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Jun 7, 2011

Eggless chocolate cake [using vinegar]

        While I hate adding butter to my cakes, I really don't mind eggs in the cake. So most of the cake recipes [except a few]that has been published here does not require butter.But when I saw the eggless version of chocolate cake  few years back here and later on in several different blogs, I was really interested in trying that one. I quite liked the texture when I saw the pictures of it and it looked quite moist too. I wanted to experiment on some egg substitutes and see the difference. Also some readers like their cake to be eggless.So I decided on trying this one when I wanted to bake a cake especially to use up the left over frosting after making my heart shaped anniversary cake. The cake turned out to be really delicious and the texture was simply great which I least expected with an eggless one. We love chocolate cakes like most people do and this one is so easy to put together.This  can be baked in a jiffy during the days when you crave for something chocolatey. As I had quite a lot of time that day, I also tried my hands on doing some patterns with pink icing I had. And I have done quite a fairly decent job. Don't you think so??

eggless chocolate cake using vinegar
Recipe courtesy-  Priya's kitchen
eggless chocolate cake using vinegar
Ingredients-
Dry
All purpose flour- 3 cups
Cocoa powder- 6tbsp
Baking soda- 2tsp
Salt-1/2tsp

Wet
Water-2 cups
Sugar-2cups
Vanilla- 1tsp
Vinegar-2tsp
Oil-1/2 cup
eggless chocolate cake using vinegar
Method-
    Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl and keep aside. Then combine the wet ingredients in a large bowl. Add the dry ingredients mixture into the wet mixture. Mix thoroughly till you get the uniform batter.
[You can also mix the baking soda and vinegar seperately and add it to the batter]
  Pour the batter in a well greased and floured cake tin. Bake at 180c for 35 minutes.
eggless chocolate cake using vinegar
Cool the cake in the pan and then turn it over a serving plate. Slice when it is completely cool.

20 comments:

divya said...

Wow !! Awesome recipe.

notyet100 said...

i had baked this when advay was craving for chocolate cake,even we luved it,ur icing looks too good,...)

notyet100 said...

luv the new look of ur blog specially the header

Cham said...

Oh gal the pink pattern is very pretty on the choco cake. The eggless piece is very moist!

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Sowmya
I have never used vinegar in my cakes. Definitely sounds new to me
Looks very good

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Hari Chandana said...

OMG!!.. looks soo tempting and perfect.. mouth watering pictures dear.. thanks for the awesome recipe :)
Indian Cuisine

Prathibha said...

wow...nice baked chocolate cake...looks yummy n nice decoration too

Plateful said...

Beautiful decoration and this cake looks absolutely yummy!!

Priya said...

Love that frosting and pink pattern,cake looks wonderful,believe me or not,i prepared a bread with strawberry using vinegar..will post mine soon..

Jayashree said...

You've done more than a decent job.....you've done a brilliant job.

Ramya Bala said...

yeah i have even seen vinegar in chocolate cakes in many blogs :) u have done a very gd job :)the cake looks awesome

jeyashrisuresh said...

thats a perfectly made cake.looking very nice too

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Beautiful cake and love the pink icing on the top.

Now Serving said...

looks absolutely divine!

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow,t hat's new. Never heard of adding vinegar in cake. How does it help, do you know?

Shri said...

Sinful...Love the pink decoration...

Aruna Manikandan said...

looks gr8 dear...
love to have a slice :)

reg. the curry - Haven't tried shallow fry , I think we can do

Priti said...

Looks so gud ...love the design dear ...yummy cake

Sunanda said...

OMG!! Sowmya, Cake looks so delectable. want to have a bite rite now dear..love the icing on it..
Sunanda's Kitchen

DEESHA said...

Cake looks gorgeous

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