Friday, October 2, 2009

Pandan Chiffon Cake_Everyone can bake this !!!


This Pandan chiffon cake was done earlier, very ordinary chiffon, I'm sure you did better than me, I just like to keep a record in my blog for my future reference. Anyway, I changed a bit of the usual chiffon ingredients, equal volume of egg yolk and egg white(earlier I use more egg white), cake flour changed to self-raising flour, and I can see a difference after this change, the cake texture more firm compare to the previous one.





Basic Pandan Chiffon cake recipe:-

**for 20cm chiffon pan
A) 5 egg yolk (medium size), sugar 20g
B) corn oil 50g, Pandan water 70g
C) self raising flour 100g, pandan paste 1/4tsp
D) 5 egg white (medium size), sugar 70g, corn flour 10g

Simple steps:-
1. Whisk (A) till creamy
2. Add in (B) and mix well
3. Fold in (C) and mix well, set aside
4. Beat (D) till soft peak form
5. Fold in Egg white mixture into Egg yolk mixture, well combine.
6. Bake at pre-heat oven at 160c for 45mins

Do enjoy Baking !!!

42 comments:

ching said...

戚风戚风我的最爱。
尤其是班兰口味可说百吃不厌。

Nancymommy said...

大女儿最近很忙,等她空闲点就叫她学做这个蛋糕...哈哈!
祝你全家人中秋节快乐!:)

苏联妈妈 said...

你的戚风很美.原来可以把corn flour替代塔塔粉.I copy down your recipe lor...Thx
中秋节快乐!:)

Sonia said...

Ching, ya, this is everyone's favorite

Nancy, I need to quickly ask my daughter also learn this, so next time I just goyang kaki can have chiffon to eat. Wishing you and your family a Happy Mid Autumn too.

Abisulian, ya, corn flour just did perfect job to replace tartar, but remember to add corn flour at the end of beating.

~ 仪仪妈咪 ~ said...

哈哈。。。我就是失败的那个。。。唉。。。对烘焙好像还是怕怕。。。

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

Your pandan chiffon cake looks so nice. Wish you and your family members have a Happy and enjoyable Mid Autumn Festival.

Annie said...

Sonia, well done!!! must try your recipe one day!

charlotte said...

i like to eat chiffon cake especially pandan flavour..your home made chiffon cake like ppl sell in market..very nice..

Precious Pea said...

Can see how fluffy and light it is..good job! Hope to try it one day but wonder where i could get fresh pandan leaf here.

Jane Chew said...

a very success chiffon. Cheers!
I also made a chiffon dis afternoon but is a coffee chiffon :)

温馨小屋 said...

嘻嘻!我来吃咯!
祝你中秋节快乐!

ai wei said...

lovely, the easiest ever!

Sonia said...

YiYimummy, you should not give up, let me know if you need help from me, cheers.

HS Kitchen and Hobby,you too.

Annie, maybe you should ask Emily to bake for you.

charlotte,Thank you for your compliment.

Precious Pea, if no choice, just replace it with artificial colouring.

Jane,ok, I will try out coffee chiffon soon.Happy Mid Autumn to you.

Felvinc, Happy Mid Autumn to you and your family too.

Ai Wei, ya, the easiest chiffon. Happy Mid Autumn to you.

Bakeling said...

中秋月圆人团圆!

祝 你和家人中秋快乐 !

Palidor said...

That looks so tasty! I had never heard of pandan until I started blogging, and although I've looked, I've not been able to find pandan paste or anything pandan-related! Maybe I'm not looking in the right places.

Sonia said...

Bakeling, you too.

Palidor, actually you may omit pandan paste if you really couldn't get it, usually you can get this from the bakery ingredients shop.

~Rachel~ said...

your pandan chiffon looks just perfect..thanks for sharing^_^
and Happy Mid Autumn Festival to you and your family..^_^

Sonia said...

Rachel, Thanks for your lovely words. Happy Mid Autumn Festival to you and your family too. Cheers.

米亚 said...

Another easy yet sophisticated dessert/afternoon tea! I always wanna try your pandan chiffon but I couldnt fine pandan leave over here... what is the next best flavour?

Colin Woon said...

Pandan Chiffon!!! My all time favorite!

Perfecting the Chiffon recipe is definitely not easy, I know because I have to eat a few of my wife's Chiffon attempts hehehe...

Any new secret flavor you're experimenting? Durian Chiffon?! Hahaha...that might be a little weird...that's why I'm not a baker!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Perfect! My favorite cake!

Barbara said...

Chiffon cakes are my favorite. Yours turned out beautifully! My mother had an orange chiffon cake I adored.

Anncoo said...

I want to make this when I'm free :D

petite nyonya said...

It's always great to keep recipes on blog so that we will not 'lupa'. The many chiffons you've made always look so soft, light & spongy. I must try one day too!

Shandy said...

Sonia, YUM! I so want to bake this...Delicious and Beautiful!

TINTIN said...

中秋节快乐!!!

Annie said...

Sonia, thanks for sharing the recipe!! I baked yesterday but forgotten to take pic!! hehe it was great!! Very easy to bake and it's yummy!! yeah, will teach Emily to bake this... she learn to bake the basic sponge cake few years ago and was good!!

Annie said...

Sonia, you're tagged on my knitting blog!!

Sonia said...

Mia, another favorite from us is Marble Chocolate Chiffon, maybe you can try.

Colin,hmm, new flavour, please hold, still thinking, not so soon.

LCOM, Thanks.

Barbara, Thanks for dropped by, I have put your blog in my blog list.

Anncoo, ok.

Petite, when you gonna to try? show me the photo quickly.

Shandy, not sure you are able to get pandan at your place or not.

Tintin, Wish you and your family a Happy Mid Autumn Festival too.

Annie, Glad to hear that and I will check out your knitting blog. Thanks.

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

the texture look soft and fine !!

petrina said...

thanks for this too! LOL I always see so many things I want to make when I visit your blog!!

I can't cake flour here (maybe its called something else??!) so I've been putting off making chiffon cake, but this one uses self raising flour :) very happy!

Sonia said...

Beachlover's kitchen, Thank you.

Petrina, I'm glad you are able to try out this chiffon.

Anonymous said...

Need yr advice. How do u get the pandan water?

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia, so is cake flour or self-raising flour better for chiffon cake?
What is the pandan paste? Is it necessary in this recipe?

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia, I love your blog and has been following for quite some time.
But, this is the first time I write to you.

Want to bake the chiffon this weekend.
Can I pick your advice if I use all-purpose flour in this recipe, how much salt and baking powder should I add in?

Wish you a good day!
Liliana

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Liliana, try with 1/2tsp baking powder will do, sift flour and baking powder together .

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia

May I know how much pandan leaves you used to make 70g pandan water.
Thanks.
Angie

Renee said...

Hi Sonia, so is cake flour or self-raising flour better for chiffon cake? What is the pandan paste? Is it necessary in this recipe?

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia, if I wanna replace pandan paste with orange juice, how much should I put?

Can you please help to advise?
Thanks

jeslyn

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Jeslyn, if you want to make a orange chiffon, then omit the pandan paste, and replace pandan water with orange juices.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Sonia. I vry enjoy your blog and all your recipe you shared.Thanks a lot. I am the beginner so still have a lot to learn . I bake this Pandan chiffon cake and it was cracked. May I know what's wrong? Looking forward for your reply.
Thank again.

JL

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

JL, it is normal when you have a cracked chiffon cake, nothing is wrong.

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