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Marble Cake

Marble Cake

Serving Size: 10

1/2 cup butter, softened
1.5 cup sugar
1.5 cups all purpose flour
2tsp baking powder
1/2 cup milk
2 eggs
1/4tsp salt
1/4tsp cream of tartar
1 ounce unsweetened baking chocolate grated
1/2tsp cinnamon powder
1/4tsp vanilla extract

Preparation Methods:

Preheat oven to 350°C. Grease 9-inch cake pan;dust pan with flour. In a large bowl cream the butter;gradually adding the sugar and finally the eggs one by one.Stir all dry ingredients together in a separate bowl;alternately add flour mixture and milk to butter mixture. Place a third of the batter in a another bowl;stir in grated chocolate ,cinnamon and vanilla essence.

Alternately pour layers of white and chocolate batters into prepared pan. Bake for 45 minutes and cool in pan on wire for 10 minutes. then turn out onto rack and cool completely before frosting as desired.


sathya said…
That's a one lovely cake sara, love the marbling !
Hey check out my blog sometimes :)
mmm, nice puffed up cake... good one...
Anonymous said…
Your recipes are good but the pictures look yucky. Why dont you take nice pictures. Look how messy is the sauce and looking at the pictures killing my appetite.
Anonymous said…
Hey anony that's a very rude comment..don't discourage someone's effort. you could just ask her to upload a another snap and I'm sure she would have done it.
Saras don't care abt these selfish pals..why don't just remove that snap ma..btw that's very nice cake and sure your family member would have loved it.
Anonymous said…
I agree with Simi try to encourage people's effort don't spoil if u cannot give decent comment than don't ..think abt their feelings...she has got very good blog which many like and they came out perfectly delicious as I have tried many of them..
Oh Saras don't feel bad ok just keep posting as there's many who loves ur's ur passion
Hey Mr/Mrs/Ms Anonymous you could be more polite to her this is not how to comment to her post... Its food that we eat not pics mind you.. Saras dont mind such rude ppls comments...
Vikis Kitchen said…
Marble cake looks cute da.
Hi anonymous ! mind ur tongue. Saras has wonderful recipes... Are u jealous of her? Dont post unnecessary comments about any one hereafter.
Anonymous said…
I didnt say that her recipes are bad. Infact, I said that the recipes are good. The picture only looks yucky.
Anonymous said…
well there's a way to tell without hurting one's feeling..u could tell her nice by saying that the snap is not so appealing..try to upload another...we ppl blog for passion and wanted to share with others..not for fame or to show-off
ARUNA said…
awesome cake, very spongy!!!

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