The Pleasure of Having a Slice of An Eggless Pineapple Cake History and Origination
The yellowness of this fruit will keep you wanting for more. Pineapples are spirited tropical fruits that are everyoneâ€™s summer favorite. Their exceptional succulence is a perfect way to add a dash of flavor in desserts like pies, macaroons and tarts. Their golden color is a perfect way of making eggless pineapple cakes delectable. Along with being extremely delightful, pineapples have their own health benefits. The vitamins present in this tropical treat are a cure for digestive problems, inflammatory diseases and macular degeneration. In fact in Philippines pineapple leaves are used in the production of a textile fiber called pina. It is used as wallpapers and in furnishings. The inhabitants of Paraguay and South Brazil are believed to have introduced pineapples to the rest of the world. Its scientific name is Ananas comosus.
Wonderful Eggless Pineapple Cakes
This aromatic and spiky-skinned fruit is eaten as snacks, starters, cocktails and cakes. Pineapple flesh is used in salads, desserts and salsas. Pineapple juice or puree when mixed with coconut water makes an exceptional refreshing drink. It is a challenge to make pineapple cakes eggless, since most cakes make use of egg whites to get fluffy and spongy. Be it any occasion, a birthday party or a family get together this quick and easy recipe given below is a sure shot way of tantalizing the taste buds of your guests and relatives.
Half cup melted butter Half a teaspoon baking soda One-quarter teaspoon salt One-cup flour 1 can of crushed pineapple
Quarter teaspoon cardamom powder 1-teaspoon baking powder Half can condense milk
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Preheat the oven to 325F. Grease the cake pan. Sieve baking soda, powder, flour, salt and cardamom powder in a bowl. To this bowl add half a cup of pineapple juice, butter, half a cup of pineapple pieces and condense milk. Fold and beat everything together. Pour this mixture in the greased cake pan. If the batter was mixed together properly it will have a ribbon like flow. Bake for 25-30 minutes. To check if it is baked properly, you can put a knife in the core of the cake. If it comes out clean it means it is thoroughly cooked. Place the baked cake in a serving dish. Brush the cake with some pineapple juice when it is taken hot out of the oven. You can add toppings like whipped cream or finely chopped pineapple chunks. Refrigerate before serving. It is best eaten chilled.
Published on May 15, 2014
The yellowness of this fruit will keep you wanting for more. Pineapples are spirited tropical fruits that are everyone’s summer favorite.