Now if you are looking for an eggless cake that is sure to impress your taste buds, this eggless mawa cake is just right for you with home-made mawa too.
I feel homesick during this time of the year. Reminiscing the old memories down the lane, Durga puja was one such special occasion where I would eagerly wait for the stores to unveil their latest trends and style. It was a fabulous opportunity for me to bargain with my parents to revamp my existing wardrobe. No matter how much they crib and cringe, I would be so excited and chasing the tailor and reminding him umpteen times that Puja is round the corner !!!
Soon after the Durga Puja, we Odiya's wait patiently for the full moon to celebrate kumar - Purnima. Again an opportunity to wear new clothes and accessories. I reckon things don't change as we grow up.
I still want to go for shopping during this time of the year and follow the trend.... Only thing is that I hate seeing myself in the change room and wish for couple of sizes lower.... Well certain likings and tastes have changed but the festive feelings remains the same no matter where you reside. Going to Mataji 's temple and worshipping the goddess feels so fascinating. The radiant face of devi Maa is a joyous moment to cherish.
During this auspicious moment I am sharing a beautiful eggless mawa cake recipe adapted from Chefinyou. I have made this eggless mawa cake on several occasions and it is a keepsake for me to impress guests who prefer eggless cakes.
HOW TO INSTANT MAWA AT HOME
You will need
3/4 cup full fat milk powder
1 tablespoon ghee
1/2 cup milk .
Stir all the ingredients together and microwave for couple of minutes or more to get a dough consistency. Set aside in the refrigerator for 30 minutes and mawa is ready.