recipe | restaurant style chilli paneer recipe | Indo-Chinese chilli paneer recipe | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
Like idlis and dosas, Sambhar is also an all-time favourite that is almost synonymous with South Indian food! From the smallest roadside hotel to the classiest Indian restaurants around the globe, ‘idli, Vada, Sambhar’ is a very popular breakfast combo! So, here is how to make the perfect Sambhar to match the perfect Idlis / Dosas / Appe . Loaded with vegetables and dal, this flavourful side-dish is very sumptuous and tasty, leaving no doubt about why it is so popular. You can relish it not just with the innumerable South Indian snacks and Breakfast dishes, but also with a plain bowl of hot rice topped with a dollop of ghee or laced with til oil. The best part about Sambhar is that, while it tastes best when hot, it is quite enjoyable even after a few hours, so it can be carried to work, or prepared in advance on a busy day.
achari paneer recipe | Punjabi achari paneer | restaurant style achari paneer | healthy achari paneer | with 19 amazing images. achari paneer recipe is also called Punjabi achari paneer and we made it restaurant style achari paneer. This is an Indian curry made of cottage cheese (paneer), onions, curds and lots of spices. Paneer is the most commonly consumed source of protein for vegetarians. Due to its bland flavour and ability to absorb any flavour as in this Punjabi achari paneer recipe. Achari paneer is an aromatic accompaniment, which imbibes its flavour from a mixture of seeds used in the seasoning. Preparation for achari paneer takes no time and can be prepared in a jiffy. The restaurant style achari paneer is so easy and quick to make that you can include it to your everyday meal list. Achari paneer is made with pickling spices and is best relished with any Indian bread. The taste of the dish is tangy and pickly yet the dish is named as achari paneer, achar are usually tangy, sour and slightly spicy. Make this super easy, quick and lip-smacking Punjabi sabzi for weekend lunch or dinner. Use mustard oil if available as it would enhance the taste of our restaurant style achari paneer and give it the perfect desired flavor. We have added plain flour which prevents the curd added in the gravy from curdling. You can also use besan. See why we think this is a healthy achari paneer? Made from paneer which contains high quality protein and calcium which aids in weight loss. Since paneer is low in carbs and high in protein it gets digested slowly and hence good for diabetes. For diabetics, use low fat paneer. Serve restaurant style achari paneer hot with rotis or butter naan. Try other recipes like Achari Baingan or Chatakedar Paneer. Enjoy achari paneer recipe | Punjabi achari paneer | restaurant style achari paneer | healthy achari paneer | with detailed step by step recipe photos and video below.
modak | steamed modak | Ukadiche Modak for Ganesh Chaturthi recipe | modak made with mould | modak handmade recipe | with 20 amazing images. Here is the Modak recipe made of rice flour shells filled with a succulent mixture of jaggery and coconut. It’s Ganesh Chaturthi ! Time to make umpteen varieties of modak, Ganesha’s favourite. The authentic sweet filling on the inside of a modak (steamed modak) consists of freshly grated coconut and jaggery. Many people also use dry coconut with nuts and poppy seeds as well. Do not overcook the jaggery mixture, as it will harden once it has cooled. Ukadiche Modak which is steamed modak is specially made during the first day of Ganesh Chaturti to welcome him. While this mouth-watering modak delicacy is an inseparable part of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, you can try and make it more often as it is a tasty treat for the whole family, especially the young ones. Offering to Ganesha usually concludes with an offering of 11 or 21 Steamed handmade modaks. On Sankashti Chaturthi which occurs every month and Angarki Chaturthi, steamed modak is made as an offering to the lord. We also have the recipe of modak made with modak mould. Enjoy modak | steamed modak | Ukadiche Modak for Ganesh Chaturthi recipe | modak made with mould | modak handmade recipe with detailed step by step photos.
