Eggless Chocolate cake without oven for Indian Kitchen

I made (read cook) this moist, delicious Eggless Chocolate Cake without oven here in my Australian Indian kitchen.  Yes, I like to call my kitchen “Indian -Australian Kitchen”. Because here most of the time I cook Indian dishes with local Australian ingredients.

No Oven Eggless Chocolate Cake

Now, you may ask why I have written that cooked a cake instead of baking?

The answer is unlike western countries in India every kitchen doesn’t have the oven. Buying an oven is still an expensive affair for common people. Then, there are people, who can easily effort to buying it, but for some reasons, they are more comfortable to make food on the gas stove than using an oven! Probably cooking habits could be one reason! But, one thing is common among all the home chefs, for the special occasions, homemakers love to explore recipes from global kitchen, make sweet and savoury delicacies for their family members, loved one. 

Recently, a week before valentine’s day,  I got a message from one of my viewers. She wrote that it would be great if I could share an eggless chocolate cake recipe that can be prepared without an oven! 

No Oven Eggless Chocolate Cake

On the same week, one of my friends called me and asked if I could bake an eggless chocolate cake! I replied to her, “Definitely I can, but I am just curious to know, why don’t you bake the cake? as I already shared my chocolate cake recipe with you and you wanted to try to bake the cake on your own?” 

She replied, “Yes, I wanted to bake a chocolate cake by myself, as my kids love chocolate cake! But I am scared of using the oven on my own. I might try this cake recipe if you have ‘without oven version. This time I want you to bake a chocolate cake for our upcoming gathering. We are going to celebrate our friend R’s birthday’”! There were no reasons that I wouldn’t bake a cake. So I decided this time I will follow the same recipe and I will bake the cake in a Bundt pan! You will find the picture in the below.

I followed the same recipe for this Chocolate Bundt Cake

Fear of using an oven!

What I realise that buying an oven is not only a problem. The other problem is also the fear of using it! But, I was happy that both of them wanted to celebrate their special moments with homemade food. It gives me immense pleasure when I connect with people who believe working with our hands is not a dishonouring. Cooking for our family, for our loved ones is not a backward activity! When we cook there is an interconnection with our mind and our organs. Today’s home-cooked meals, create tomorrow’s happy memories. On that moment I decided, I am going to make an Eggless Chocolate cake in my Kadai( cooking pan).

I Packed this cake for school lunchbox!

I packed this eggless chocolate cake for my daughter’s school lunchbox for the snack! No need to say, she was very happy. So you see, one home-cooked dish makes many people happy in many ways. Today, not only I am sharing a recipe but also sharing my happiness with you. If you follow this recipe or any of my recipes and created happy memories. Please tag us on Instagram and Facebook. your happy stories will inspire us to share more stories and food recipes.

No Oven Eggless Chocolate Cake

You can look into the Baking section for my other cake and cookies recipes.

Now, I am leaving you with the recipe and notes to follow! Keep cooking and keep creating memories 🙂

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Vidhi 04/08/2020 - 4:20 PM

5 stars
Amazing recipe but can we use lemon juice in place of vinegar and should the milk be luke warm. And can we use wheat flour in place of maida

Shyamali Sinha 03/09/2020 - 10:39 PM

Thank you Vidhi

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