Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Simplest No Fuss Tutti Fruity Cake

Simplest No Fuss Tutti Fruity Cake

Sometime Life Changes And We Need To Move On......
Lots Of Changes Take Place But Memories Never Fade!!


After a break I welcome back myself to this food world again with a no fuss cake recipe, which I challenge is a no fail recipe how many ever times you make it!!

Its absolutely Delicious and addictive leaves us wanting to have more.........

Maida - 1cup + 1/4th cup
Sugar - 3/4th cup
Oil - 1/2 cup
Baking Soda - 1/2tsp
Baking Powder - 1tsp
Vanilla / Orange Essence - 1tsp
Eggs - 2
Yogurt - 3/4th cup
Tutti Fruitty - 1/4th cup or more as you like

- Mix Oil, Sugar, Eggs, Yogurt, Essence and whisk well so that no solid particles remain
- Wash Tutti Fruity and pat dry in a clean towel. mix 1tsp of maida to it and keep aside.
- Sieve Maida, Baking soda & Baking Powder atleast 2 times for even mixing.
- Prepare a loaf pan or cake tin by greasing it with oil and dusting flour around keep it aside
- Pre heat oven for 10 mins in 180C
- Mean while the oven the pre heating start mixing the cake batter.
- Add Maida to the wet ingredients and whisk it slowly, Dont beat the batter too much
- Once dry ingredients is well combined to the wet ingredients add prepared tutti fruity and mix well
- Pour the batter to the prepared pan and bake it for 30- 35 mins / until skewer comes out clean
- Once baked allow it to rest for 15 mins and invert to the cooking rack 
- Let it cool completely before cutting it!!

Enjoy your tutti fruity cake when ever you want!!
No need to run to store to get those expensive little ones 

- Tutti fruity is washed because I personally dont like it over sweet. Washing reduces the stickiness it carries and also gives the cake a perfect taste.
- Coating tutti fruity with maida before adding it to the cake prevents it was sinking down while the cake is cooking.
- You may try adding any other dry fruits and bake the same, I've tried and the result was awesome
- If the batter looks too dry, add 1tbsp of milk or more to adjust batter to come into pouring consistency

Do try and let us know how it turned!!
Any quire feel free to comment below :)

Cya until next 
Bye Bye

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  1. lovely come back with awesome cake recipe...visit my page too

  2. Welcome back to blogging! The loaf sounds like the French Yogurt cake to me... :) Soft and pillowy...

  3. Nice cake and a nice way of returning to the blogging world.

  4. Welcome back dear. It's so good to see you. Never thought about washing tutty fruity. Will try it next time.

  5. Thanks for sharing cake recipe, I am learning now how to make delicious cake so that's I come to know about this post. Your cake looks so soft & tempting.


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