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Valentine's Day Made Special with Midea

Creativity and surprise are essential to make Valentine's Day celebration with your love one extra special. Luckily, there's Midea to help you out in whipping up a delectable cake for your sweetheart.


Here's a simple cake recipe using a pressure cooker.

Ingredients for Yellow Cake
1 pack   Yellow Cake Mix (Maya Decadence 520g)
1 cup + 1 tablespoon water
3 eggs
1/3 cup vegetable oil
Instruction:
1.  Mix all the ingredients in a bowl until well blended.
2. Pour the mixture into the pressure cooker pot.
3. Select the bake function. Cook for 45 minutes. Check doneness of the cake with the toothpick test. If the toothpick comes out clean, the cake is ready otherwise let it bake for a couple more minutes.
4. Remove the pot from the cooker. Gently invert the cake onto a cooling rack or plate.
5. Top with powdered sugar or frosting, if desired.

Midea’s mission to provide happiness by making home life harmonious is evident in the appliances they manufacture. A global brand that has taken pride on their understanding of what people need to make their lives more convenient, Midea makes sure integrated research and high-quality manufacturing process are executed on each unit. Midea’s Pressure Cooker is no exception.
Midea Pressure Cooker is built to provide quick, easy, and healthy meals. Its Thermal Circulation Technology provides even heating and it also comes with 7 levels of pressure for quick, effortless cooking.
Additionally, the appliance is equipped with a 10-Dimensional Protection System that ensures the user’s safety and 12 pre-programmed functions that make cooking a particular meal even more stress-free. To top it all off, Midea Pressure Cooker promotes a healthier way of eating by locking in nutrients during the cooking process.

This sweet Valentine's Day surprise is not expensive but is extra special. I'm sure your sweetheart will agree.

Midea website --- midea.com.ph
Facebook page --- facebook.com/MideaPhilippines



the kitchen goddess 

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