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Oreo Mug Cake | Winter Is Coming | How To Make Mug Cake | Eggless Oreo Cake Recipe | Varun

Jan 14, 2021

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Oreo Mug Cake | Winter Is Coming | How To Make Mug Cake | Eggless Oreo Cake Recipe | Varun

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Learn how to make Oreo Mug Cake with our Chef Varun Inamdar in our series “Winter Is Coming”

Are you craving a cake and don’t want to wait any longer? Then this is the recipe for you. A mug and a few ingredients will get you a delicious cake that would leave you wanting for more. This delicious and mouth-watering Oreo mug cake is something you must surely try.

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Ingredients

Oreo Mug Cake Ingredients:
– 1/4 cup White Chocolate (finely chopped)
– 4 tbsp Milk
– 1/2 tsp Oil
– Salt
– 4 tbsp Refined Flour
– 4-5 Oreo Biscuits (crushed)
– White Chocolate (finely chopped)
– Oreo Biscuits (crushed)

– White Chocolate (finely chopped)
– Oreo Biscuits (crushed)

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A cake in a mug (more commonly known as a mug cake) is a variant that gained popularity on many Internet cooking forums and mailing lists. The technique uses a mug as its cooking vessel and can be done in a microwave oven. The recipe often takes fewer than five minutes to prepare. The cake rises by mixing vegetable oil (usually olive oil or sunflower oil) into a mixture of flour and other ingredients – as the oil in the mixture heats up, it creates air pockets in the mixture which allows the cake to quickly rise.

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