Oct 3, 2012

Vegan Chocolate Loaf Cake ( Eggless & Butterless ) - Celebrating 700th Post


I really can't believe that. Did you see that post title. 700 posts, man that's so huge for me. What do you think of this guys?

My little space which was started 1.9 years back is already flowing over with 700 step by step recipes. I am really happy that I have done something out to the world which I owned as a passion. You can browse all my recipe through my recipe index. So to celebrate this special day, I cameup with a chocolate cake. I have a recipe for eggless chocolate cake here, but this one is a little different.


This recipe calls for regular milk, but i used soy milk to make it complete vegan.You can use regular milk too.I hope you will love this and much as i did and tell me if you try it someday.

Recipe Source:Edible Garden

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 1/2 cup / 180 gms
Sugar - 1 cup / 200 gms
Cocoa - 3 tblspn
Baking Soda - 1 tsp
Soya Milk - 1 cup / 250 ml
Oil - 1/4 cup / 60 ml / 2 fluid ounces
Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp
White Vinegar - 1 tsp

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180 degree C/ 360 Degree F. Oil a loaf pan well and sprinkle some flour in it and tap away the excess.

Take flour, cocoa, baking soda in a bowl and mix well.

Take a bowl. Add in milk, vanilla, vinegar, sugar in it and mix well.

Now sift the dried ingredients in to the wet ingredients. Fold them gently.

Pour this into the prepared tin and throw them in the oven.

Bake for 45-50 mins till they are cooked. Insert a skewer in the middle, if it comes out clean then the cake is cooked.

Let it sit for 10 mins. Now invert the cake to a plate.

Slice and Serve.
Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients
Measure your flour and add it to a bowl
add cocoa to it
now add in some baking soda
and mix all up
Now lets do the wet ingredients..Take soy milk in a bowl
add oil to it
add in vinegar
and some vanilla essence
pour your sugar in
and mix well
now sift your dry ingredients in
and fold gently
till it is mixed
Prepare your loaf pan by spraying with oil and flouring on all sides
pour the batter in
and bake it up
Slice and Serve

39 comments:

  1. Moist & chocolaty!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  2. congratulations on your 700th post!good hard work!

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  3. congrats Aarthi on your 700th post... Gr8 going... n cake looks so soft... n yummy...
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  4. Congrats Aarthi....Love the chocolate cake...

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  5. Wow that's a huge milestone !!!! Congrats keep rocking !!!! Cake looks yummy !!!!

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  6. Wow congrats way to go girl. Amazing cake.

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  7. Happy 700th post, wow that's alot of food!

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  8. wow delcious..i also want a bite..:) thanks for sharing

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  9. Congrats on the 700th post Aarthy! great job...
    Serve It - Boiled

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  10. Wow, what a lovely Blog. I am always looking for new dishes and your Vegan cuisine is great, I especially love the chocolate cake in this Blog

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  11. Congrats dear....wish you many more:)

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  12. Such a wonderful loaf, simply loving it.Congrats Arthy keep on rocking.

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  13. Can you put the measure for the ingredients ???

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  14. @AnonymousThanks for telling me this, post updated

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  15. Congrass Aarathi.. i love the chocolate cake.. yaummy

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  16. 700 posts and in less than 2 years- awesome ! Way to go aarthi; yum looking cake

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  17. congrats aarthi, keep going. yummy cake.

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  18. Lovely cake :) tried it y'day... Came out really well :) thank u :)

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  19. Hello Aarthi,

    Now am a frequent Visitor of your Blog, your diagrammatic description is simply superb. Aarthi i have a suggestion dat kindly mention the Temperature & Time for Microwave cooking. That will help me to follow it..
    Regards,

    Thara

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  20. plz tell me which oil are you using for your cake ..? can i use soyabean oil or ghee instead of that oil..?

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  21. @nehaI am using vegetable oil. You can use any oil.

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  22. Hi can u pls tell me if i cn use regular milk instead of soy milk.
    Aarti i jus lov ol ur recepies thy r supr yummy n vry easy to cook.really .also d pictorail part of it helps alottttt.jus lov it

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  23. Pls temme if i cn use regular milk instead of soy milk ? Thanx

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  24. pls let me knw wat equipment to use to mix cake batter. n can i bake cake in microwave safe borosil glass bowl.

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  25. @AnonymousYou can use a whisk and spatula. the bowl which you use has to be oven safe

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  26. I made this last night and took only a few minutes for prep. I highly recommend this recipe. The cake is super soft.
    Aarthi- your blog is one of the few things I check on a daily basis, I even get a bit irritated if you haven't posted anything :). But honestly from the many recipes I had tried from your blog none had failed so far. They were all really good. A very rare occurance especially for a food blog- goes to show how good your recipes are. (Although I do wish you would give cups in gram measurements too for some recipes :P )

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  27. Aarthi, any substitute for white veniger?

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  28. Hi arthi. Yummy cake. 🍰 please let me know if you have used ground sugar or just normal one without grinding.

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  29. akka i hav 2 questions..
    1.can i use milk instead of soy milk here?
    2.can i add some chocolate chips in this?
    thanks:)

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  30. akka how the batter consistency should be?thanks:)

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  31. @umamahiit has to be little thin, not too thin

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  32. @umamahiyes u can use normal milk and chocolate chips can be added too

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  33. Hi Aarthi,
    Can i use milk instead of soyamilk? In some cakes u use both baking powder and baking soda but in this cake u hve used only baking powder, is vinegar substituting baking soda?

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  34. @sindhu rejiyes u can use regular milk in this cake

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