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Eggless Date Walnut Cake

I found this Egg less Date Walnut Cake in the dessert section in Sify Food. I had slightly changed the proportions of the ingredients. This is the first cake that I baked even before the Banana Rava Cake. But posting the recipe bit late. The cake came out very well and I was happy about my first baking experience. Here is the egg less date cake recipe.

Eggless Date Walnut Cake
Eggless Date Walnut Cake

Ingredients:

Dates (seed removed): ½ cup
Sugar: ½ cup
Oil: ¼ cup
Chopped nuts: ½ cup
Yogut: 2 tbsp
Milk: ¼ cup
All purpose flour: 1 cup
Baking soda: 1 tsp
Cardamom powder: a pinch
Chocolate Chips: 2 tsp

Preparation Method:

  • Grind together dates, sugar, milk and yogurt into smooth paste.
  • Pour the paste in a mixing bowl and add oil.
  • Mix the oil with the date paste.
  • Mix the flour and the baking soda and sieve it.
  • Add this to the date paste along with the nuts and cardamom powder.
  • Mix the batter nicely till air starts getting in.
  • Preheat the oven at 350F.
  • Grease the baking dish with little oil and the flour.
  • Pour the batter in the cake mould and allow it to settle.
  • Spread the chocolate chips and nuts on the batter
  • Bake it at 350F for about 50 mins or till a knife inserted comes out clean.

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19 replies on “Eggless Date Walnut Cake”

Wow…. good to see so many looking at this wonderful recipe. Usually I am the first but looks like many beat me to it…. Another zinger from our Chef Anu!

Hey, ur Eggless Date Walnut Cake looks very yummy, tempt me to eat. Next I want u to try cookies. Early waiting for delicious cookies from ur blog.

Sterday I tried it out…It was very easy to make and yummy too…Balaji also liked it…Do post more eggless cakes 🙂

Glad that u liked the Banana rava cake 🙂 thanks for reminding me dear… it has been days since I baked… will come up with a new entry 😉

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