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Ragi Chocolate Cake

Ragi Chocolate Cake is a wonderful dense cake made using millet flour and devoid of any gluten. This eggless cake, gluten free cake is a perfect snack when craving something chocolaty. It’s quick to prepare and uses easily available ingredients.

In complicated or a fancy way you may call it Gluten Free, Eggless, Super dense Cocoa & Finger Millet Cake 🙃
Whatever you may refer to it but finally I have found a #ragicake recipe that’s for keeps.

Simply decadent, rich in cocoa is a must make and try for chocolate lovers. If you haven’t eaten a pure ragi cake before then it might take a bite or two to get accustomed to the flavor and feel but later there’s no stopping.

I am also thrilled to have tried my hands on an eggless cake that uses flaxseeds as the egg substitute, something I was wanting to try for long. Flaxseed powder forms gel when mixed with water and the flaxseed gel works wonderful as a raising agent in cake batters.
The batter texture is smooth and results in a cake which is soft. So if you are looking for an eggless cake recipe that uses a healthy egg substitute then let your search end here.

Overall am very happy with the way this millet cake turned out that too without using egg or any cake flour.

You definitely must give this recipe a try!

Ragi Chocolate Cake Recipe

Millet Cake

1 cup Ragi flour
½ cup cocoa powder
1tsp baking powder
¼ tsp salt
2 tbsp flax seed powder
½ cup castor sugar
½ cup oil
¼ cup honey
1 tsp Vanilla essence
½ cup water

1) Sift Ragi flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt together.

2) Mix flaxseed powder along with 4 tablespoons water to form a smooth paste. Keep it aside to form gel.

3) In a mixing bowl, add sugar, oil, honey, vanilla essence and water. Mix well.

4) Add in the flaxseed gel and mix well.

5) Fold in the remaining ingredients to form a smooth batter.

6) Pour the batter in a greased 6 x 4 inch baking tray and place in a pre-heated oven.

7) Bake the cake at 170 C for approximately 30mins.

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