Step by Step to Prepare Delicious Smoked Superfood Cake with Avocado and Walnut Custard

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Smoked Superfood Cake with Avocado and Walnut Custard.

Smoked Superfood Cake with Avocado and Walnut Custard You can cook Smoked Superfood Cake with Avocado and Walnut Custard using 19 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you make that.

Ingredients of Smoked Superfood Cake with Avocado and Walnut Custard

  1. It’s of For Cake.
  2. It’s of Sorghum flour.
  3. Prepare of Other flours eggshells, pumpkin seed, papaya seed, avocado seed.
  4. You need of Wholemeal wheat flour.
  5. It’s of Extra fibre from crushed corn cobs, seed husks, etc.
  6. You need of combined flour and fibre 3 small cups. Experiment proportions.
  7. It’s 2 of free range eggs.
  8. You need 1/2 teaspoon of herbal salt.
  9. You need 1 teaspoon of tea masala.
  10. You need 3/4 cup of vegetable oil.
  11. You need 3/4 cup of sugar.
  12. You need 1 tablespoon of baking powder.
  13. You need of Traditional kitchen oven.
  14. It’s of For Custard.
  15. You need 1 of whole avocado (organic).
  16. Prepare To taste of sugar.
  17. You need 1 cup of organic milk and more to adjust thickness.
  18. You need 4 pieces of walnut.
  19. You need of Blender.

Smoked Superfood Cake with Avocado and Walnut Custard step by step

  1. Be cooking something else in your traditional kitchen. Oven uses open fire..
  2. Mix your cake batter the conventional way. No complicated technique needed..
  3. Grease a cake pan or sufuria, put your batter in it and place in the open fire oven. It will acquire a smoky flavour. You can try it in a smoker. Here is the finished product..
  4. Let the cake cool inside this traditional cupboard (it has a way of imparting a woodiness on food) before turning it out of the sufuria or cake pan..
  5. To serve, blend the avocado, milk, sugar and walnuts with a little herbal salt and pour over a piece of fibery goodness..
  6. Trust me, it's delicious. Take it from a foodie! Even the old guys loved it! Try replace the sugar with honey..

recipe by Grace's Lab @cookpad