Eggless Choco Guava tea Cake

  • Snacks
  • 6 Servings
  • 1Spicy
  • 45 minutesCook Time
  • Cuisine : International
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This is a perfect tea time snack or cake with the goodness of fruit Guava. This is aromatic and goes as a great accomplishment to the evening tea.


Guava puree (pulp) – 1½ cup Fresh Curds – ½ cup Sugar – 1¼ cup Maida/ Plain flour – 1¼ cup Fine semolina/ chiroti rava – ½ cup Baking soda – ½ tsp Salt – a pinch Nutmeg powder – ½ tsp Cocoa powder – 1 tsp Ghee/ butter - ¼ cup Lemon juice & zest – of 1 lemon


Convection Oven or Prestige Pressure Cooker, Cake tin, Mixer grinder/ Prestige blender, Mixing bowl, Spatula

Step By Step Method

  • Wash guavas, chop roughly and boil with ½ cup water. Allow cooling and blend using a juice making mixer jar. Extract only the juice using a juice strainer. Discard the seeds. You can add little water if needed to extract the juice completely. Take the above guava puree in a wide mixing bowl. Add curds, lemon juice, lemon zest and sugar to it. Mix well with a spatula. Add ghee and mix by stirring with the spatula. Now add dry ingredients one by one starting with fine semolina, give a quick mix so that it soaks in wet ingredient. Add maida or plain flour, cocoa powder, salt, nutmeg powder, baking soda & baking powder. Mix properly so that no lumps formed. Also all the ingredients should combine well. Set aside for two minutes. Grease a baking tin with a tsp of ghee/ butter. Preheat the oven at 180 deg Celsius. Pour the prepared cake batter into the greased tray. Bake it for 30-35 minutes in preheated oven (cooker) or until inserted fork comes clean. Allow the cake cooling and unmould from the tin. Cut and serve warm cake with tea/ milk.