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Enjoy Parsi Mawa Cake with this chef special recipe

Chef Anahita Dhondy, who recently turned author with her cookbook The Parsi Kitchen, shared this simple, tasty recipe!

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
October 14, 2021 3:50:46 pm
mawa cakeTry this easy recipe of Mawa Cake from chef Anahita Dhondy. (Source: Anahita Dhondy/Instagram)

The delectable Parsi Mawa Cake — a scrumptious tea-time accompaniment — is found in various cafes in the country. But how about whipping up one at home today?

So if you have put on your chef’s hat, here is a simple recipe from chef Anahita Dhondy who recently turned author with her book The Parsi Kitchen.

“The recipe is easy and absolutely delicious. You won’t find a better Mawa Cake and I can guarantee you that. Just make sure to use fresh and good quality khoya,” she said in an Instagram post.

She also shared how it is a “traditional recipe made in Irani cafes in Mumbai – B. Merwan is most famous and usually sells out very early in the morning“.



Here’s how to make it at home.

“The ingredients for the perfect – rich – spongy – delicious Mawa Cake,” she shared.


1⅓ cup – Flour
1 cup – Butter
2 cups – Icing sugar
½ cup – Milk
5 – Eggs
½ capful – Vanilla
250g – Fresh mawa or khoya (get it from your halwai or mithai shop)
1 tsp – Baking powder


*Whisk butter and sugar well. Add eggs.
*Now, add maida, baking powder and mawa.
*Mix well. In a silicon sheet with the correct shape, fill them and bake at 180C for 15 minutes.
*Cool, and store in an airtight container.

Would you try this recipe?

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