Savoury vegetable cake

I was intending to bake a savoury version of a cake for a very long time. As I always try to make my cakes healthy and of low calories, I wanted my savoury cake to be the same so that we could have a healthy guilt free and delicious snack. And therefore I have incorporated the multigrain atta which contains barley, ragi, soya along with a large proportion of wheat flour. I have found this atta really ideal for baking purposes . The cake has a lovely spongy texture.

And then the addition of vegetables of your choice makes it more healthier. You could use corn , red and yellow bell peppers, mushrooms, peas etc. I am sure the kids would love it as well as the grown ups too!!!

I am sending this to Kids delight at spicing your life as the theme this time is Snacks.


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Savoury vegetable cake
Course breakfast
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course breakfast
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Heat the butter in a pan. Add the chopped vegetables and saute till they become tender, but remains crisp. Keep it aside.
  2. Now beat the eggs and combine with sugar followed by milk and them oil. Combine the other dry ingredients together (flour. baking powder, Soda, Cumin pepper powder, mixed herbs, Salt, red chilly flakes) Mix the wet and dry ingredients together till you get a uniform batter. Now fold in the sauteed vegetables.
  3. Pour this in a greased and floured cake pan. Bake the cake in a preheated oven at 160c for 35 minutes.
  4. Slice the cake and serve warm with tomato ketchup or chilly sauce. You can store the cake in refrigerator for 2-3 days. Microwave for 20 seconds before serving.
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44 thoughts on “Savoury vegetable cake”

  1. I love the multi grain atta too..never tried baking a savoury cake..might taste yum with ketchup no..slurrp:)

  2. This savory cake looks and sounds just perfect ! I love that you used multigrain atta for this and this cake has a lovely texture…

  3. @priya narasimhan-I have not tried substitutions,but you can try substituting with flax seeds powder or yogurt…

  4. I too use the multigrain atta in baking a lot. The cake has a beautiful texture and makes a good snack with tea.

  5. Oh, looks so fluffy and yummy! Haven’t taken any savory cakes lately! Such a fabulous recipe. Thanks for sharing.Have a nice day!Cheers, Kristy

  6. can u write how to make this savoury cake without eggs. would love to try out this, but my kids has allergy to eggs

  7. @Deepak- I have not tried this one without eggs..but will surely come back with an eggless version soon..Thanks a lot for viewing

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