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Sarson ka Saag with Makki ki Roti | Cook with Budgett

 SARSON KA SAAG  Cook with Budgett brings another simply best yet tasty recipe which goes by the name Sarson ka saag – One of the Indian recipes that are a symbol of love, taste, and patience. Sarson is the Hindi/Punjabi word that is used for Mustard and Saag means Greens basically. Moreover, saag is a Punjabi term that means greens. so the English translation for Sarson ka Saag is mustard greens. Picture Courtesy - Pankaj Bhadouria Shortcut methods are not allowed in the making of Sarson ka saag. Sorting the greens from the pool of them, washing them, chopping and then cooking them… Blending them and again cooking them is a time-intensive method but the end result is worth paying off. And in today’s world of curry in a hurry Cook with Budgett - simply best yet tasty recipe has curtailed some steps and came up with to let you savor the taste of an authentic Sarson ka saag, a little bit of investment of time is required but the rate of return is exponentially amazing. Picture Courtes

Eggless Tutti Frutti Cake | Cook with Budgett

EGGLESS TUTTI FRUTTI CAKE 


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Today Cook with Budgett would love to bring you a recipe of cake which is called Eggless Tutti frutti Cake. It is the most lovable variety of cakes in India. This simply best yet tasty recipe of tutti frutti cake recipe is made completely without eggs and has a soft cum light and moist crumb while eating it. The Cook with Budgett recipe is always easy, accessible and even newcomers in baking can kick start their baking cake journey with this tutti frutti cake easily and securely.


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For Dry Mixture

▢0.45 cups all-purpose flour - about 190 grams

▢0.50 pinch salt

▢1 teaspoon cinnamon powder - optional/ Not necessary

▢0.30 teaspoon baking powder

▢0.15 cup tutti frutti - approx 80 grams of tutti frutti which is available in the market.


For Sugar Solution

▢0.15 cup water

▢0.30 cup organic unrefined cane sugar or regular sugar (165 grams) – add as required. 

▢0.20 cup melted butter or neutral-flavored oil, 72 ml.

▢0.30 teaspoon vanilla extract or vanilla powder or half of a vanilla bean, scraped


For Curd Solution

▢1 tablespoon fresh curd (yogurt or dahi) (dairy or vegan)

▢0.30 tablespoon water

▢0.30 tablespoon apple cider vinegar or white vinegar

▢0.15 teaspoon baking soda


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Instructions
Sifting Dry Ingredients through Sieve(Channi)

  • Take a sieve. Keep a mixing bowl below the sieve. In the sieve, all-purpose flour (maida), -1-1.5 pinch salt, cinnamon powder, and some baking powder. 
  • Mix all the dry ingredients.
  • Now add the tutti frutti.
  • Just mix the tutti frutti along with the flour so that they get completely coated and properly covered with the flour.
  • Grease the cake pan with butter and oil and keep it aside. You can use the cake pan with butter paper or parchment paper over it inner sides. Also preheat the oven at 180 degrees celsius for 15 minutes.

Making Sugar Solution

  • In a bowl take a quarter cup sugar (165 grams sugar) and half a cup water.
  • Mix the sugar with water till all the sugar granules get completely dissolved.
  • After all of the sugar gets dissolved, add melted butter or oil. Meltdown the butter in a small pan and keep it ready. with a whisk and mix it very well.
  • Add 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Mix again well. Keep this sugar solution aside.

Making Curd Solution

  • Take another bowl pour 3 tablespoons fresh curd or yogurt, 1 tablespoon water, and 1 tablespoon vinegar into the mix. 
  • You can use white vinegar. You can also use 1.5 tablespoons of lemon juice instead of vinegar. mix very well.
  • Now add half a teaspoon of baking soda. stir and mix very well.
  • You will see the solution frothing and bubbling.

Making Tutti Frutti Cake Batter

  • Quickly add the sugar solution to the mixture which we prepared above in the section of Sifting Dry Ingredients through Sieve. 
  • Then immediately add the bubbling curd solution which we prepared. 
  • Mix gently until a smooth batter with light pressure from the hands over the whisk felt. Do not overdo the mixing. You can even merge the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. Tiny lumps are acceptable in the batter. 
  • Pour the tutti frutti cake batter into the greased cake pan.
  • Gently tap the cake pan on the kitchen table top twice.

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Baking Tutti Frutti Cake

  • Place the cake pan in the oven or in the pressure cooker by putting the batter in a utensil called a cake pan and grease it from the sides and there we go.
  • Bake the cake at 180 degrees Celsius in a preheated oven for 45 to 50 minutes or more or less as required. Baking time may vary depending on the temperature conditions in the oven and the size of the oven.
  • Check with a skewer or fork and it should come out clean not sticking up of cake particles over it.
  • Place the pan on a rack to cool it down.
  • When the tutti frutti cake has completely cooled at room temperature, then using a butter knife loosen down the edges of the cake. Upside down the pan on a chopping board or any plate. Gently tap the bottom of the cake pan and remove the cake safe and sound as you don't want the crumbled.
  • Slice down the cake.
  • Serve the eggless tutti frutti cake plain or complementary with some milk, tea, or coffee. The remaining cake can be refrigerated and lightly warmed up while serving it.

This simply best yet tasty cake recipe is ready to crave and get into the belly of 4 people. Enjoy with cook with Budgett. Visit our Instagram handle @cookwithbudgett for amazing updates 

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