Raisin Butter Cake Using Airfryer

December 30, 2014 1 Comments A+ a-


I have never baked a cake before, let alone in the airfryer. I also rather use premix packs to test my new machine and better understand the settings too. Not so sayang if I end up with a burnt cake after all the hard work if I had baked a cake from scratch :P

I finally came across the White Wings Sultana Butterloaf and it looked like a good choice. It promised to be  moist buttery cake filled with sultanas.

Source: White Wings

Here's the easy peasy recipe, adapted for the airfryer:

Recipe
Yield: two 5" inch

Ingredients
1 Pack White Wings Sultana Butter Loaf
1 egg
80g margarine spread or soft butter
150ml milk
Optional: walnuts for the extra crunch
 

Directions
1. Preheat the airfryer at 160 degrees, 5 min. Grease the baking pans.

2. Mix all ingredients together until the mixture is smooth and wel-combined.


3. Airfry for 30 min. Test its doneness using a toothpick. If it's ready, the toothpick should come out clean. Otherwise, continue for another 5 min.


 
4. The cake is now ready to be served!


Verdict: Yes, the premix pack is really convenient and easy. Generous servings of raisins too.

Btw, I found some recipes on the White Wings website. The instructions look quite clear. Give them a try!


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Daisy
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13 September 2015 at 04:53 delete

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