The quiet comfort of a pressure cooker cake4 min read . Updated: 19 Jun 2020, 03:45 PM IST
An age-old baking technique that silently thrived in kitchens with frequent power outages witnesses a spectacular revival
It was late in the afternoon and I had just finished baking a cake for my parents’ anniversary in a sturdy pressure cooker. Outside the kitchen window, thick, black kaalbaisakhi nor’wester clouds had started gathering. Inside, the sweet scent of the gondhoraj lebu cake began wafting. One whiff, and I was back to the summer afternoons when I would watch my mother bake in her trusted Hawkins pressure cooker.
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