Thursday, 4 December 2014

Baking without Oven


How to bake without Oven? It has been the MOSTTT popular query now a days!! This post has been in drafts since a loooong time.... But I was so lazy to write until I promised one of my blog readers, that my next post will be baking without oven. So, I had to fulfill my promise now lol :P

I tried Chocolate Marble cake recipe without oven on stove-top, couple of months back.. and it was just PERFECT by grace of God!! Light, fluffy, with a beautiful texture as shown in pics. And the thing I love about baking without oven is that it takes less time compared to oven :)

Lets see how it goes :)


Things you need:

A rack
A deep steel pot with a lid
A medium sized pizza/cake pan
Any heavy weight

Method:

Step 1: First of all prepare the cake batter or pizza or any other baking recipe and place in the required baking pan, making sure that it fits your big pot :) Check my baking recipes HERE. I made medium sized Chocolate - marble cake without oven using this method.




Step 2: Now lets prepare our oven ;) Take a medium - sized deep empty, dry clean pot made of silver steel preferably & place a steel stand/rack in it.  P.S. The pot shouldn't be extra big. Or the cake won't bake properly.




Step 3: Next, cover the pot with a lid & preheat your pot on high heat for 10 minutes.




Step 4: Now, when your home made oven has got pre heated ;) open the lid VERY carefully with the help of kitchen towel, as the pot will be extremely hot both from inside & outside & place the cake/pizza pan on the rack carefully as shown. Make sure your hand doesn't touch any part of the HOT pot.





Step 5: Cover the lid after placing the cake/pizza pan & keep the heat high for 5 minutes.. and then lower the heat to medium & continue to bake for 20 minutes. Put a heavy weight on the pot while baking :)





Step 6: After 20 minutes check if the cake is done. Insert a skewer or knife to check & if it doesn't come out clean, close the lid again, and turn the heat high for 1-2 minutes to restore the lost heat & then to medium again for few more minutes until done.

Step 7: Remove the cake/pizza pan from the pot and allow it to cool.




Step 8: TaDaaaa.. You have got a perfect resulttt!! :)





Notes:

- If u don't have a stand, place stones all over the base at least 3 inches high or place any other tin.. to allow circulate air in the pot  :)
- Whenever you open the pan during baking (due to excitement lol)  turn the heat high for 1-2 minutes to restore the lost heat & then to medium again for few more minutes until done.
- For larger sizes bakes, it might take bit more time & for small sized bakes, less time. Above method is for medium size.
- You can bake in a pressure cooker too, BUT without the whistle placed on the cover.
- Use a tight lid pan or place a heavy weight on the pot.. to avoid air entering into the pot.
- Do not leave the cake in the pan after baking, as the pan will be hot, and it might make the cake dry :)
- PLEASE be careful while baking without oven. Use gloves.
- You can make anyyy baking recipe using this method.
- Baking time may vary according to the recipe, density of the batter, size & kind of the pot etc. But mostly it takes half of the time that takes in oven.





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Thanku for stopping by! Hope u enjoy this recipe :)

21 comments:

  1. wow mashallah... haffa :) your cake is really looking awesome as you have baked in an oven.. such a wonderful post :) i am loving it wow :)

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    1. Thanks Monu, yes this is a poerfectt method :)

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  2. A very useful post...Your cake looks soo good!!

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  3. def useful for those who want to bake ..

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  4. That's fabulous! Great to know, and the cake looks terrific.

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  5. Thanks alot for such a great recipe.

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  6. you are awesome.:)

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  7. You have explained it so well, I wish I could try my hands on this. unfortunately, I dont have a pan this deep so it would be difficult. But I have bookmarked the post, and will try very soon :)

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    1. Thanks Nupur for ur sweet comment :) If u have a pressure cooker you can try in that too :)

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  8. Thanx alot for steps but doesnt the pan burn without some water in it?

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    1. No dear it didn't burn at all, except few spots which u can see in some of the pics, which I took while baking.. This pot was made of silver steel. Anything of aluminium might burn.

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    2. These were too light and were removed by washing, as u can see the clean pot in first few pics, which I took after washing.

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