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Anar Tres Le ches Cake

Anar Tres le ches cake



We all love the trending Tres le ches cakes, also Called the milk cake. This was a pure experiment that has been on my mind since a long time now. Ever since I have been seeing the famous Shabosphere's Classic Milk cake I wanted to try this makeover! No don't get terrified thinking of baking a cake. It is the easiest recipe and a piece of cake! Even if you don't have an oven you may do it over a stove top like how we do Kayi pola (click here to see instructions on how to prepare cake in a pan on stove top). 


A dessert with a Mexican origin, classic vanilla sponge cake (super fluffy and light) is soaked in three milks namely Evaporated milk, condensed milk and fresh milk. And finally finished off with a whipped cream layer that makes it creamier and adds to softness. And to give it a makeover I have tried incorporating Anar into this milk cake. Since Anar is known for how pretty, sweet and jewel like it looks I have always wanted  to try this combination. Though I did not achieve the desired color in the Tres le ches as the pome arils that I got were light in color. And the best ones with the best color is always of Indian Anar. Somehow this last time I could not get the good colored ones. I urge you to try with really nice red pome arils so that you can aquire the desired purple color. My 3 milk turned out be little dull than expected. But tasted delicious. If you love Anar milk - milkshake you are in for a treat!


To bring out the flavors of Anar I made a Compote using Anar juice and added pome arils to it. As anar (Pomegranate seeds) doesn't have a very strong flavor, it complements the cake very well. I love how you get little flavor Burts from the topping of pome arils while you enjoy the light and luscious cake. So I planned to make this Anar Tres le ches for Eid Al Adha. I am sure this Anar Milk Cake will be a show stopper!  Without further a do let's get started.


Ingredients :

  • 1 cup Cake Flour/ All purpose Flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 cup any no flavor vegetable oil
  • 1 cup Sugar (powdered) 
  • 4 Medium eggs
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Essence 
  • 1 small can rainbow Evaporated milk
  • 1/2 can condensed milk
  • 1 cup fresh milk
  • Nectar of one whole Anar
  • 1 sachet Dream whip (prepared according to package instructions) 

Anar topping

  • 1 small bottle Anar bottled juice
  • 1 tbsp Corn Flour (mixed in little Anae juice) 
  • 1 cup pome arils (Pomegranate seeds) 

Instructions :

  1. Preheat oven to 180°C. 
  2. In a bowl sift flour and baking powder and set aside. 
  3. Next beat the eggs and powdered sugar for around 4 minutes until pale, light and airy. 
  4. Next add in your vegetable oil and vanilla Essence. And beat until just combined. 
  5. Now slowly add your flour and baking powder mix 2 tbsp at a time and fold in gently.
  6. Now into a buttered baking tray pour the batter and bake for 35-40 minutes or until Toothpick inserted comes out clean. 
  7. Next prepare the milk by combining the Evaporated milk, condensed milk, fresh milk and your freshly pressed Anar nectar. (blitz the red pome arils in a mixer and strain to get the nectar). 
  8. Make holes using a skewer and pour the prepared milk once the cake has cooled.
  9. And allow to soak in the refrigerator at least for 6 hours. 
  10. Finally prepare the Anar Compote by mixing pome juice with cornflour and cooking on medium heat. Once almost cooled add in your pome aril seeds. 
  11. Prepare your whipped cream topping according to the package instructions. 
  12. Spread a nice layer of the whipped topping. 
  13. Finally drop in spoonfulls of the Anar Compote over the milk cake.
  14. And your Anar milk cake is ready to devour. 


Do try this recipe and don't forget to share your experience/feedback with me here in the comments or feel free to send me a mail. Also, do tag me at #taystedit if you try out my recipes on Facebook, Instagram etc so that I can see when you make it. ♡♡♡♡

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