- Atta (Wheat flour) – 1 cup
- Banana -1 Robusta
- Eggs – 2 big
- Milk – 1 Cup
- Baking powder – 1 Teaspoon
- Cooking Soda – 1 Teaspoon
- Honey – 4 Table Spoons
- Ghee – 3 Table spoons
- Cinnamon Powder – 2 Pinches
- Cardamom seeds Powder – 2 pinches
- Cloves Powder – 2 Pinches
- Vanilla Essence – 2 or 3 Drops
- Salt – 1 Pinch
- Dates – 5 (Remove seeds and cut into pieces)
- Cashew nuts – 5 (Optional)
- Badam – 5 (Optional)
- Walnut – 5 (Optional)
- Apple – 1 Cut into long pieces
Break the eggs into a bowl, beat a little until frothy and keep aside. Sieve the wheat flour, baking powder, cooking soda and salt 2 or 3 times and throw into a large jar of the mixer grinder. Add honey, milk, Banana and eggs blend well for 1 minute. Add cinnamon, cardamom and cloves powder. Blend just once. Put Badam, Cashew nuts, Dates and walnuts and ghee, blend well.
Pour the batter into a well-greased baking bowel and shake well to remove bubbles. Decorate the top with apple pieces and few nuts. Drop the bowel into a preheated oven or cooker and bake for 20 to 30 minutes.
Do keep an eye on the cake after 15 minutes just to prevent from burning. Cooking time may vary according to places and the utensils; oven cooker etc. When you begin to get the pleasant aroma of the cake and while the top portion turns slightly brownish poke a fork, knife or a tooth pick and see if it’s sticky; it won’t stick when ready.
Turn off the stove or oven and remove the bowl, keep for cooling and once cooled, with the help of a spoon or knife remove the sides and tilt into another plate. Make pieces and enjoy the lovely, delicious and healthy cake.
Sorry for not posting step by step pictures, didn’t think this would turn out so well, so I was not in the intention of posting. Since I got the end product so soft and delicious tempted me to post.