Powdered sugar—2 table spoon
Refined oil—2 table spoon
Maida or refined wheat flour—3 table spoon
Baking powder—half tea spoon
Baking soda—half tea spoon
Liquid milk—4 table spoon
Tutti-fruitti or raisins—a fistful
In a mixing bowl, beat the egg, sugar, and refined oil. Then add the maida, baking powder, baking soda, liquid milk and beat nicely. Then rub a little dry maida over the tutti-fruitti and add to the batter and mix slightly.
Take two steel glasses. Rub a little refined oil or ghee inside the glasses and sprinkle dry maida evenly. Ensure that a fine coating of dry maida is protecting the insides of the glasses. Now pour the batter equally into the glasses. Top it with tutti-fruitti or raisins rubbed with dry maida or you can even skip the topping.
Preheat a cooker with a stand inside for 10 minutes. Remove the gasket and whistle before preheating. Keep the flame on low. Clean the exterior of the glasses and put them inside the cooker on the stand. Cover the cooker. Be careful while placing the glasses inside because the cooker will be hot. After 35 minutes, open the cooker and your glass cakes are ready. Keep the flame on low during this entire cooking period.
This method will help those mothers who do not own an oven to make a cake.