Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Chocolate Carrot Cake


Ingredients:
Plain flour: 3 cup
Grated Carrot: 2 1/2 cup 
Powdered Sugar: 2 1/4 cup
Egg: 3 nos
Salt: 1/4 tsp
Veg Oil: 1 cup
Baking powder: 3 tsp
Baking soda: 1/2 tsp 
Orange juice: 1/4 cup
Vanilla essence: 1/2 tsp
Coca powder: 1/4 cup
Water: 3-4 tbsp



Method:
Preheat the oven to 170 degree c. Boil water in a pan, remove from fire and add the coca powder and blend well. Sieve together flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda and salt together.

Beat the egg with a electric mixer until smooth and fluffy. Add vanilla essence, pour the oil. Add the sifted flour to the egg mixture. Add coca mix to this, beat well. Pour the orange juice. Add grated carrot, Mix well with a wooden spatula.


Grease a cake tin with little butter and then sprinkle some flour. Pour the batter in the greased cake tin.  Bake for about 35-40 minutes, Put a skewer inside the cake. If the skewer come out clean, means that cake is done.

24 comments:

  1. Varshamgal aayi carrot cake undakkanam ennu vicharikkunu...pakshe ithu vare sambavichilla...This looks soft and moist..yummy...

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  2. Soft n yummy delicious...adipoli ayittund !!
    You can link this to my event Ongoing Event -Christmas Delicacy (15 Nov-31 Dec 2011)

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  3. Delicious Cake... Looks really moist...

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  4. Omg, super delicious and irresistible cake...

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  5. I am usually not a big fan of carrot cake but the chocolate in this might make me go for it :)

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  6. Super moist and wonderful looking cake..

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  7. delicious looking cake I haven't added chocolate looks wonderful

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  8. looks especially tasty...just love it..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  9. Never made carrot cake. looks irresistible and soft
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. ooohhhh... looks very moist and soft. Never tried this before.

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  11. Love this combo..cake looks awesome

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  12. tats a delectable comboooo.... Moist..
    First time here... and a glad to be here....Following you !
    Do sneak a peek when time permits..

    http://www.sandhyas-kitchen.blogspot.com

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  13. Looks like choco & carrot are a divine combo...The cake is moist & irresistible...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. wow looks delicious and moist...good texture

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  15. Looks fabulous, that looks soft & so good!

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  16. Adipose cake..pine I tried ur almond pudding and posted a lightly adapted version of it and posted it in my space :)

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  17. Hi,

    I am new to this cooking blogs, recently started viewing your postings...have a doubts (i).his plain flour or the All purpose flour is ''Maida''?
    (ii) I searched for vegetable oils here in supermarkets, but not got. Can we use Canola oil or the normal Sunflower oil instead of Veg oil?

    wanted to comment, nice receipes, keep going, waiting for more from you

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  18. hi ann
    thank u so much for ur comments. you can use butter/margerine instead veg oil also can use sunflower oil..plainflour/maida both are same...keep sending comments n thanks a lot for comments

    jaisy

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  19. Thank you Jaisy for the reply. I saw the chocolate cake made in presuure cooker. Wonderful idea...Can this technique used for other low degree (oven-made) receipies for cakes? Will down-part get burned if we directly keep the cake tin inside the cooker? Will the cakes be soft too?

    I tried the fruit salad with custad sauce, it was really nice, had full stomach..Couldnt click the pics to send to you.

    Regards,
    Ann, Abu dhabi

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    1. hi ann

      thank u so much ann...choco cake yes u can do it in oven actually that technique i used for those who dont have oven facility. no it will not burn coz mines came out perfectly, soft n yummy same we get it in oven..

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  20. that looks good n so yummy..nice space u have btw this is MAHA..

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