Thursday, December 11, 2014

Everyone's Favorite - Tutti Frutti Cake

I was completely craving to have this one since long time! Searching for the tutti frutti (DRY Cherries) in USA is a big thing. I have been to plenty of stores here but they were having the Fruit Cake Mix Peels which contained 'High Fructose Corn Syrup' which is highly not recommended. Finally, got it from Indian Store and look at those lovely beauties which says 'Christmas is Round the Corner' 







Very Simple Recipe to follow - 
  • 1 1/2 cup - All Purpose Flour 
  • 1 cup - Plain white yogurt
  • 1 tsp - Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp - Baking Soda
  • 4 tbsp - Olive oil or any other vegetable oil
  • 1 tsp - Vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup - Powdered Sugar
  • 1/2 cup - Tutti Frutti
  • 6-7 cashews
  • Pinch of Salt

Method:



  1. Sieve the flour, salt, baking powder, sugar and baking Soda. Keep aside.
  2. Add 1 tbsp of Maida into tutti frutti and mix it so that it doesn't stick into the pan at bottom.
  3. Beat the curd with whisk very lightly! 
  4. Add vanilla extract and oil into the flour. Preheat the oven at 350 F
  5. Start adding curd little by little into the flour. Whisk it well but slowly. Now add tutti frutti and cashews into it and fold it with spatula. 
  6. Grease the loaf pan and pour batter into it. Bake it for 35-40 minutes.
  7. Check with toothpick if it comes out clear, you are all SET!! 



32 comments:

  1. Very tempting. Loved this eggless version.

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    1. Thanks a lot Amarendra :) Do share the picture on jainfoodrecipes@gmail.com when you try it out :)

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    1. Hi Malikgirl 06,

      Sieve sugar along with the flour, baking soda and powder. Later add oil after vanilla extract. Let me know if you face any other doubts :)

      Thanks,

      Jaintadka :)

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  3. What is vegetable oil?

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    1. Dear Anonymous,

      Vegetable oil is any cooking oil you use for daily use.

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  4. Nice recipe! Thanks for posting.
    Can you suggest an alternative to cashews? TIA, Gouri

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    1. Dear Anonymous,

      There is no substitute of cashews. You can omit it if you want!

      Thanks :)

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  5. Hi thanks for the recipe it looks yum..one question can I use same batter for cupcake..I wanted to do cupcake instead of bread shape..

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    1. Dear Janani,

      Most welcome and thanks for visiting :) I think you can use the same batter for cupcakes too. Try it out and share the picture with me on how it turned out!

      Thanks,

      JainTadka :)

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  6. Mouth watering!! Where can i find tutti frutti

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    1. Dear Anonymous,

      Thank you so much. If you are in USA you can find tutti frutti in walmart, kroger or any indian grocery store.

      Thanks,

      Jain Tadka :)

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  8. Hi,

    Very nice recipe I must say! My husband loves this cake. I wanna know, how important is baking soda? Will jus baking powder do? How thick the batter should be? If u can please post a pic of the batter.. Would be of great help.

    Thanks

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    1. Hi Ranjini,

      Thanks a lot for your lovely words! If your hubby loves it, then surprise him by baking this! No, baking soda is as important as baking powder as soda gives rise content! For the batter, it should be thick and of dropping consistency. Go through the tab of "Eggless Baking" and then check out the various cake recipes with step by step pics :) Hope this helps to you!

      Thanks,

      Jain Tadka :)

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    1. Dear A Shrikhande,

      You have to add cashews along with tutti frutty itself! Although, adding it is completely optional.

      Thanks,

      Jain Tadka :)

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  10. I tried this bread today and it turned out really good. Thanks for sharing the recepie.

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    1. Dear Anu,

      Wow!!!!!!!! Amazing :) :) :) I am glad you tried and worked out excellent. Please email me the photograph at jainfoodrecipes@gmail.com as I will be putting it up on my facebook page (www.facebook.com/jaintadka)

      Best Regards

      Jain Tadka

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  11. A failfroof recipe....just tried and came out perfect! Thanx for sharing

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  12. A failfroof recipe....just tried and came out perfect! Thanx for sharing

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  13. What should be the oven temp while baking?

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    1. Awesome Soumya :) Do share pics me on email at jaintadka@gmail.com

      Best Regards,
      Jain Tadka

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  15. made it today. it was really nice, husband loved it. will post pics on fb.

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    1. Hi Deepti,

      I am glad everybody loved it :) thanks for trying it out.

      Regards,
      Jain Tadka

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  16. Can we use butter instead of vegetable oil and it looks so yummy

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    1. Yes, you can use 1/2 cup butter instead of oil. Thank you :)

      JainTadka

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  17. Hi..Did you use normal curd or hung curd?

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    1. Hi Jerry,

      I used normal room temperature curd.

      Thanks,
      Jain Tadka

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  18. Can we make this in cooker and what changes need to be done??

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    1. Well, never tried in cooker. But you can search online for the cooker recipes.

      Sorry!

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