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Ingredients

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Eggs – 3
Sugar – 1 cup (200 g)
Milk – 8 ½ oz (250 ml)
Vegetable Oil – ½ cup (120 ml)
Vanilla Extract – 1 tbsp
Baking Powder – 2 tsp
Wheat Flour – 2 cups (250 g)
Cocoa Powder – 2 tbsp
Butter – to grease the pan
Dark Chocolate – for decoration Melted
Chocolate Chips – for decoration

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Marble Bundt Cake on the Stovetop

Marble Bundt Cake on the Stovetop

Features:
  • Vegetarian
  • 55 min
  • Serves 8
  • Medium

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Want to make a bundt cake but don’t have the right pan? Or maybe you are looking for a dessert recipe that doesn’t require an oven? In both cases, this marble bundt cake recipe will most definitely win you over!

To make this delicious stovetop dessert, you don’t need any special kitchen equipment, only a frying pan, and a glass. And a beautiful combination of vanilla and chocolate batters makes each slice of this cake not only delicious but also unique.

Steps

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In a large bowl beat the eggs with sugar using a mixer. Add in the vanilla extract, vegetable oil, 1 cup (240 ml) of milk, flour and beat to combine. Add in the baking powder.

2
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Divide the batter into two parts. Add the rest of the milk and sifted cocoa powder to one of the parts. Beat with a mixer.

3
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Grease a frying pan with butter and dust with flour. Place a glass in the center of the pan. Add the two batters to the pan making swirls.

4
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Place the pan over low heat. Cover with a lid and a towel and cook for 40 minutes.

5
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Check if the cake is ready using a wooden skewer. Cover the pan with a platter and flip the cake over. Drizzle with melted chocolate and decorate with chocolate chips.

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Lisa

Like many people nowadays, I love to explore new places. My favorite type is slow travelling, when you can really blend in with locals and learn about new cultures and languages. But I think there are also perfect times for enjoying freshly baked pastry, a cup of fragrant coffee, and a good movie in the comfort of your own home. I guess I'm kind of a cultural omnivore, and I watch different types of movies, but the ones about art and food inspire me the most!

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