If you've ever wondered on how possible you can make a delicious cake in your house without having an oven then congrats to you cause you're in the best place to know how you can do that.
Cakes are very delicious and everyone loves to eat one but sometimes get so lazy to make one at home cause they think it's not possible to make one without having an oven. And instead they go outside to purchase it. But, a lot of people don't know that the cakes we make at home are very good cause you determine how you want it to be unlike those ones you buy outside. And the good thing is that you can have a good look on the quality of ingredients that are used to make them.
Although sometimes we also don't like to use oven cause it takes a lot of our time and it requires a lot of time as well. In this article I will be showing to you how you can use your pressure cooker to bake a cake, yes you can use it. And it takes faster than an oven, and within minutes your cakes are done.
Continue reading if you want to know the details!
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Maximum time for this baking is 50 minutes and it's very easy to make at home. You can also serve this to four people around you.
1. Place your pressure cooker down and remove it's rubber ring. Then put in the pressure cooker your salt and spread it all over the bottom of your cooker
2. Leave your cooker uncovered and set a fire under a low flame to it.
3. Then, rub the inside of your baking pan with butter and place that one aside.
4. Get a big bowl and mix your flour, milk, sugar, water, and your melted butter together and whisk them nicely.
5. After whisking, add your drop of vanilla and baking powder to the bowl and mix them again all together until it's smooth with no lumps. And then pour it inside your baking pan and shake gently until it has a nice surface.
6. Then put your baking pan gently over the salt that's inside your pressure cooker and then cover it. And don't increase your flame.
7. Bake for 40 minutes and check if it's already done by putting a knife in the cake. If the knife comes out to be dry then your cake is ready. And you can still leave it for more moments for it to be completely baked.
8. Put on a glove and gently turn over your baked cake from the baking pan on a flat plate and tap the bottom of the pan, then your cake should come out warm.
Note: You can serve it when cold or warm depending on how best you like it.
Boom your cake is ready without using an oven.
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