Tricolor Pineapple Marble Cake

About the Recipe

Do try this yummy pineapple flavor marble cake without eggs and an oven. It is perfect for any celebration, especially Republic Day and Independence Day. Without having to do any additional cleanup, Oddy Ecobake enables you to achieve the ideal shape for your cake.

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  • Maida or Refined flour- 1 cup+ 1/4 cup or-180 g approx
  • Refined oil- 1/4 cup or 50 ml & Sugar- 1/2 cup+ 2 tbsp or 150g
  • Milk- 1/2 cup +1/4 cup or 150 ml & Pineapple essence- 1/2 tsp
  • Orange & Green liquid food colour-6-7 drops each
  • Vinegar- 1 tsp, Baking powder- 1 tsp & Baking Soda- 1/4 tsp
  • Oddy Ecobake



  • Grind together the wet ingredients in a mixer jar and transfer the mixture to a bowl. Add the dry ingredients to the same bowl through a sieve. Combine the wet ingredients and dry ingredients to prepare the cake batter.
  • Divide the cake batter into three equal portions in three bowls. Add the orange colour to one of the bowls and mix well to prepare the orange batter. Add green food colouring to one of the remaining bowls to make green batter.
  • Take another bowl, add 1/3rd of the orange batter to the mould line with Oddy Ecobake, and tap well. Add 1/3 cup of white batter to the orange batter. Tap the mould to remove the air bubbles and spread the batter.
  • Add 1/3 of the green batter and tap it well to spread it. Repeat this process until all three batters are transferred completely to the cake mould. Make a spiral design on the cake batter using a toothpick.
  • Bake the cake for 30 minutes in a preheated kadai. Once the cake is baked and cooled, demold it. Remove the Oddy Ecobake. Cut the cake into small pieces and enjoy.
  • In the meantime, put the water for boil for placing the dhokla batter for steaming. Now pour the batter in the tray and pat the base to settle the batter equally. Sprinkle little red chilli powder on the batter.
  • Place the dhokla batter tray on the water. Cover it and let it steam for 10-15 minutes. After 12 minutes, check with a toothpick. If the toothpick comes clean, then dholkla is ready to be served.

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Madhavi is a homemaker from Jamshedpur. Through her channel, she aims to share quick and easy recipes. She tries to use common things available in the kitchen in most of her recipes.

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