Eggless Mawa Cake is the next one on my list of Tea Cakes for Bake-a-thon. I know I am so behind my schedule. Varadha ensured things to go wayward! It was totally unexpected to create so much havoc. We are just coming back to some normalcy.
As expected I am baking just the previous day to post and naturally didn’t have anything to share. For two days I was at home, we were without power, with bare things to manage. I know there were others who were, even more, worst hit.
During the last year floods, there were jokes circulating about seeing the whole family members at one place because of powder outage, that’s exactly happened. We literally were at each other’s hair the whole period. We spent playing cards and other games. I know it sounds strange but Cyclone Varadha made us fonder!
The Chocolate Cake that I had baked the previous day kept the fort from sinking in terms of chocolaty snack. Other than that I also managed to make fresh paneer as there was no power and the milk stocked will go waste. Hubby Dear was joking that it’s also time to bring and declare black milk!
So the snacks that got done on account of rains, the traditional Vazhakai Bajji, Paneer Pakoras. For nearly four more days I just couldn’t bake anything because of power fluctuation. I woke up early this morning to bake this cake and I was remembering that I can clearly remember waking up only to bake and never as a student!
Anyway, this delicious Mawa Cake was on my list since the time I had done Parsi cuisine. I picked up ready made mawa as making Homemade Mawa/Khova seem too laborious right now.
I can’t actually call this a Tea Cake in the fullest sense as the cake was quite sweet. The palkova taste dominates which it is supposed to be. I still have another 100 gms, will experiment more to make a typical Tea cake.
Meanwhile enjoy this!
Step by Step Pictures for baking Eggless Mawa Cake
This is part of the Bake-a-thon 2016