HOW TO MAKE A NIGERIAN CAKE
SKILL LEVEL - BEGINNER
This signature sturdy Nigerian cake is one I always enjoy eating even without buttercream. It’s so delicious, moist & firmer than the American moist cake. A lot of Nigerians prefer this cake more than the American cake.
20:58 MINUTES OF INSTRUCTION
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
You will learn how to bake a Nigerian cake
You will learn how to smoothly remove cake from pan
Introduction of ingredients - 0:12
Lining pans with butter & flour - 2:08
Cream margarine & sugar - 4:33
Adding in flour & egg mixture - 10:21
Pouring in batter into pans - 16:59
Bringing baked cake out of pan - 19:04
2 cups sugar
5 cups flour
1 Tbsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 small pinch nutmeg
1 capful vanilla essence
1 capful butterscotch
1 cup milk
1 tsp oil
Measure out all ingredients
Sift flour 2 times to incorporate air
Put all dry ingredients together
Break eggs into a bowl & beat. Add flavors, milk & oil into eggs.
Cream margarine and sugar in mixing bowl until creamy and fluffy
Add half of your egg mixture to the cream. Mix in on low speed
Add half of flour gradually, folding in on low speed
Add remaining egg and mix -Add remaining flour and mix
Grease pan and dust with flour
Pour in cake batter
Preheat oven at 350F -Check after 30 mins for a small cake, or after 1 hour for a large cake.
Keep checking until cake is baked.
Check by using a skewer stick. When it comes out clean, it’s ready.
P.S- You can purchase the vanilla essence & butterscotch flavor in the shop section of this site.
HOW TO MAKE VANILLA BUTTER CREAM
VANILLA BUTTERCREAM INGREDIENTS
-1/2 cup unsalted butter (softened-room temperature)
-2 cups confectioners sugar
-2 Tablespoon milk (room temperature)
-1 teaspoon vanilla extract