Monday, December 22, 2014

Parle G Biscuit Cake in Microwave | Microwave Biscuit Cake

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parleg biscuit cake
Few years ago,one of my aunt shared this recipe which she took it from a tupperware booklet.I was new to baking then and tried it immediately because of the simplicity of the recipe and I was really amazed by the texture of the cake .I had shared this recipe to my mom,mil and friends and everyone appreciated this cake as it is quite simple to prepare with very few ingredients available at pantry.This cake has been quite regular at my mom's place for her get togethers and kitty parties as this cake does not need oven and also the fact that it is eggless.All you need is a pack of parle-G biscuits ,a sachet of fruit salt and few basic ingredients from your pantry and you can prepare this cake in no time. I am sure many of you tried the instant version of biscuit cake in microwave.If you have not tried yet, I recommend you to try this simple biscuit recipe.It is the most easiest way to please your kids who demands for cakes with short notice.
biscuit cake

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Parle G Biscuit Cake Recipe :
makes an 8" cake | Author : Prathibha
Prep time: 5 mins | Cooking time: 4-5 mins | Total time: under 10 mins
Cuisine: Indian  | Category: Cakes/Bakes

Ingredients:
150 gms Parle G Biscuit packet
3 tbsp Cocoa powder
1/2 cup Sugar
1 1/2 cups Milk,approx
1 Eno fruit salt sachet, plain
2-3 tbsp chopped Dry fruits(almonds,cashew nuts etc)
Butter/Oil , to grease the pan
Cocoa powder or Icing sugar, for dusting

Method:
  • Chop dry fruits into small pieces and keep them aside.
  • Take a deep microwave bowl and grease it with butter or oil nicely and keep it ready.
  • Break biscuits into fine pieces and add cocoa powder, sugar to it and run it in the mixer to a fine powder.
  • Take milk in a bowl and add the ground powder to it and mix well.The mixture should be smooth,neither very thin nor very thick.
  • Add sliced almonds and cashewnuts to it and mix well.                                 
  • Add eno to it and give a quick stir, you will see a foamy batter ready.

  • Pour this batter into the greased bowl and level it off evenly.Sprinkle few more sliced almonds on top.Microwave it on HIGH for 4-5 mins.Check it after 4 mins, as the power differs for each microwave it is always better to check it in between.Insert a tooth pick and see if it comes out clean it is ready if it is slightly battery then again microwave it for a minute or more.Repeat the tooth pick test if needed.
  • Leave it undisturbed for 5 mins.Run a knife around the corner of the cake and unmould it on to a plate.Let the cake cool completely.
Serve the cake as it is  or you can even dust it with cocoa powder or Icing sugar or pour chocolate ganache on top of it.Decorate it as per your wish with color sprinkles,gems etc.

microwave biscuit cake

Notes:
  1. You can use combination of biscuits like Parle G and Hide and seek biscuits or use just plain Parle G biscuits.
  2. You can reduce the sugar to 1/3 cup if you like it mildly sweet.
  3. As the Microwave power differs for each microwave it is always better to check the cake in between.Insert a tooth pick and see if it comes out clean it is ready, if it is slightly battery then again microwave it for a minute or more.
  4. Checck out the chocolate ganache recipe if you want to cover the cake with it.You can even use ready whipped cream or chocolate icing or simply dust it with icing sugar or cocoa powder like how I did.
  5. You can easily keep this cake for 2-3 days at room temperature.
biscuit cake

biscuit cake

15 comments:

Divs said...

Fabulous! simple biscuits to really one awesome looking cake in just a few secs. Im a long time admirer of your blog. love your blog, esp your traditional karnataka and andhra recipes. keep up the great work!

Jeena suraj said...

Wonderful cake, Nice clicks...

Anonymous said...

Awesome and fabulous cake . Cool pics

Riji Ajay said...

Looking perfect dear.....

Archana Vasant said...

Is cocoa powder mandatory ?

Anonymous said...

Hey! What alternative can be used instead of eno?

jyoty yadav said...

I tried , it turned out very well, thx

Naazi said...

It started to boil. May be I had put chocolate cream biscuits. Could that be the reason ?

neha said...

what substitute can I use for eno?

Geeta Shiv said...

Sounds goods n looks yummy..... Will try

Geeta Shiv said...

Sounds goods n looks yummy..... Will try

Bani said...

A very easy way to make the cake. Stays fresh and looks yummy!!!

Astha joshi said...

baking powder 1 small spoon

Astha joshi said...

baking powder 1 small spoon

Meenakshi said...

Hi
Can i use othet flavou of eno (lemon)instead of plain flavour

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