Narsimhadev Apple Cinnamon Cake


1. All purpose flour(Maida) – 2 cups
2. Salt - a pinch

3. Baking powder - 2 tsp

4. Baking soda - 2 tsp

5. Butter, melted - 1/2 cup
6. Powdered sugar - 3/4 cup

7. powdered cinnamon - 1 ½ tsp
8. Cardamom powder – 1 tsp
9. Vanilla essence - 1 tsp

10. Milk - half cup

11. Apple – 2, peeled and grated

1. Sieve all purpose flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda together and keep it aside. 
2. Melt butter and beat in the powdered sugar until it becomes soft and  fluffy.

3. Now add the cardamom and Cinnamon powder and vanilla essence to it and beat it until it mixes evenly.

4. Add milk and beat it till it is soft and creamy.
5. Peel the skin of the apple and grate it. 
6. Add the grated apple to the batter and beat it for just a min. 
7. Now add the flour mixture and mix until it gets incorporated and forms a thick batter. 
8. Preheat the oven to 180°C.
9. Line a cake tin with parchment paper and grease it. Pour in the batter into the mould and bake in 180°C for 50-60 mins. Test with a warm knife, it should come out clean.

10. Remove from oven and allow the cake to cool on wire rack for a while.

11. Cut the cake in half and ice with ¼ cup grated apples mixed with 1 cup butter cream icing.

12. Decorate the sides with plain white icing with tube number 2010. (has 3 holes in it), add the pillar and the statue.

13. Serve to Lord  Narsimhadev and partake the mercy!

Narsimha  body, pillar and  throne.

  1. The throne was made by joining 16 glucose biscuits with cream. ( The back of the throne can be made from graham cracker biscuits cut in semi circle)
  2. Narsimhadevs body was made with a combination of Fondant and Gum paste and then painted with edible brown colour. The hands and legs were joined to the body with the help of  toothpicks and dowels. The nails were painted with edible red colour.  The  dhoti , dupatta , facial hair was made with butter icing using  tube  number 21.  False eyes were stuck. The whiskers were made from coloured toothpicks.
  3. Plastic pillars were used. ( pillars can be made from gumpaste/fondant  too )
  4. The floor was iced with ¼ cup grated apples mixed with 1 cup butter cream icing and covered with  thin pretzels in Criss cross pattern. 

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