24 April 2012

Pandan Chiffon Cake


This is another overdue post... a light and airy chiffon cake. On Good Friday, our Life Group had a picnic at Jurong West Ave 3 open space area. I baked this pandan chiffon cake and prepared some salmon spread sandwishes to bring along. The texture of the chiffon cake is... super soft, it is tall, light and airy the kids and adults like it very much.  


  


Recipe adapted from Carol's Vanilla Milk Chiffon Cake with minor changes 
Ingredients for flour mixture:
6 egg yolks
30g fine sugar
60g olive oil
120g top flour
6 tbsp milk
1 tsp pandan paste (screwpine essence/paste)
a few drops vanilla essence

Ingredients for meringue:
6 egg whites
60g fine sugar
1 tsp lemon juice

Step:
1. Add fine sugar and egg yolks, whisk until well mix.
2. Add olive oil, sieve in flour alternate with milk in batches. Add pandan paste. Stir until mixture is smooth.
3. In the mixing bowl, whisk egg whites until bubbles, add in lemon juice and sugar. Whisk until the meringue is stiff peak.
4. Add 1/3 of meringue into the egg yolks mixture, mix well. Fold in the rest of meringue in another two batches.
5. Pour the mixture into baking pan. Knock the baking pan on the worktop to release trap bubbles in the battter.
6. Place the baking pan into oven, bake at 170C for 50 mins.
7. When cake is baked. Take it out from oven and turn it upside down immediately. Cool completely before dislodge the cake from mould.

20 comments:

  1. wow! so green and pretty! looks so soft and yummy!! (:

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  2. tze I can tell from the pic the chiffon is super soft leh! Nice one! These few days chiffon is on the trend lots of blogger friends posted chiffon including me hehe.

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  3. i love the colour.. i am going to try that on the weekend.

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  4. There's a very nice green tone there and can tell, the cake indeed looks so tender and soft.. pandan chiffon is a good old tradition that will never go out of fashion, isn't it...

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  5. your chiffon look so nice, you have just reminded me that i have so long did not bake a pandan chiffon..

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  6. pandan chiffon is so famous among our blogger friends...i hope to bake one some day too...:)

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  7. I want to try making this 1 day, so pandan chiffon cake, wait for me! Your friends are also very lucky, able to try this cake & the sandwich with salmon spread!

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  8. Nice bake, Tze! I can feel the softness of the chiffon cake :)

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  9. 让人百吃不厌的班兰戚风,我也是它的拥趸,给我一大片吧!

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  10. 我好懒惰弄PANDAN汁
    所以这个7风一直还没出现在我家
    呵呵:)

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  11. this is a beautiful chiffon and looks so fluffy!!

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  12. I like the nice green colour of the chiffon cake. I notice you didn't use coconut milk in this chiffon. Very healthy!

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  13. Your chiffon cake looks perfect! I could eat a few slices at one sitting, love it!

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  14. I missed this kind of cake. Haven't been baking much of it for ages.
    Anyway, hoep you're having a lovely day dear.
    Kristy

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  15. Wow! I love the beautiful green on this cake! Looks so light and fluffy! Great job!

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  16. Ah Tze, I love the hue!!!!! soooooo pretty and that texture is to die for.

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  17. I love pandan chiffon and have yet to make one at home. The texture of your chiffon is superb! Wish I make it, it will be as perfect as yours.

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  18. hi.it is always enjoyable to look at your blog.may i know what is the size of the chiffon cake tin to bake this cake? thank you ^^

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    1. hi Yukari thanks for visiting my blog. the size of the chiffon tin is 22cm. happy baking!

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