water to the flaxseed powder. Mix well and keep it standing for 15-20 mins In the meantime we do the remaining steps.Sift the flour, sugar and salt all together thrice.In a saucepan, heat water with malai, oil and cocoa. Whisk it and bring just to a boil over medium heat, stirring continuously. Pour the hot chocolate mixture into the flour mixture mix well. Mix the buttermilk, vinegar, vanilla and baking soda in a bowl. Mix the flaxseed mixture and rest of the ingredients and blend well. The mixture should be smooth without any lumps. Pour into the greased baking tin. Now bake it in the oven at 170 degree C for 35 to 45 minutes Please check to see if the cake is done by inserting a toothpick if it come out clean the cake is done.Make a lot of holes with a toothpick so that the icing seeps into the cake. The holes cannot be seen once the icing has been cooled.
For the HeartShaped Cake. Anyway, not exactly because of celebrating this Valentine'sday but just to see the smiling face of my little one and also to pamper my baking addiction, I made these frosted chocolate-buttermilk cakes yesterday
And now for the knockout punch - how about avoiding Maida (leavened flour) altogether. You can also make a simple chocolate ganache without the chocolate chips ( I don't get them in my local grocery store
Also like to share something -last year hubby gave me a chocolate box on Valentine'sday and there was this sheet of paper beneath the chocolates which had small words of wisdom which I loved more than chocolates infact I've framed it in my room