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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Cityblog Feature: Amita Nene's Yummy Expressions

Amita Nene's Yummy Expressions

The Cookie Donut Cake…

Its holidays!!! Exams are over and I am sure many of you have planned some chilling out at cool destinations to get reprieve from the scorching sun. It’s almost summer time - it going to be hot hot hot outside and so, we have plans to do some cool cool cool stuff inside! Exams done and kids are livening up the home; life is suddenly full of some really amazing things –bicycle rides, slumber parties, popsicles, homemade ice creams, lazy breakfasts, movie outings, eat outs with friends and……. Some ‘out of the box’ culinary experiments.....
And this one here is for the kids and by the kids!
My kids were eagerly waiting for the pre-summer break; they wanted to try their hands at creating some awesome dishes themselves. They now feel all grown up and want to try out many things that grown- ups do. They could work 

on this one independently and they totally rocked it.  Their creation was a totally gorge worthy, absolutely delicious and unbelievably yummy “Cookie Donut Cake”.
To get going with your Cookie Donut Cake, you need is just…..
One 125g pack of Chocolate chips cookies
One 125g pack of plain glucose biscuits
1 to 1 ½ cup milk
1 teaspoon of Baking soda or a 5g sachet of plain ENO
Preheat the oven for 10 minutes at 160 degrees Celsius.
Put all the cookies and biscuits in a grinder and make into a powder. Transfer to a large mixing bowl. Add milk in small quantities while stirring to make a thick paste. If your little one is the chef here, you will need to oversee the quantity of milk being poured into the mixture and adjust the quantity to make sure the paste doesn’t become too thin.
Add the baking soda or ENO and blend well. Transfer the mixture to a donut shaped baking tin. You may want to lightly grease the bottom and sides of the tin with unsalted butter.
Bake for about 15-20 min. Do the fork/ knife dip test. Once the knife comes out clean your cake is done.
Turn it upside down on a flat plate and allow it to cool. Decorate the cake as you like!

Rediscover yourself with your very own COOKIE CAKE with some ingenious toppings and sprinkles.  
And don’t forget me to invite for a piece of your Yummy Expressions…..

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