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Eggless Steamed Biscuit Cake

steamed biscuit cake
Looking for an easy biscuit cake recipe?

Yes, this is the right place for it.

I have seen many biscuit cake recipes and was always wondering whether we could make a cake with home-made cookies, since all recipes mentioned using Parle G, Marie biscuits.

 I finally decided to give it a try with the oats, wheat cookies I had baked last night. The cookies turned out a little harder, since I used only 1 tsp of oil and replaced ghee with home-made condensed milk.

Instead of throwing the cookies away, I decided to use them for my biscuit cake experiment. Additionally, I decided not to bake the cake. Instead I chose to steam it. The result did not disappoint; rather, I have got a soft, moist, and delectable cake.

Glad that I did not throw my cookies away.

The eggless biscuit cake recipe in cooker gives you a yummilicious cake that you would want to bake again and again.

Whether you are looking for a biscuit cake recipe in cooker or a baked version, this recipe is a keeper. The best part is it can double up as a baked recipe. So what are you waiting for?

It is quick to make, uses a few ingredients, and is another name for deliciousness.

Ingredients for biscuits
steamed cake

1/2 cup oats powder
1/2 cup wheat flour
1 cup almond powder
4-5 tsbp condensed milk (you may use 3 tbsp oil instead)
1 tbsp oil
1 tsp baking powder
3 tbsp sugar powder

  1. Mix all ingredients.
  2. Add to a grinder.
  3. Churn once or twice.
  4. Take out the ingredients and make 2-3 balls or logs.
  5. Refrigerate the logs for an hour.
  6. Preheat oven at 170 degrees for 8 minutes.
  7. Take out the balls and cut into desired shapes.
  8. Bake for 16-18 minutes at 170 degrees.
How to make biscuit cake with these cookies?

Ingredients
biscuit cake

20 cookies
1/2 cup milk (or little more - should be like idli batter)
1 tsp- oil
sugar (if needed)
1/4 tsp- baking soda
Nuts of your choice

Procedure to make steamed biscuit cake in cooker or patila
  1. Take a deep vessel.
  2. Add little water. Place a stand. Turn on high flame.
  3. Meanwhile, grind the cookies.
  4. Mix oil and milk to ensure the batter is like idli batter.
  5. Add sugar if needed. You may even add nuts of your choice.
  6. Add baking soda.
  7. Mix well and instantly pour the batter in a greased pan.
  8. Steam without cover for 10 minutes on high flame.
  9. Cover for the next 10 minutes on low flame.
  10. Remove cover and steam for another 20 minutes. Took me 50 minutes in total to prepare this steamed biscuit cake.
  11. Remove from the pan once done.
  12. Place on a wire rack and let it cool.
  13. Enjoy !!!! I am sure you will love this recipe. You can use the same recipe to make any biscuit cake. 
  14. Here's another try on a biscuit cake.

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