NO-BAKE CHOCOLATE BUTTERNUT CAKE RECIPE l EGGLESS & WITHOUT OVEN
INGREDIENTS & PROCESS:
1 CUP MILK
1 CUP SUGAR
½ CUP OIL
1 TSP VANILLA
½ CUP COCOA
1.5 CUP ALL PURPOSE FLOUR
1 TSP BAKING POWDER
½ TSP BAKING SODA
POUR INTO A MOLD
2 CUP BOILING WATER IN A CURRY PAN
PLACE THE MOLD
PUT A CLOTH & COVER
STEAM IT IN LOW MEDIUM HEAT FOR 25-30 MIN.
REMOVE THE TOP PORTION
1/3 CUP POWDER SUGAR
2 TBSP MILK
POUR THE GLAZE OVER THE CAKE
1 CUP DESICCATED COCONUT
¼ CUP POWDER SUGAR
1 TBSP MELTED BUTTER
1 TSP ORANGE FOOD COLOR
COVER THE CAKE
BUTTER NUT CAKE IS READY
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There is something rich and wonderful about the simplicity of squash. Roasting brings out all the natural sugars and deep, rich colors that makes it one of our favorite dishes for Thanksgiving. This rendition adds a bit of sweet and savory taste to the meal with the unexpected addition of pistachios and Medjool dates. Don't be surprised if it becomes a requested "favorite" for the family holidays.
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