Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Chocolate Vanilla Marble Cake

Dear All,

Chocolate Vanilla Marble Cake

I have always been a big fan of marble cakes! The chocolate swirls wrapped around delicious vanilla makes the cake even more exotic! Though by looking at the photo it may seem tough to get perfect that marbling effect but its very much simple! Marble cake is nothing but plain vanilla pound cake divided into half and mixed the other half with either rich coco powder or melted bitter sweet chocolate. Once you have spooned the batter into a bundt pan run a knife along the batter to get those perfect swirls. So easy!





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Chocolate Vanilla Marble Cake
Recipe Adapted from :- BBCGoodFood
Recipe Serves 8 to 10
Ingredients:-
1 3/4 cups of all purpose flour
1/4 cup of drinking chocolate
1 tbsp of coco powder
1 tsp coffee
1 1/2 cups of sugar
4 eggs
3/4 cup unsalted white butter
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 tbsp vanilla
2 to 3 tbsp milk

Procedure:-
  • Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C, grease and flour a bundt pan.
  • Sieve flour, baking powder and baking soda together and keep aside
  • Beat sugar and butter for about 2 to 3 mins until creamy and well blended
  • Beat in the eggs, one at a time. Beat well after each addition.
  • Now add in vanilla essence and mix well.
  • Gently fold in the flour in the batter, if required add a tbsp of milk.
  • Now divide the batter in two bowls.
  • Stir in coco powder, drinking chocolate and coffee in one of the bowls and mix well. If the batter is too thick add a tbsp of milk
  • Now spoon the batter alternatively in the bundt pan.
  • When all the batter is used up, take a knife and run along the mixture in the tin few times to get the marbling effect.
  • Bake the cake for 45 to 50 mins, until a tooth pick inserted comes out clean.
  • Once the cake is cooled completely slice the cake and serve with a cold glass of milk!
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Verdict:- I was extremely happy with the texture of the cake! Addition of drinking chocolate and coffee did enhance the chocolate flavor to a great extent! You can even add in your choice of nuts..roasted almonds and walnuts would go perfectly with this cake. It is a perfect tea time cake and I am sure your family will love it!
Do give it a try and let me know.



Lots of Love,



39 comments:

  1. I dont bother to have a slice rite now, Extremely delicious..

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  2. Great texture..superb cake.

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  3. Amazing!!

    I m also quite facinated by marble cakes....

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  4. Looks so so so tempting and delicious.. perfect clicks !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  5. Luv luv luvvv this so much :) The marble effect is so tempting :) Got to try this soon.

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  6. Marble cake is on my todo list since long..looks yummy n tempting

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  7. wow...
    looks yummy and very tempting dear :)

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  8. awesom parita...it looks soooo yummmyy........ i gotta try this today ... :)

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  9. Looks so good n lovely Parita ...

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  10. Superb !! what kind of coffee did you add? is it the instant coffee like nescafe ?

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  11. first time here and lovely blog. i too love marble cakes and ypur version looks so nice :)

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  12. Looks great, nice choice of cakes Parita.

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  13. my fav since childhood!your pics are soo mouth watering Paritha!!:)

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  14. The Marble cake looks super cool! Great to see you back!

    The cake reminds me that it has to go in my this months to do... Pretty Vegan marble cake.. lets see how that turns out!

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  15. Wow lovely looking cake....I am planning to make this cake from so many days....

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  16. The cake looks perfect. I want a slice right now.. :)

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  17. Parita, that cake looks gorgeous. I love these sort of coffee cakes, sure wish I had this right now!

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  18. Marble effect has come so good,nice bake!

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  19. hi parita,
    I love marbled cakes for the way they look :P you've baked it to perfection...would like to try baking with drinking chocolate and coffee combo...
    tc

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  20. What a beautiful cake. Your marbling came out perfect. I have a sweet treat linky party going on at my blog till Monday night and I'd love it if you'd come by and link your cake up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/06/sweets-for-saturday-21.html

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  21. Give me a piece of marble cake anytime and this looks like a good marble cake! These are perfect anytime food.

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  22. parita..dis looks yumm..bt I cant use eggs..veg..loved ur blog..followin u :)

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  23. I love eating cakes!! I'm going to try making this one. Thanks for the great recipe since chocolate cakes are my fav

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  24. hi parita.. chking ur blog for the first time n saw an awesum cake...
    u r a gr8 cook dear.. keep up the gud work..

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  25. Thank you Nidhi...thats very kind of you :)

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  26. wow lovely....i chckd ur recipies..saw tat u stay in pune...can u please help..i keep searching for bakery items but dnt find it here easily..can u suggest me sum place where i can find choclate chips,cherry tin...muffin makers n others baking n bakery items...i stay in aundh...i'll really appreciate ur help..next week i'll be makin my visit to tulsibaaug...tell me if there is any shop there...

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  27. Hi Shivani...what a coincidence ..I too stay in aundh :) check out http://www.jayfoodspune.com/ you'll get everything you need in this place..though i have never been there but you can check out..hope this helps, also chocolate chips are available in aundh, nr gaikwad petrol pump lane

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  28. wow tats gr88...wish i culd learn straight from u...can u tell me exactly the place in aundh..as i tried all the bakery shops..even mamta..(near more)..r u talkin abt reliance store next to petrol pump...please tell me the shop name..where i can get chocochips,,,crackles n cherry syrup..how abt the baking tins..??i like ur bundt tin...i want a muffin tin as well...any shop in aundh..iam tired of askin everywhere..but can nevr find one..

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  29. hey thanx a ton...i will check out at fine foods..was not keepin well since so many days...hey i asked u abt tins n pans also..is there any shop in aundh..where i can buy muffin tins n bundt tin as welll..plz let me knw

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  30. wow wat a shop ...fine foods is awsum...seeing it ...i thught jisko dhoondha gali gali woh hamare ghar ke peeche mili...on my daughters b'day i kept searching for choco chips in every bakery shop..in town..n see the shop is next door...aacha tell me onething ive got small choco chips i made muffins bychance one of my frd had it..but they almost melted in them..tell me where i can use theses small choco chips..???i guess i shuld have got the bigger ones..woh melt nahi hote..

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  31. one more thing..i saw vanilla beans there..but instead of pieces it was in shape of long stick..can i use it in cake..??let me knw as it was xpensive i thught i'll ask u n then buy it..but can it be kept 4 long..??And those cherry syrup, bluberry n all cans can be used naah n kept for some months..i thught of buying them too..u dont knw..wat u have given me..that shop is simply awsuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuum....

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  32. hey cn v use smthg else insted of eggs in the cake

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  34. Partia it''s look so delecious. I got to know your website when you comment on mine and I was thinking how can I miss this I am such a foodi.

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  35. i love this cake, looks good and im sure it really taste good. :) thanks for sharing.

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