Eggless & Buterless Cakes, Biscuits & Muffins

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  1. kalpana

    kalpana Junior IL'ite

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    Hi Mano,
    Do you know how to make eggless cakes, biscuits & muffins- white sponge preferred

    thanks in advance.

    regards,
    Kalpana.
     
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  2. meenaprakash

    meenaprakash Silver IL'ite

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    Tangy Paneer Biscuits

    Ingredients :

    Paneer - 100 gm
    salted round biscuits - 35
    capsicum - 1-2
    spring onion bulbs, sliced into rounds - 8


    For the Hot Garlic Sauce :

    tomato sauce - 1 tbsp
    garlic paste - 2 tsp
    chilli powder - 1 1/2 tsp
    soya sauce - 1 tsp
    Green chillii - deseeded, and chopped fine

    Mix all the above ingredients together in a small heavy bottomed pan.
    Keep stirring over medium heat till mixture thickens. Remove from heat and keep aside to cool.


    Method :

    Cut the paneer into 1 cm square slices.
    Cut the capsicum into small triangles.

    Arrange a panner square over each biscuit. top with a slice of spring onion and finish with a capsicum triangle. spoon a little of the prepared hot garlic sauce over it and serve.

    NOte : cut paneer into diff shapes - hearts, triangle, round, etc.
     
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  3. devs_21

    devs_21 New IL'ite

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    Curry Puff

    Some say the Curry Puff was inspired by the Indian samosa, others say it was inspired by English Cornish pastries.
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    <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>200 <TD vAlign=top>g plain flour <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>100 <TD vAlign=top>ml water, mixed with <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>1/4 <TD vAlign=top>teaspoon salt <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>1 <TD vAlign=top>tablespoon shortening or margarine <TD vAlign=top align=left colSpan=3>For oil dough


    <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>100 <TD vAlign=top>g plain flour <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>75 <TD vAlign=top>g margarine or shortening <TD vAlign=top align=left colSpan=3>For filling


    <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>220 <TD vAlign=top>g potatoes (cubed) <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>100 <TD vAlign=top>g big onions (cubed) <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>2 <TD vAlign=top>tablespoons curry powder <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>1 <TD vAlign=top>tablespoon fried chili paste (chilli boh) <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>1 <TD vAlign=top>sprig curry leaves (optional) <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>1 <TD vAlign=top>tablespoon oyster sauce <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right><TD vAlign=top>salt, to taste <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right><TD vAlign=top>sugar, to taste <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right><TD vAlign=top>light soy sauce, to taste <TD class=amt vAlign=top noWrap align=right>1 <TD vAlign=top>dash pepper

    1. To make WATER DOUGH, place flour in a mixing bowl.
    2. Rub in shortening and add in the water.
    3. Knead into a smooth dough and leave aside to rest for 10 minutes.
    4. Divide into 12 equal portions.
    5. To make OIL DOUGH, rub shortening or margarine into the flour to form an oily dough.
    6. Divide into 12 equal portions.
    7. To make FILLING, heat pan with 3 tbsp oil.
    8. Fry all the ingredients till fragrant.
    9. Add water and fry till dry.
    10. Add water again and fry till dry and potato become soft.
    11. Cover the pan once in a while so that the potato will be cooked faster.
    12. Leave to cool.
    13. Next wrap oil dough inside water dough.
    14. Flatten the dough using a rolling pin to shape a thin circle.
    15. Add filling and seal the sides.
    16. Pinch the edges to form a scallop design or any design Deep fry puffs in medium hot oil.
    17. *Note:U can make the filling a bit more saltier because when u eat it with the puff it will make the filling taste blander

    Curry Puff
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  4. Padmaja

    Padmaja New IL'ite

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    Crazy cake (Eggless, butterless)

    I got this recipe long time ago and have used it with great success. I have even added nuts and raisins and omitted the cocoa powder for a white cake successfully. Don't be scared of the vinegar - you cannot taste it. It's there because you need an alkali and an acid to do the action of eggs.

