Friday, March 13, 2009

Low Fat - Yogurt Cake

Over the last two months I'm enjoying my cooking time even more :) as I'm quite thrilled with the baking experiences I've had so far. This time I wanted to bake something which was quick and easy. So while going through my recipe collection I came across this one. It read low fat- yogurt cake, and that got me interested! I was a bit doubtful how it would turn out. It came out really well and the best part was that S and I didn’t feel guilty gorging on it.

Smitha of has been very generous to pass me the 'friends' award. It's my second time..yippeeeee! Thanks for the award Smitha :) I would like all my foodie blogger friends to take this award (from MY AWARDS section), as each one of you are special and I love you all for being extremely warm and supportive.

Here’s the recipe for the cake.

  • 1 cup yogurt (dahi)
  • 1 1/4 cup powdered sugar (I used 1 cup)
  • 1 1/3 cups maida
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2 eggs
  • 5 tbsp oil
  • 1 tbsp vanilla essence
  • a pinch of nutmeg (opt)
Sift the flour and baking powderBeat the eggs, oil, vanilla essence in a separate bowl, set it aside. Beat the sugar with yogurt in another bowl.

Add the egg mixture to the flour and beat well. Next pour the sugar and yogurt mixture into it and beat well till smooth and well blended. Pour the mixture into a greased cake tin. Bake for 35- 45 minutes (or till done) in a preheated oven at 180*C/350* F. Once the cake is done, cool it completely and cut into desired shape and serve with a drizzle of honey.
Recipe courtesy: Nita Mehta's Oven Recipes.

Before I sign off I'd like to make a special mention of the Tomato Kurma I made yesterday following the recipe from Asha’s blog. Click on the link for the recipe -
It tasted fantastic. Thanks Asha :)


Sathya Sankar said...

cake looks delicious suparna !
congrats on your award.

Asha said...

WOW! I love the cake, so golden, spongy and tangy with yogurt, must try soon!

You are welcome, glad you tried, I liv ed Toamto kurma too. Enjoy! :))

Superchef said...

the cake looks nice and spongy!! enjoy the award! :) have a great weekend :)

Cham said...

They look so super moist ur cake slice and Asha's recipe is always a winner! Congrats on ur award.

Sophie said...

I love baking with yogurt, I think I'm going to make this this weekend :).

Ashwini said...

Looks so fluffy and moist..Sure will try this..yumm

Mangala Bhat said...

wow ! nice cake yummy ..Thanks for the recipe ..hey taht tomato chutney is aslo looking fantastic ...will try that soon

Vibaas said...

Hi Suparna, thx for stopping by my blog and your wonderful comment. means so much to me :)

Cake looks so yummy n soft. just like what we get in india. i'm gonna try this sometime soon :)

Smitha said...

OMG! Suparna, that cake looks so soft and moist. Would you mind sending me a piece by speed post???
And abt the awards, you are very much deserving of it:).

Suparna said...

Sathya,Asha,Manju,Cham, Sophie,Ashwini,Mangala,Viba thanks friends you all make me so happy :)
by ur visits and comments. Keep coming.

lol....I'd love to send u some pieces right away :) Thanks gurl! love ur spirit! God Bless.

Priti said...

Umm new for me...looks nice and easy...thanks for sharing

rekhas kitchen said...

cake looks so soft and moist yum yum never try eggs and curd both tigether will try next time

Suparna said...

Priti, Rekha thanks for the visit :)
Try it for sure u'll completely love it!

Akal's Saappadu said...

youghurt cake has come out really good, fluffy and spongy; nice volume too; yummm! perfcet for tea time!

Suparna said...

Thanks akal :)