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Friday, August 22, 2014

Eggless Mango Cake with Cardamom Cream Cheese Icing

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Well it is mango season all year around when you have nice can mango pulp. I made this cake in May for one our get together and totally forget about this to post it  but better late than never. So I made this from one of my very good friend, Kanan's  recipe. Her recipe always comes out as per her click , no matter who makes it and I am a big fan of her recipes. I have tried few of her and loved by everyone. So I made this and everyone loved it too,I made cardamom and cream cheese icing which gives nice flavor almost like srikhand. so lets get to baking.

Ingredients :

1 and 1/4 cups AP flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
2 tsp. cardamom powder
1/3 cup melted unsalted butter
1  and 1/4 cups condensed milk - I used my home made
1 cup mango pulp - I used can

For Icing :

1/2 block cream cheese soften - 4 oz.
3 tsp. cardamom powder
few pieces of chopped mango
sugar as per taste  I used 4 tbsp.

Method:

Pre heat the oven at 350 F.
If you are using aluminum pan, grease it with butter.
In a bowl , add dry ingredients and in another bowl, wet ingredients.

Now add dry ingredients in wet little by little and mix it.

 Pour the batter into pan and bake it for 30-40 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.

Let it cool completely, then take it out from pan and  then also leave it out for 2-3 hours to cool it from inside.

I leave it for good 3 hours.
Now its time to start making icing.
Take Cream cheese and sugar in a bowl and beat it till its incoporate.
Add mango pieces and cardamom in it.
 apply it on cake and sides.

If you desire you can chill it in fridge and then serve it or as it is also fine.
 Cake is ready to serve. You can feel like you are eating mango srikhand cake. Not a bad idea too. right?
Thanks Kanan for another winning recipe.
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25 comments:

  1. The cake looks so moist and soft... love the combination of cardamom with mango!!!

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  2. Delicious looking cake! Thanks for the link up to the event.

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  3. love the cake dear and really it is full year mango season when you have processed pulp

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  4. Love it. looks delicious soft cake.

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  5. I love the sound of the mango cake.

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  6. Oooo that is such yummy flavors going on in the cake.

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  7. Mango cake must be tasting awesome !

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  8. This recipe seem perfect for me. I like the stirring and mixing concept. Will try the cake first and decide if I want to go for the icing. Nice mango punch in the cake. Can I replace condensed with sugar and how much should it be?

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    1. 3/4 cup sugar is fine, depend on how sweet your mango pulp is. before baking taste the batter and add more if needed. Let me know how it turn out.

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  9. such a yummy mango cake :) so simple and well explained hey dear i have followed your blog, glad if you follow me back too :)

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  10. Yummy and soft looking cake...awesome flavour too..wonderful recipe Linsy dear..

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  11. Hi...kem cho :D....

    I'll certainly try this cake ..once i tried 2 make a mango cake with egg and it was :(....may b this will make me :).......eggless...wow !!

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  12. So soft and beautiful cake, am sure mango and cardamom works prefect in cake .

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  13. Linsy I've got my eyes on this cake!! It's so tempting!

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  14. wow its fluffy and love the cream....yumm

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  15. Interesting flavour combination, looks lovely :) #recipeoftheweek

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  16. wow..love the mango cake & your chilli shot too :)

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  17. Soft and spongy mango cake...... Love it!!

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  18. wow... totally love the way that cake looks... rich...

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  19. Great texture and I love the sound of the cardamom icing. Thanks so much for linking up with #recipeoftheweek. Sorry I was slow getting over for this one. I've pinned it to my food board and a tweet will go out shortly :)

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