soft sponge cake - pressure cooker





Author rekhanatarajan2002 Servings 0 persons
Published February 18, 2009 Cooking Time 1 hour
Is Veg Preparation Time 15 mins
Main Ingredient egg Standing Time mins

Description
We can make a sponge cake very soft and fluffy and without turn brown in pressure cooker.

Recipe of soft sponge cake - pressure cooker

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
cream of tartar  1 Teaspoons
Baking powder  1 Teaspoons
icing sugar  2 Cup
Eggs  3 Large
Maida / All-purpose flour  1 Cup
clear vanilla essence  5 ml
Milk  2 Teaspoons
Butter  1/4 Cup

Directions
Use 5l and above pressure cooker. Grease the (large cooker vessel )tin with butter and make a coat of flour. 1. Seperate egg yolks and whites. 2. Add cream of tartar and 2tsp of icing sugar to egg white and whisk until a soft peak is formed. 3. Sieve the flour with baking powder. 4. Beat the egg yolk with melted butter and essence. 5. Now add the remaining icing sugar amp; milk to the yolk and beat well. 6. Then add the flour to the yolk and beat faster until u see some bubbles coming out of the mixture. 7. Now add the the yolks to the whites and fold the batter slowlly.(do not beat) 8. Now pour hte batter in the tin. 9. pour water (around 4 cups of water) in the pressure cooker and heat pressure for 5 min. 10. Place the cooker whole plate at the bottom and then place the cake tin over it and close the tin with smaller cooker vessel and pour 1cup water in it. 11. close cooker and bake for 15 min (do not put cooker weight). make the steam to escape. After the steam comes down then open the cooker and see whether the cake is baked fully by inserting a fork in the middle. If the fork comes out clean the cake is baked or else again pour some water the cooker and bake for another 10 min. Take care that no water enters the cake batter. the cake will be soft, fluffy, and the whole cake will be in yellow colour(without turnning brown)
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