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Sponge Cake Recipe, Maida flour Meetha , How To Make Sponge Cake Recipe

Sponge cake is a cake based on flour, sugar, and eggs, and is sometimes leavened with baking powder.

About Recipe

Maida flour methai, Maida flour inippu, Maida flour Misti

How to make SPONGE CAKE

(446 ratings)
138 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Maida flour
Servings : 6 persons
Published date : January 30, 2019

Ingredients used in SPONGE CAKE
• Eggs - 6 number.
• Flour - 1 cup.
• Sugar (powdered) - 1 cup.
• Baking powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Melted butter - 2 tablespoons.
• Baking sheet or silicon mat - 1 number.
  • Pre heat the oven to 375 degree farenheit for 15 minutes.
  • Seperate the egg whites from egg yolks and beat the egg whites in the mixer or whisk the whites with a whisktill the whites turn fluffy and stand. (if using mixer it will take 5 minutes to beat and if using whisk will take 20 minutes).
  • Mean while also whisk the yolks also seperately by flavoring with vanilla essence.
  • Take the flour, add the baking powder, salt to it and mix together(you can sieve it also if you want).
  • To the yolk, add the sugar and butter(optional) and mix it properly. Now take the yolk mixture and fold it in theegg white slowly and then slowly pour and fold the flour mixture and mix just once or twice.
  • Spread this mixture on the sprayed sheet and tap it little to spread evenly and bake it in the oven for 22 to 25minute at 375 degree farenheit until done check by putting a tooth pick or knife, then the cake comes out easily.

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Rajiv Kumar Posted on Tue Jul 11 2017

This recipe was amazing. I like this very much. Probably one of the best things I’ve made!

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Kelli Grim Posted on Wed Oct 12 2011

Please continue to show us your wonderful recipes, and ignore the rude comments. I have actually found that people who add rude coments are usually those who have a rival or instead of being generous and sharing for free they are trying to sell a coo

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Anita Kontuo Posted on Wed Dec 21 2011

love ur cooking i rep Ghana will be doing dis for my family dis xmas

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Raul Croes Posted on Fri Dec 30 2011

very nice video, thank you so much for sharing. I will give it a try.

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Aasim Mukhtar Posted on Sat Jan 07 2012

this look like sponge , feels like sponge but tastes great and you look like human speak like human but are a great person. thank you very much for this and all of your recipes. :-):-):-)

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Santhi Jay Posted on Wed Mar 21 2012

i tried this recepie ....but frankly what i felt is ,its more of egg smell....can u advice us how to avoid that smell

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Abi Kugan Posted on Sat Apr 07 2012

that didnt look like half a tsp of baking powder. looked more like a tbsp :S

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Adjani Gnanamuttu Posted on Sat Apr 14 2012

try vanilla essence? :/ but however i prefer the sponge cake recipe on joyofbaking's channel..

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tmoorewife Posted on Tue Apr 17 2012

i agree on how much baking powder was added but i also would like to know how much flour did he add the second time around?

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Daisy Koul Posted on Tue May 15 2012

very nice........ i like watching ur videos

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Nasrin Banu Umar Mukthar Posted on Thu Jun 21 2012

i like all ur recepies.....

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Kiwiswe Posted on Fri Sep 14 2012

Add vaneela essence or which ever flavour u like that will cover the smell of eggs

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