Microwaving and Grilling your Cake
The traditional baking in OTG can be a little time consuming. This recipe takes advantage of the microwave, generally available in all the modern kitchens. The cake's preparation is far less time consuming, it is fluffy even though it's eggless, and doesn't involve any kind of egg substitute.
However, microwaving is not same as baking. Some important differences include -
1. The layer of your batter in baking (microwaving) dish should be as thin as 1/2 inch for uniform baking.
2. There won't be a brown layer on the top of your cake, you might want to try grilling after the cake is microwaved.
3. Depending upon your microwave brand, batter consistency etc. the time for microwaving and grilling might vary, so you'll have to be a little careful, and check frequently for the first few times you try the recipe. Even 30 seconds of extra baking can convert your cake to brick.