Monday, May 2, 2011

Dates Cake


Ingredients:
  • Egg 3
  • Dates 2 cup
  • Sugar 1 cup
  • Milk1/4 cup
  • Veg oil 1 cup
  • Baking soda 1/2 Tsp
  • Baking powder 1 Tsp
  • All purpose flour 2 cup
  • Vanilla essence 1 Tsp
  • Cashew nuts (optional)
  • Water
Soak the seedless dates in little water for 15 mins and grind it with  milk. Keep it aside. Add baking powder and baking soda into the flour and sieve it. Beat the sugar and egg well. Then pour oil into this and mix it. Combine together flour, egg mixture and vanilla essence. Finally add the grounded dates and chopped nuts (optional). Pour this batter into a greased pan and bake it for 40 to 45 mins at 190 deg C.

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50 comments:

  1. Wow loved the texture of ur cake...with dates yummmy!

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  2. wonderful job a favourite type of cake yummy

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  3. What a great texture and flavorful cake... Tempting clicks...

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  4. Delicious cake. I have been longing to make these for quite sometime. now your post is tempting me too much. Will do it asap :)

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  5. Amazing dear....it just shows ur kaipunyam everytime u upload a recipe....cake look so temptg...nice click

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  6. that looks super duper moist.shall try it sometime

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  7. Cake looks so soft and tasty. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. Looks gorgeous... I bet the taste is also likewise...

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  9. Looks awesome...and must have tasted superb...

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  10. Cake looks awesome and super texture too.

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  11. Cake looks super moist,spongy with wonderful texture,simply awesome..

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  12. Lovely texture dear,delicious and moist cake

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  13. OMG, that is a beautiful looking cake...!

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  14. Lovely Click for such a Tempting Cake....

    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  15. WOW! Gorgeous Picture! Super soft and moist cake!!

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  16. Moist cake..love dates cake..

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  17. looks soft ...marvellous cake with dates tina..elegant click too..

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  18. The cake looks fluffy & inviting!! i have a packet of dates lying in the fridge for sometime....this seems to be a good way of using them!!

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  19. wow....
    cake looks wonderful dear...
    lovely clicks :)

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  20. Wat a tempting and delicious cake,pls pass a peace...

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  21. looks soft and moist... love dates and love cakes....

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  22. wow owow..Tina ethu adipoli da, dates enikenthu ishtama neno, i shall try this soon ketto

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  23. wonderful cake...adipoli....

    there some awards for you on my blog...please collect

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  24. wow..superb cake tina..loved it...

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  25. looks awesome...lovely clicks..glad to follow u :)

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  26. Wow...that's an awesome cake...love the date flavour....cake looks super moist and yum...

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  27. teenu.. i had made this before with butter, nt with oil.. i wl try this soon.. :)

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  28. That looks like a total WOW recipe. Did I tell you how much I love looking at your appetizing pictures..?!!

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  29. kanubozhe ariyam athinte taste..loving the texture

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  30. Yummi..
    I want it to taste.. please send one piece to me.
    3

    Komal

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  31. OOH.. This sound so simple.. love the clicks..

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  32. Hey, I just tried this cake now..Came out really good...my son and husband enjoyed it a lot too..Keep up the great work!!!

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  33. lovely cake and wonderful texture... looks so moist.am going to try this one soon..

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  34. i love the snaps that you put along.And makes the dishes look even more enticing!

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  35. Hi ,
    I was trying baking for the first time and I preferred this recipe as it didn't need pre-heating. It came out very well.
    thanks a lot...
    My husband felt very happy..

    Anitha

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  36. Hi , Can i substitute "apples" instead of "dates" in this recipe..
    I had apples at home and wanted to try some cake with the same..
    thanks
    Anitha

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  37. Yes anitha... grate or chop the apple and mix it with the batter.

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  38. I tried this,its delicious...goes great with chocolate frosting....thankyou

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  39. Tina, is this 190 degree in OTG or convection...

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  40. what quantity of cashews should i add ? pls let me know

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    1. 1/4 cup of chopped cashews is enough..

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  41. can i add butter instead of oil if so what quantity of butter.Please let me know.

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    1. 1 cup of butter is enough for this cake...

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