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If you’re a student living in a hostel or a novice who craves cake regardless of not having any experience, this recipe is for you! Cake in a sandwich maker? Sounds strange, right? Not really. For many people, a baking oven is a luxury. If you are someone who doesn’t really enjoy cooking or are just starting out, a sandwich maker is one appliance that you will find readily available in all kitchens.
Even for students living away from home, a sandwich maker is a must-have. For all those early classes, you can just pop some bread, veggies, and mayo in the sandwich maker and enjoy the toasty deliciousness of a sandwich that is crispy and almost gourmet. If you don’t own a sandwich maker currently, we suggest you make haste and buy Sandwich Maker online. Trust us when we say that your life would be easier by bounds and leaps.
Flour- ½ Cup
Corn Flour- 1 Tbsp
Baking Powder- 1 tsp
Salt- ¼ tsp
Butter- ¼ Cup
Sugar- ¼ Cup
Vanilla Essence- 1 tsp
Milk- 2 Tbsp
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Sieve together the flour, cornflour, baking powder and salt. Mix well in a bowl and set the dry ingredients aside.
In a separate bowl, cream together butter and sugar until the mixture is smooth and frothy.
Once smooth, add in the egg and beat well again.
Now, add the vanilla essence to the mixture and half of the flour mixture.
Fold the flour in the wet mixture gently with a spatula, add the milk and mix again.
Once the milk has combined well, add the rest of the dry flour mix and fold until the batter is smooth.
On the sandwich maker, grease the non-stick pan with a brush of oil on both the top and the bottom.
Turn it on, close the lid and allow it to preheat for three minutes.
Once hot, open the lid, pour the cake mix on both sides until full.
Close the lid and let the cakes bake for about 3 minutes or until done.
You can check to see if they’re done as they turn golden brown and remain soft and fluffy from the inside.
Serve them hot with some icing sugar, Nutella or whipped cream of your choice.
If butter is not available, you can use margarine or oil instead. You will have to adjust the quantity based on the form of the fat. (Liquid or Solid)
This recipe can also be made in a griller or a panini press if, for some reason, a sandwich maker is not available.
If you want to make this into a chocolate cake, just add 1 and half Tbsp to 2 Tbsp of flour for cocoa powder.
This recipe can also be turned into a cake or cupcakes, depending on your pans. Bake it on 180 degrees. The time depends on the pans you use.
The mixture can also be stored in a fridge for use later the next day.
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