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Suji Mango Cake in Cooker: Easy Semolina Cake Recipe Without Egg


Think about an eggless cake with mango and your mouth starts to water. This mango suji cake is a match made in heaven - a unique blend of whole wheat semolina and the king of fruits, this eggless bake is sure to become a regular in your homes.


suji mango cake eggless

Loved by one and all, the semolina mango cake is a tongue pleaser and has an intense visual appeal. Just look at the eye-popping color, striking, isn't it?

I love this eggless suji cake for


  • its golden color
  • its choice of ingredients
  • its being a versatile cake
  • its being a healthy bake

A Little Story behind This Mango Cake



The smile you can bring on the face of someone through your trivial efforts does not have a match. It was the birthday of a 75-year-old neighbor, who does not have a strong financial background. Moreover, his only son, who is around 40 years, is not mentally strong enough to work outside. The boy remains with his pensioner dad, as his mother left for heavenly abode 6-7 years back.

Anyway so today was the old man's birthday. I wanted to cheer him up. So thought of baking a healthy cake for him. I decided to use a blend of semolina and mango and the end result was just perfect for a celebration. On top of it, I added jaggery powder as a substitute for sugar. 




Glad I could bring a smile to someone's face today with this semolina cake recipe without egg!

Here's my healthy mango suji cake.

suji cake mango


Semolina Cake With Mango Ingredients

mango cake with semolina

How To Make Mango Cake With Suji

2 mangoes-pureed (equals 1 cup)
11/4 cup- suji (semolina)
1/4 cup- oil
1 tbsp- thick curd
3-4 tsp- jaggery powder/ sugar (more or less depending on your choice and mango sweetness)
cardamom powder and dalchini (cinnamon)
3/4 tsp- baking powder
1/4 tsp- baking soda
Almonds, pistachio or nuts of your choice
2 fat pinches of haldi (turmeric)-- totally optional
pinch of salt

Semolina Cake Recipe Without Egg Procedure
mango suji cake eggless



  1. Sieve together suji, salt, baking soda, and baking powder.Chop mangoes and then throw them in the blender/grinder/processor along with jaggery powder, cardamom powder, cinnamon, haldi, curd, and oil. Churn well until it is a light and fluffy mixture. When it was my turn to run the grinder, there was an electricity cut. So I had use a hand whisker to whisk everything well. Doesn't matter! 
  2. Add half of slivered/chopped nuts to the wet ingredients. Keep the remaining aside.
  3. Grease a baking pan or place a butter paper in the pan.
  4. Preheat the cooker. Remove the cooker whistle. Place a stand in the cooker. We do not need salt or sand. Thanks to Sonu for sharing this brilliant idea with me. Earlier, I was of the opinion that we need a layer of sand or salt to bake cakes in a cooker. Now I am happy we can bake without the same. It has made my task easier than ever!
  5. Mix dry and wet ingredients. Just fold in the ingredients. Do not over mix.  Else, this will make the cake dense.
  6. Sprinkle the remaining nuts over the batter.
  7. Pour the batter into the baking pan. 
  8. Place the baking pan on the stand in the cooker.
  9. Heat on a high flame for 5 minutes.
  10. Then slow down the flame to medium and bake the suji mango cake for 35-45 minutes. 
  11. Keep an eye on - insert a knife to check if the cake is baked properly from inside.
  12. When done, let the cake sit in the cooker for 20-30 minutes or until it has cooled down. Do not remove from the pan before it has cooled else it may crumble.
  13. Take out on a cooling rack. Let it sit there for half an hour.
  14. Cut into pieces and enjoy this healthy, delicious eggless suji mango cake.
  15. Isn't it a simple suji cake recipe with mango, friends?
  16. Try my eggless sugarless oats suji coconut cake - the best cake I have ever baked. Get the recipe here.
  17. The recipe to a simple coconut suji cake is here.

Comments

  1. So cooker base does not burn? No mention of water or anything else in it.

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    1. No, it does not. In fact, I was surprised too. Nevertheless, I have kept a separate cooker for this purpose. But it does not burn. Rest assured about it! If you add water, you may get a moist cake. I have done one with biscuits. It's my steamed biscuit cake and it turned out yummy.

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