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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Honey Cardamom Cake - (Snack Cake)

I have been baking a lot lately and today I am again posting a baking recipe. It is Honey Cardamom Cake. Two days back, there was a sudden invitation from a friend for lunch. So baked this cake to take with me. I wanted to bake a snack cake without frosting and was browsing for recipe, and when I came across this one, I was sure this is the one. The cake did not disappoint me. It came out really well- soft and delicious. Everyone loved this cake and I got lot of appreciations for it. Here I am today sharing this recipe with you. If you love the flavor of honey and the aroma of cardamom, then this cake will definitely win your heart. 
honey cake with cardamom
Honey Cardamom Cake

What are the ingredients needed?

All Purpose Flour, 2 1/2 cups
Baking powder, 2 teaspoon
Baking Soda, 2 teaspoon 
Salt, 1/2 teaspoon
Cardamom, 7-8 nos (powdered with a tablespoon of Sugar)
Butter, 1/2 cup
Light Brown Sugar, 1/4 cup
Eggs, 2 nos.
Honey, 1 cup
Warm water, 3/4 cup
Tutti frutti (candied papaya) , 1/4 cup(optional)
Walnuts, handful (optional)
honey cake with cardamom

How it is made?
  1. Pre heat the oven to 350 F. Apply oil and sprinkle flour on the cake pan. (you can use a bundt cake or 9*13 pan or two 8"/9" round pans).
  2. In a bowl combine together all purpose flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt and powdered cardamom and keep it aside.
  3. In another large bowl, whisk butter and sugar together. Then add eggs one by one and mix well. 
  4. Then add honey and mix well.
  5. To this mixture, add flour mixture and warm water little by little and mix well.
  6. To the prepared cake pan sprinkle tutti frutti and nuts on the bottom and then pour the cake batter. 
  7. Bake till the cake is done. The baking time varies with the type of pan used. I baked in two 9" round pan and it took around 25 minutes for me. 
  8. Let the cake cool, then remove it from the pan, slice and serve. 
honey cardamom cake recipe

Notes:
  • Adding Tutti frutti and walnut is totally optional. You can use any other dry fruit/ nut or just can skip it.
  • If you want you can dust with confectioner's sugar, before serving the cake. I didn't do it though.
  • While baking the cake formed a dome, so I just levelled it off and turned upside down to display the tutti frutti side.
  • Baking time varies with the type of pan. for 9" round pan it took around 25 minutes, for  9*13 it will take around 40 minutes.

23 comments:

  1. I am planning to try some cake like this. I am sure you would have enjoyed the aroma that spreads to the kitchen while baking. Cake came out super well.

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  2. the cake looks really yummy... would love to try it out without the tutti fruttis... :)

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  3. They look so moist divya.love to grab it right now ...

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  4. Pictures looks so festive Divya. Love the combo of honey and cardamom.

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  5. Super moist and perfect cake Divya. Can feel how aromatic and tasty cake it is!

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  6. Cake looks so soft and delicious, loved it texture and honey-cardamom combo...pictures looks so Festive, neat clicks da :)

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  7. They look super moist and yummy.. Cardamom cake, divine smell!!

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  8. Cake looks awesome and I can imagine the flavor..

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  9. wonderful recipe... looks fantastic...

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  10. so beautiful clicks n the cake looks moist n yum!

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  11. love the addition of tutti frutti in it. have to try it.

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  12. Loving the combination. Even more delicious with the tutti fruittti.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Super yummy cake dear......I tried this cake today and came out so well.... I will post this in my space with the link attached to your space. Thanks again for such awesome yummy n aromatic cake recipe.

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  14. such a perfect cake :) love that perfect slice too i can almost smell how good this must have been wish I was your neighbour :P or better adopt me ;)

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