Tutti Frutti Sponge Cake

It is the month of, cake and candles , snow and songs, Carols and joy, love and laughter … Yeah that’s the month “December” .

I love plain cake/sponge cake(basic cake) or those cakes with no icing on it like a old school girl. A mild cake with evening tea is soul satisfaction on winter days.

Sponge cake is a light came made with eggs, flour and sugar but here i added tutti Frutti to get that sweet bite in between.

What is Tutti Frutti?

Tutti Frutti is a colorful confectionery containing various chopped and usually candied fruits.

In India tutti Frutti usually refers to candied raw papaya. These are often small cubical pieces, often colored. These are used in various bakery products including cakes, dilkhush. Even tutti Frutti are used as topping for ice creams.

Using tutti Frutti is up to you, instead of tutti Frutti you can add dry fruits also.

Ingredients

  1. All purpose flour 250grams
  2. Granulated sugar 250grams
  3. Salted butter 100grams
  4. Milk 1/4 cup
  5. Eggs 4
  6. Vanilla essence 1tsp
  7. Baking powder 1tsp
  8. Tutti Frutti 100grams

Method

Pre heat the oven at 180 C temperature and also grease the cake mould and keep it aside.

Beat the eggs with vanilla essence untill they are ribbon consistency, and mix butter at room temperature with sugar using electric whisk.

Sift the all purpose flour and baking powder into the bowl containing the butter and sugar incorporated.

Using the laddle stir well the dry and wet ingredients, check the consistency if water is required pour in milk gradually then add tutti Frutti into the batter.

Add the above batter to the cake mould you had set aside, tab the cake mould to release air bubbles and baje the cake in the oven with 180 Celcius for 45min or untill skewer inserted into the middle of the cake comes out clean . After 20min remove the cake from tin and leave it to cool completely.

Can keep this cake up to 3 to 4 days.

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