Eggless Marble Loaf Cake


Today's recipe is an eggless marble loaf cake or tea cake,with vanilla and chocolate flavor.Already I have share d a version of marble with condensed milk and oil but this version is slightly different and uses yogurt and milk.
This version is a simple one and uses basic ingredients to make.Here I didn't swirl the entire batter, instead layered the vanilla and chocolate batter and swirled the top only.Also I made two,6 inch loaves instead of making a 9 inch loaf.



                                                                    
                                                            
                                                 Eggless Marble Loaf Cake


                                                                  
  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 15-20 minutes
   Baking time ~ 35 -40 minutes
   Makes ~ 2 (6"x 3") loaf
  


   Ingredients


  
Ingredient
Quantity
All purpose flour/maida
 1.5 cups
Semi sweetened cocoa powder
1-1.5 tbs
Milk powder
1 tbs
Baking powder
1.5 tsp
Baking soda
1/8 tsp
Granulated white sugar
1 cup
Butter/vennai
1/2 cup
Vanilla extract
1 tsp
Salt
a pinch
Yogurt/thayir
4 tbs
Milk
 1/2 cup

   Method
  • Take all purpose flour,baking powder,baking soda,milk powder and salt and mix it well.Sieve it for couple of times.Grease the baking pan with baking spray or oil and dust some flour.Keep it aside and preheat the oven in 350 F.
  • Now in a bowl take the butter,sugar and whisk in a hand blender or whisker for 30-60 seconds or until creamy.Now to this add yogurt,milk and whisk it well until creamy.Add in the vanilla extract and mix it well.

  • To this add in the sieved flour mixture in batches and gently combine it well.If needed add in the milk and mix it well. In a separate bowl,take the cocoa powder and mix it with a tbs of warm water.To this add -5 tbs of prepared batter.
  • Mix the batter well with no lumps.Now both the vanilla and chocolate batter is ready.Pour a layer of vanilla the batter into greased pan.Then  scoop some chocolate batter on to the vanilla batter and spread it.
  • Again top it with some vanilla batter and chocolate batter.Now with the help of  knife or tooth pick swirl the top of the batter. to get a marble effect.Keep this in a preheated oven,bake it for 35- 40 minutes(mine took 38 minutes) or until a tooth pick comes out clean.Let it rest it for couple of minutes and invert the cake to a wire rack and allow it to cool completely.
  • Slice and serve it.



  • The sweetness was just perfect with the given measurement.If you want the cake to be on the sweeter side add up to 1.25 cups
  • Slice the cake once its completely cool down.
  • As the batter raises,fill pan 3/4th with the cake batter.




Enjoy...............................
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13 comments:

Eggless marble loaf cake looks absolutely stunning with beautiful pattern inside. You have nailed them super prefectly Nalini.

Such a beautiful texture in the cake. Love it so much. And marble cake is my all time favourite because how artistic it looks.

This is such a pretty looking marble cake and I am loving the texture of this eggless version . Absolutely delicious !
Feel like grabbing some from the screen .

Such a beautiful texture to that lovely looking marble cake... who doesn't love a big slice of that goodness!

The cake texture looks stunning Nalini, love it..and I am in love with your cake tin, pls do share the whole picture of how it looks..

The texture looks perfect and the mini marble cake loaves have that beautiful pattern.

Such a scrumptious cake! It's all time favourite for my son.

Oh my, your marble cake look so moist, soft and fluffy. Lovely pics as usual. Tempting me to try this one out some time soon.

Marble cakes are our family favourite.. love the texture of the cake, it looks so moist with a beautiful crumb!!

Love the texture of the marble cake. looks moist and yum

lovely crumb and presented as usual, so well, Nalini !!

Lovely texture nalini, as usual the clicks are amazing, feel like grabbing the slice from the pic!

Hi Nalini, your cake looks delicious. Please check out my blog foodielogs, I have posted recipes that I have tried and loved.

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