is always a pleasure to be writing guest posts to my fellow bloggers. In fact,
I love the idea of guest posting as it improves virtual relationships between
bloggers and makes it a place for some friendly competition and co-existence. I
would like to thank Haffa for considering me to be a part of her little lovely
though Haffa’s blog is quite young, I love the variety of recipes that she has
on her blog. I am a big fan of Pakistani food and love to eat them whenever we
are out. I have already bookmarked some recipes to try when I get the chance
to, like Sooji Ka
I sincerely wish Haffa many many more months and years of successful blogging
After quite a thought, I
decided to share this awesome cake that I had prepared as a “thank you” gesture
to my elder daughter, Rasha’s friend’s mom, who used to take care of the kids
in the absence of my umma. This is one of the best cakes I have made in the recent past, I have to tell... The DDL adds all the zing in the cake, making it a must-try!
To have a look at the recipe and the remaining of the post, do drop by Haffa's space here. Hope you enjoy the post as much as I did... :)
Dulche De Leche Bundt Cake
1 1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2 cup dulche de leche (DDL)
2 large eggs at room temperature
Preheat the oven to 170 degrees. Grease and flour a small bundt
pan. Keep aside.
Mix the flour, baking powder, soda and salt in a bowl. In another
bowl, beat the butter and brown sugar till creamy and fluffy. Add in the DDL
and beat till combined. Beat in the egg one by one till well mixed. Add in the
vanilla and mix again. Add the flour and buttermilk in two additions and beat
just till combined.
Pour into the bundt pan. Bake for 50-55 minutes till done. Allow
to cool in the pan for 10 minutes. Flip onto a cooling rack and cool
completely. Dust with icing sugar and serve!!!
1. I added a little less than 1/2 cup brown sugar and the cake was
mildly sweet. If you want it more sweet, then add the brown sugar, 1/2 cup
2. For buttermilk, pour 1/2 tbsp vinegar into 1/2 cup of milk and
leave it undisturbed for 15 minutes. Your buttermilk is ready!
3. Don’t worry if you cannot find DDL in your local supermarket!
You can make it using your pressure cooker, by referring here.
Labels: Cakes and Muffins, Egg, My recipes