An all time favourite! The delicate flavour of corn makes this soup a favourite of many people. The vegetable soup variation adds a lot more nutrients. Enjoy this soup plain or spiked with chillies in vinegar.
moong dal khichdi | Gujarati moong dal khichdi | how to make yellow moong dal khichdi | with 8 amazing images. yellow moong dal and rice cooked together with peppercorns and flavoured with ghee, moong dal khichdi is a light and healthy meal despite the rich texture that the ghee and dal impart to it. moong dal khichdi is very popular as a comfort food. It is sure to soothe you and make you feel better when you are off colour, especially if you are down with a fever or stomach ache! Some important points i would like to share with you on moong dal khichdi recipe.1. Take a pressure cooker and add the dal to it. We have used moong dal, but many people use a combination of toor dal, green moong dal or masoor dal. 2.To increase the nutritive value, you can add a myriad of vegetables like peas, carrots, beans, onions to the khichdi. 3. It’s best to make the khichdi slightly mushy by adding little extra water while pressure cooking. 4. When pressure cooking the yellow moong dal khichdi don’t cook on high flame as the khichdi will get stuck at the bottom of the pressure cooker and give a burnt taste. So cook on a medium flame. 5. You can replace rice with broken wheat (lapsi or dalia) in this recipe to make it healthier. In many Gujarati houses, Friday is Gujarati moong dal khichdi day. Enjoy moong dal khichdi | Gujarati moong dal khichdi | how to make yellow moong dal khichdi with detailed step by step photos and video.
These rolls are a healthy version of frankies and make a complete meal by themselves. The chapatis have been made with whole wheat flour which is a good source of iron and fibre as compared to the usual plain flour (maida) rotis. The paneer and vegetable filling enriches these rolls with essential vitamins and minerals and the calcium packed marinade adds that extra 'zing' to this recipe.
eggless chocolate cake using microwave without condensed milk | Indian style eggless chocolate cake using microwave with sour cuds | with 20 amazing images. Indian’s love eggless cake recipes. Here we have eggless chocolate cake using microwave without condensed milk which is an Indian style eggless chocolate cake using microwave. Made from 7 basic ingredients like plain flour, sugar, butter, sour curds, cocoa powder and vanilla essence. A chocolate-based cake is the easiest way to flatter kids, and even adults for that matter. And, with this eggless chocolate cake using microwave without condensed milk it can be prepared very quickly. To make Indian style eggless chocolate cake using microwave with sour curds all you need to do is combine curd and baking soda in a bowl and keep aside. If not using homemade curd, buy Greek yogurt from market for best results. Further, sieve the plain flour and cocoa powder in a bowl and keep aside. Also, pour ¼ cup of water in a deep microwave safe bowl and microwave on high for 1 minute, add the melted butter and sugar and mix well. You can make use of full-fat milk instead of water to make the Indian style eggless chocolate cake using microwave with sour curds more rich but, ensure it is on room temperature as it emulsifies better. Add the plain flour mixture, curds-baking soda mixture and vanilla essence and mix lightly with a spatula till no lumps remain. Spoon the mixture into a 125 mm. (5") diameter greased, microwave safe dish and microwave on high for 4 minutes. Remove from the microwave and allow the cake to stand for approx. 5 minutes. Unmould and serve eggless chocolate cake using microwave without condensed milk immediately. Just make sure you use up the eggless chocolate cake using microwave without condensed milk immediately as it tends to dry up a little if left for a while – in which case, you can slice it, top it with ice-cream or custard, and a spoonful of fruits or dry fruits, to prepare a grand dessert! Learn to make eggless chocolate cake using microwave without condensed milk | Indian style eggless chocolate cake using microwave with sour curds | with detailed step by step photos below.
Oh, can’t imagine life without a basic sponge! Indeed, whether you want to make a simple cake, or an elaborate one for a special occasion, its success depends entirely on the Basic Sponge Cake. Here is a basic sponge recipe, which uses eggs. Its softness, and the rich flavour of vanilla are very enjoyable, and you will find this sponge suitable for plenty of marvelous creations. You can try these out - Tiramisu , Cassata , Cardamom Orange Cake , Fresh Fruit Gateau , Gateau Citronella .
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