Butter Scotch Cake


Mouth Tempting Cake

1 1/2 cup flour
2 eggs
1 1/2 cup sugar, powdered
3/4 cup butter
1 t-spoon Baking powder
1/4 t-spoon cooking soda
1/2 t-spoon vanilla extract
For butter frosting
1/3 cup butter or margarine
2 cups powdered sugar
2 table-spoon Cream
1/2 t-spoon vanilla extract
1 table-spoon hot water
How to make Butterscotch cake: First of all, Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Melt butter and put it in a large bowl, add sugar to the bowl and mash it properly such that sugar gets dissolved in butter, mash the mixture only clockwise direction for the complete recipe. Now, add eggs, first the white part only, mash it for a minute. then, add the yellow part, mash it again for a minute. Then, add flour, vanilla essence. Again mash the complete mixture now. Mash it properly now, for 5 mins. atleast so that no lumps remain. The more you mash the mixture the more softer resultant cake well be. Then, add baking powder and cooking soda and mix it properly again for a minute or two. Now, take a pan of microwave oven, grease the bottom and sides of the pan properly with 1 t-spoon butter. Put the batter in the pan and spread it properly. Now, start baking the cake. Bake it for 40 mins. If it still sticks after inserting a toothpick, increase the baking time. After 40 mins. or so hot Butterscotch cake will get ready. Take out the cake from oven and let it get cool at room temperature. Now, to prepare the butter frosting. Take a medium size pan and heat butter on it on low flame. As the butter starts turning brown, add the other ingredients of frosting, keep stirring the mixture for 2 mins. or till the mixture gets smooth. Turn off the heat and let the frosting gets cool. Now, frost the cake with layers of butter frosting. Serve chilled. Note - Always mash Butterscotch cake as much as you can in clockwise direction only.


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