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 Crispy Veg Cutlet Recipe  Cook with Budgett - Simply best yet tasty recipes is all set to again amaze you with outstanding recipes quoted as Crispy Vegetable Cutlet also called as veg cutlet is a crisp, tender patty made with the help of a mixture of hearty veggies made out of fresh herbs and breadcrumbs.  This crispy veg cutlet recipe stands as a popular snack in Indian cuisine and there are plenty of ways to make them and enjoy them. These vegan vegetable cutlets are basically pan-fried to keep it healthy and fully nourished, but as you prefer you can shallow it fry. While there are many words to quote what a cutlet is, but let's stick to the Indian and our version of the cutlet. There are both non-vegetarian versions and vegan as well plant-based versions of cutlets in Indian cuisine. In either way, the cutlet is always still found to be breaded and fried. Cook with Budgett recipe is a veggie cutlet that is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans as well. A crispy veg cutlet i

Eggless Rasmalai Cake in 29 Minutes | Cook with Budgett


Cook with Budgett Version 2.0. This new version welcomes our all the readers to this new phase of simply best yet tasty recipes which will bring outstanding and flavourful recipes including cakes, more dessert option, much more enthralling recipes with spice and taste abide and Rasmalai as we all know is a soothing cum delicious Indian dessert which can make your soul chilled till the end and my family is a big fan of it and we crave it like that as well. 

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With having limited time and ingredients, we can ace it as you know Cook with Budgett believes in simply best yet tasty recipes. Eggless Rasmalai Cake is a transfusion of Indian dessert adjoined with the different set of flavors of the cake and I must admit that this fusion has worked out pretty well. 

The base of the Eggless Rasmalai Cake  is flavored with cardamom powder and what would have worked well is some almond essence but I made do with vanilla essence. The cake is very similar to the eggless vanilla cake I usually make with slight modifications – I must say, this is the best eggless Vanilla Cake I have ever made.


Amul whipped cream is also the viable option to decorate the cake and with that usually mixing up in non-dairy whipping cream powder. I made Rasmalai beforehand and used them for decorating this Eggless Rasmalai cake.


1 cup = 260ml, 1 tbsp = 16ml, 1 tsp = 6ml


  • For the Eggless Vanilla Cake Base –
  • 1 1/4 cups All-Purpose Flour/ Maida
  • 3/4 cup Sugar
  • Half cup Plain Yogurt/Curd
  • 3/4 cup Milk
  • Half cup Oil
  • Half tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Essence
  • Quarter tsp Cardamom Powder
  • Pinch of Salt

For Decorating the Cake –

  • 11-13 Small Rasmalai
  • 1 cup Whipped Cream (1 pack non-dairy whipped cream powder)
  • Quarter cup Ras from Rasmalai (Thick Milk from Rasmalai)
  • Two tbsp Icing Sugar
  • Half tsp Vanilla Essence
  • Yellow Food Color (optional)
  • Quarter cup Finely Chopped Pistachios & Almonds

                                                       Picture Courtesy - Mints Recipe


  • Preheat oven at 185°C for 11-13 mins, the superb alternative is a Pressure Cooker for Oven and now grease, line two 6” round baking pans with parchment paper.
  • In a mixing bowl, add all the dry ingredients – like all-purpose flour, baking powder with baking soda, and cardamom powder with salt. Mix it really up well. It could be a hand blender as well.
  • Pick another mixing bowl, add the rest of the ingredients – like Amul milk, Amul curd, oil, vanilla essence, and sugar.
  • Mix the ingredients with a whisk until the sugar gets dissolved completely and no residual left behind.
  • Now make a little hole at the center of the dry ingredients and add the wet and semi-solid mixture.
  • Whisk it patiently such that there are no lumps that should be left out.
  • Pour the batter equally into the greased with butter or ghee, into lined baking pans.
  • Bake at 185°C for 35-45 mins until a skewer you insert and comes out clean and nothing sticks on it.
  • Invert the cakes upside down and remove the parchment paper. Let it cool down completely.
  • Add Ras of Rasmalai(thick milk of Rasmalai) to the whipping cream mixture.
  • Whip the cream until soft peaks are formed or till it gets frothy like a cloud. Add a pinch of yellow food color it will make it look more nice and tempting.
  • Trim the tops off the cake to make it even so that it gets plain.
  • Brush liberally with free hands with Ras (thick milk from Rasmalai) all over the cake.
  • Spread a layer of whipped cream evenly on the cake up all the surface.
  • Place the other cake up to the top and apply a layer of cream on the top as well as the sides.
  • Decorate it with rasmalai and sprinkle finely chopped pistachios & almonds all over.
  • Chill it until ready to serve. Stores well in the fridge for 5-6 days.

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