Many of us have tried our hands at baking something during the lockdown. But most of our recipes have primarily revolved around chocolate and vanilla cakes. So what if we tell you that you can bake a cake that’s combined with another dessert? Wondering what it is? We are here to reveal just that.
Presenting to you an interesting recipe by chef Vineet Bhatia — custard cake. This cake is not only delicious, but is also an interesting take on your traditional custard recipes.
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Custard Cake #cookingwithvb 2 cups self-raising flour 250 g unsalted butter, soft at room temperature 1 tsp cardamom powder 1 tsp nutmeg powder 2 cups caster sugar 3 large eggs 3/4 cup custard powder 1 cup full fat milk Put all the ingredients in a large mixing bowl & mix well. Pour into round greased baking tin and place in a preheated oven at 169c fir 1 hour. Check cake with skewer in the centre of the cake. If it comes out moist, then it might need another 5-8 minutes to cook. Once the cake is cooked , let it rest for 15 minutes to cool down, this will help you to slice the cake easily & wont break. . #homequarantine #kitchenquarantine #rasoitimewithVB #vineat #cheftraveller #chefvineet #chefslife #vineetbhatia #globalbritIndian #homecooking #michelinstar #chefvineet #foodie #foodart #indian #art #foodphotography #food #Foodstagram #foodpics #chef #TogetherAtHome #VibeTogether #GoCorona #custardcake #custardpowder #custardtart @chefstalk
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2 cups – Self-raising flour
250g – Unsalted butter (at room temperature)
1tsp – Cardamom powder
1tsp – Nutmeg powder
2 cups – Caster sugar
3 – Large eggs
3/4 cup – Custard powder
1 cup – Full fat milk
*Put all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.
*Pour the batter into a greased baking tin and place in a preheated oven at 169 C for one hour.
*After an hour, insert a skewer to check if it is cooked or not. If it comes out moist, then continue heating for another five-eight minutes.
*Once the cake is cooked, let it rest for 15 minutes. This will help you to slice the cake easily.
Would you like to try some today?
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