Recipe- Eggless Choco Vanilla Marble Cake

Eggless Choco Vanilla Marble Cake


All Purpose Flour (Maida) 1.25 cup 
Milk Powder 1 cup 
Salt 1 pinch 
Edible Soda powder 1 pinch
Baking Powder 1.25 tsp 
Milk 1 cup 
Malai 1 cup 
Sugar 0.75 cup 
Riped Banana 1 small (grated)
Vanilla Essence 1 tsp
Choco Powder 3 tbsp
  • Preheat the oven at 190°C.
  • Grease the baking dish with oil or butter.
  • Take a deep big bowl add malai, sugar and grated banana.
  • Beat well only in one direction for atleast 5 minutes (or until the texture is very smooth). 
  • Sieve Maida + Milk Powder + Salt + Edible Soda + Baking Powder for 3 times. 
  • Add the dry mixture in small batches to Malai and sugar mix. 
  • Now keep adding milk in small quantities and beat well in one direction until it achieves ribbon like consistency.
  • Add vanila essence and mix.
  • Now pour half of the batter to the greased baking dish and tap 1-2 times so that batter sets in a level.
  • Add 2-3 tbsp dark choco powder to the other half of the batter and mix well (do not beat too much).
  • Pour this choco batter over the vanilla batter.
  • Take a fork and swirl it few times in the batter but don’t over do this as the purpose is not to mix both batters but to add layers of flavors.
  • Keep the dish in preheated oven and bake it for 30 minutes at 180°C.
  • Check with the help of knife or tooth pick, if not baked keep it for another 5-10 minutes.
  • When done let it cool for 5 minutes then remove from the tin and let it cool on wired rack.
  • Cut when cool enough.
Be gentle when you swirl both flavors with fork.
Cut in to slices and serve with a scoop of vanilla or chocolate ice cream.

You can top the cake with chocolate sauce as well.
You can substitute malai with 1 stick (100gm) butter or vegetable shortening.
Make sure your baking powder is not too old otherwise cake will not rise well. 
Keep the preheated oven and greased baking dish ready before proceeding for cake.
Pour cake better immediately in dish and dish in the preheated oven.
Do not let cake batter stand outside of oven for long, it may result hard cake.
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