    Happy baking!<CONCORDANCE-BEGIN />
    • 3 cups all-purpose flour
    • 2 cups white sugar
    • 1 teaspoon salt
    • 2 teaspoons baking soda
    • 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    • 3/4 cup vegetable oil
    • 2 tablespoons distilled white vinegar
    • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
    • 2 cups cold water
    <CONCORDANCE-END />Sift flour, sugar, salt, soda, and cocoa together into a 9 x 13 inch ungreased cake pan. Make three wells. Pour oil into one well, vinegar into second, and vanilla into third well. Pour cold water over all, and stir well with fork.

    Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 to 40 minutes, or until tooth pick inserted comes out clean. Frost with your favorite icing.
     
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  5. Padmaja

    Padmaja New IL'ite

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    Egg Replacer

    You can convert any egg recipe to eggless recipe by using a regg replacer

    You can also buy Ener-G Egg Replacer for all your baking needs. It is available in stores like Whole Foods in the U.S. It is made from Tapioca and is a powder. It is an excellent substitute for eggs in baking. You just add some warm water to the powder and use it instead of egg in any recipe.

    You could also use bananas as egg substitutes: Substitute 1/2 of a mashed ripe banana plus 1/4 teaspoon baking powder for each egg. But remember that you will have a banana flavor in your final product
     
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  6. Shakthi

    Shakthi Senior IL'ite

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    Check this eggless recipe

    Hi Kalpana,

    Not sure whether you got to see this eggless choclate cake recipe posted by one of our members recently.

    Check it out!
     
  7. kalpana

    kalpana Junior IL'ite

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    thanks Padmaja.

    Sorry sorry sorry for delay in reply...thanks heaps for the recipes, I will try.

    regards
    kalpana.:wave
     
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    kalpana Junior IL'ite

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    Thanks Shakti

    Sorry in delay in reply Shakti...thanks a lot.

    regards
    Kalpana.:wave
     
  9. Shanvy

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    Hi, Thought i will revive this post. my kids like home made biscuits cookies, muffins. will start by sharing few of my recipes.

    Custard powder biscuits:
    Ingredients:

    Maida : 2cup
    Oil : 3/4 cup
    Custard Powder : 1/2 a cup
    Baking Powder : 2 or 3 pinch
    Baking soda : 1 pinch
    Tooty fuity : for decoration.
    Powdered sugar : 1 cup
    Vanilla essence : 2 drops

    Method :
    Mix powdered sugar, and oil. beat till fluffy and smooth. sieve maida, baking soda,baking powder,custard powder together. add this to the sugar and oil mixture. knead and make a nice dough. then just take small balls and place it on your palm and press. then just put a few tooty fruity on top.

    bake it in a preheated oven at 200degree cent for 10 minutes.

    The biscuits come in a nice colour and are nice to taste.


    Love,
    shanthi.
     

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  10. Shanvy

    Shanvy IL Hall of Fame

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    I know oats are good. my kids dont like it in porridge. i just try to incorporate it in dosas, rotis and now into cookies.:wink:

    This one i have made and tried.
    OAT- chocolate cookies

    Ingredients:

    Maida : 1/2cup
    Oats : 11/2cup
    Oil : 1/2 cup
    Baking Powder : 3 pinch
    Baking soda : 1 pinch
    fresh/Dessicated coconut. - as desired.
    Powdered sugar : 1 cup
    Cocoa powder - 2 tblsp.

    Method :
    Mix powdered sugar, and oil. beat till fluffy and smooth. sieve maida, baking soda,baking powder and cocoa powder. add this to the sugar and oil mixture along with the coconut,oats. knead and make a nice dough. then just take small balls and place it on your palm and press.
    bake it in a preheated oven at 180 degree cent for 10 - 12 minutes. (just test the time according to your oven by baking 2 cookies)
    They are nice to look at and are very crunchy.

    Love
    shanthi.
     

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