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Stove or No-Oven Bake Chocolate Cake

Stove or No-Oven Bake Chocolate Cake
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time

35- 40 min
Serves

6
Stove or No-Oven Bake Chocolate Cake - Recipe especially for those who do not have oven at home. So you need not to worry Chef Nadeem has shared this wonderful cake recipe. Now you can bake without having an oven. Try it and polish your baking skills.
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Source:  Chef Adeel Khan in The Morning Chef Show on Hum Tv
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Ingredients

  • TO MAKE STOVE OVEN:
  • Take a pan with lid (degchi)
  • Small Round stones (bajri) to completely cover the base of the pan
  • CAKE:
  • Eggs 6
  • Sugar 7 tbsp
  • Refined Flour 8 tbsp
  • Coco powder 2 tsp
  • Condensed / Sweet milk 1 tbsp
  • Water 1 cup
  • PRESENTATION:
  • Butter 1/2 kg
  • Icing sugar 6 tbsp
  • Coco powder 1 tbsp
  • Cooking chocolate 1/2 kg
  • Cherries as required

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Cooking Directions

  1. Put the pan with stones on the stove and properly preheat it to bake the cake.

  2. Try to cover the pan with the glass lid.

  3. Beat eggs with electric beater.

  4. Then add sugar and beat till sugar gets dissolved and mixture takes form of foam.

  5. Add flour and mix well with beater. Slowly add flour to the mixture while constantly stirring/ beating it.

  6. Add coco powder and mix.

  7. It will take almost 7 to 10 minutes to mix all the ingredients well.

  8. Pour the mixture in the mould and place the mould in the pan.

  9. Keep the flame high.

  10. Cover the pan and let the cake sponge rise.

  11. When it starts rising, cover the pan with aluminum foil and then place the lid on it. Foil is placed so keep the sponge safe from water drops appeared in the form of steam.

  12. Now put the flame on medium heat.

  13. After 5 minutes, remove the foil to keep checking the sponge.

  14. To make icing, make the butter bit soft to blend it with other ingredients.

  15. Add icing sugar to butter and mix well with electric beater.

  16. Add coco powder to the icing and mix. Add more coco powder if you want to make the icing dark.

  17. To drizzle and keep sponge soft, take milk and add some water in it. Mix well

  18. When sponge rises completely and is ready, take the mould out of the pan.

  19. Leave to cool and take the sponge out carefully.

  20. Cut the sponge from center into two halves and properly cover one half with the icing. Place the other half on it.

  21. Use long knife to spread the icing neatly and finely.

  22. Add some milk to make icing soft if required.

  23. Now cover the cake with icing and place cherries on the top.

  24. Crush / grate the cooking chocolate and sprinkle in the cake.

  25. Garnish as desired and serve with tea.

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Comments posted by users for Stove or No-Oven Bake Chocolate Cake recipe:

  1. i like that cake

    on Mar 5 2014 1:09PM Report Abuse PRAXEDIS GARCIA
  2. i liked this cake very much

    on Dec 13 2012 1:06AM Report Abuse ORCHI
  3. m jxt of 13 years...so it was bit difficult to make it but it was delicious...i made it 4 my mother as her birthday gift...she liked it very much

    on Nov 2 2012 10:15AM Report Abuse ALEENA KHAN
  4. i dont like this recipe because my cake was not bake properly.

    on Mar 27 2012 8:41AM Report Abuse IRSA KHAN
  5. Nice....

    on Dec 10 2011 7:37AM Report Abuse MISHA AMIN
  6. mujhy ap sy ye pochna ha apne chocalate cake mai oil n bakeing powder nai dala plz mujhy reply zarur kry chef adeel khan plz answer mee plz fast............

    on Nov 28 2011 8:41AM Report Abuse BUSHRA MEHMOOD

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