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Buttermilk Biscuit cake recipe with mango frosting, how to make biscuit cake using condensed milk

Priya Joshi | May 23, 2016 | 9 Comments so far

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 Buttermilk Biscuit cake with Mango frosting recipe-Step by step pictures 
I am very thankful to blogging and you my readers.Yes,after my mom and hubby, you all are my inspiration. Your reactions motivates me to try NEW recipes without any fear. I have also failed in my number of experiments but i keep trying and trying again. Here is one another experiment i wanted to share." Biscuit cake recipe using condensed milk and buttermilk."
I learn cake recipe from my mummy but i never saw any use of buttermilk in her cake recipes. Last couple of weeks i have searched some recipe which uses buttermilk.

I have shared my previous version which was quite simple. But this time i have used Amul condensed milk for sweetness and buttermilk as well.
There is a key part in this recipe- I have cooked this cake using Standard steamer.So if you don't have microwave ,you don't need to worry. Because i am using biscuit powder here, this biscuit requires less time to cook then ordinary cake.
This is very easy biscuit cake and the motto behind the recipe is " Anyone can cook".
I have used amul whipping cream for frosting and Alphonso mango to give my frosting a classic mango flavor. I have also tried glazed  spider work for the very first time. i didn't follow authentic glaze recipe. Just use thick mango pulp as a glaze here. I hope you will appreciate it.

I have shared Eggless vanilla cake in pressure cooker and microwave biscuit cake recipe before on blog. You can check  for your reference.
Now, here i am presenting  third way to bake a cake which i guess perfect fro beginners like me. I think Baking is not difficult but you need to careful with your measurements.

Recipe Details for making Buttermilk Biscuit Cake below:

  Buttermilk biscuit cake Recipe-how to make easy biscuit cake

Prep Time :15 min
Cook Time : 20-25 min
Total Time :35- 40 min
Main Ingredient : Biscuits
Serves : 500 gm cake approx
Cuisine :Latin American

Ingredients:
  • 1.5 cup - biscuit powder ( I have used parleG and good-day)
  • 3 tbsp- butter
  • 1/4 cup- butter milk
  • 1/2 cup- Milk
  • 1/4 cup - Amul mithai mate[ as per your taste]
  • 1/4 tsp- baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp-baking powder
Ingredients for Mango frosting:
  • 1 small pack - Amul whipping cream
  • 1/4 cup - mango pulp [approx]
  • 2 vanilla essence drops
  • 1 cup- powdered sugar/icing sugar [approx] 
Ingredients for Mango Glaze: 
  • 1/2 cup- Mango pulp [approx]
    Method for frosting: 
    1. Take a large mixing bowl.
    2. Transfer all whipping cream from packet into that.
    3. Slowly add sugar powder and start whipping it.
    4. Whip the cream using blender or whipper until fluffy.Your whipping cream should be in dropping consistency.
    5. Add 2 drops of vanilla essence to avoid creamy smell.
    6. When cream doubles in consistency and gain light and fluffy volume,add Mango pulp and mix well.
    7. Keep the cream in refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours so that it can set properly. 
    Method for cake: 
    1. Grease your cake mold with butter or oil. you can also line the mold with butter paper and then grease the butter paper with oil or butter. sprinkle some biscuit powder as well.
    2. Now take butter and Whisk it in  another mixing bowl.after 5 min you will get nice smooth butter texture.There is no need to heat it.
    3. Add the Condensed milk to the butter. stir and Whisk well. 
    4. Now add milk and buttermilk,baking soda,baking powder in bowl mix it well with condensed milk.
    5. Add powdered biscuits and make a fine lump-free batter.
    6. Pour the batter in the greased baking mold. shake and tap the sides of the pan so that air bubbles are released.
    7. Place a steamer on gas and Preheat for 5 minutes on high flame.
    8. Now, keep the flame in low and place the Mold with the cake batter carefully inside the Steamer.
    9. Close the Steamer.It will take 20 to 25 minutes for the cake to be done.
    10. Check it by inserting a wooden toothpick in the center of the cake, if it comes out clean, your cake is done, otherwise cook for some more time. (Mine took 20 min)
    Assembling: 
    1. Let your cake cool down completely. Un-mold your cake on plate.
    2. Remove extra cake from upper surface to make a neat and kinda straight surface.Don't throw the extra cake.
    3. Cover your cake with mango icing.
    4. Make a fine crush of remaining cake. add some biscuits as well if require.
    5. Sprinkle OR cover cake's lower part with cake crumbs.
    6. Take a disposable piping bag and fill the bag with mango pulp.Make a small cut at the end.
    7. Make some pattern on the cake.( i am using tooth pick here to make a pattern.)
    8. Serve chilled.   
    Notes: 
    • At first try, if you find it hard to get perfect whipped cream consistency, Put you cream in refrigerator for an hour and then start whipping it again. It will be ready in  10 min .



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    9 comments

    1. Mangoes + biscuits + buttermilk = a beautiful cake? Wow! Count me in!

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    2. cake from biscuits? Wow! interesting... I love that mango frosting.. yumm!!

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    3. Delicious cake using biscuits, loving the frosting..

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    4. I love biscuit cake and frosting of mangoes looks so yummilicious..love your idea dear using condensed milk into cake...pass me the slice of cake please :)

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      1. he he he... jolly you are always welcome

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    5. I love that mango pulp!!! Great way to decorate a cake.

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    6. This looks irresistible... mango cake with buttermilk... sounds too good. Enjoying reading through your blog!

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