Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Yogurt sponge cup cake with Mango mousse

I have so long did not bake this yogurt sponge cake, see my old post here. This is one of the cake that I learn to bake when I start interest on baking.
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-I like cake with fresh fruit, this cake tasted very refreshing, full of fruity flavours..the sponge cake is not too sweet and not oily at all, furthermore this cake can be store in the freezer, you can serve this as a dessert too.


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-The mango mousse was adapted from Happy Home Baking, but made little changes on it because I run out of yogurt, so i replaced it with yogurt drink.

Yogurt sponge cup cake with Mango mousse
(printable recipe)

Yogurt sponge cup cake
4 egg yolks (medium)
10g Castor sugar

4 egg whites (medium)
60g Castor sugar
1tsp corn flour

120g Natural yogurt (or other flavours)
60g Cake flour/Superfine flour
10g Corn flour
40g Corn oil

1) Beat egg yolks and sugar till thick and pale in color, add in yogurt and mix well, set aside.
2) Beat egg white until foamy, gradually add in sugar and continue beat till fluffy. Add in corn flour and beat till soft peaks.
3) Stir a big spoonful of egg whites mixture into the egg yolk batter and gently stir with hand whisk to lighten the batter.
4) Then with a spatula, scoop gradually the remaining egg whites mixture and fold well with egg yolk batter.
5) Sift cake flour and corn flour, and gradually fold into batter.
6) Last add in corn oil and fold gently into batter.
7) Bake in pre-heat oven at 160c for 25mins if using paper cups(40mins if using baking pan).


Mango mousse filling300g fresh mango (use sweet, ripped fruits)
2 tablespoons caster sugar
140g yogurt drink or fresh milk
1 tbsp and 2tsp gelatin powder
60ml water

1. Measure water in a bowl, sprinkle gelatine into water, set aside for 10mins.
2. Melt in a bowl over a pot of simmering hot water, set aside to cool.
3. Blend mangoes, sugar and yogurt until smooth.
4. Add in gelatine solution to the mixture, mix well.

To assemble the cake- trims off some sponge cake from the cup, spoon mango mousse filling to cover the cup cake. Leave to chill in the fridge for several hours or till set. Keep the cake in the fridge before serving.

My note- To bake the cup cakes first and set aside till cool to room temperature, then only start to prepare mango mousse filling.


-it is normal when sponge cake shrink a bit after baked


-trim off some cake and cover with mango mousse filling. In order not to waste, you can just mix the excess cake and balance mango mousse together, and it become a yummy mango cake pudding !! try it out.



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HAPPY baKING !!

41 comments:

Anncoo said...

Mmm...looks so yummy! I just bought mangoes yesterday and also thought baking mango cake.

Colin Woon said...

I bet I will love this if it's in my hand!

Suhaina said...

oooooohh, very lovely. Love at first sight. I am going to try them soon. I have some mangoes left in my kitchen.
They have come out very well for u.

Pete said...

I love mango.....looks good on the cake!

苏联妈妈 said...

哇 ! 我喜欢这样的配搭。
如果不浪费多余的表层蛋糕 我想不知是否可以不要把蛋糕放太满但又担心会不会影响到两层的连接?

ICook4Fun said...

I've made all kind of cakes but have yet to try making mousse cake. I always think it is a lot of work :) By the way, the little cakes looks so bright and beautiful. I am sure it taste great.

Cool Lassi(e) said...

I am a mango maniac. I love and devour anything made of mango! Fabulous recipe and even fabulous click!

Pavithra said...

Oooooooooooh they looks soooooo yummy soft with mango flavor.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Yum...can imagine the sweet mango mousse over the soft moist cake. Good one...bookmark!

Cheah said...

Cute looking cup cakes and nice colour too!

wendyywy @ Table for 2 or more..... said...

Awww... Looks really good.
Poor things got their caps cut off.
I'd bake them in more cups .. so sayang.

Lazaro Cooks! said...

Gorgeous recipe. The mango mousse is over the top beautiful. 10 out of 10. Cheers!

PranisKitchen said...

what a delicious cake.mango n yogurt feel good..
lovely color and really yummy.
nice pics too

Happy Flour said...

This look very tempting and I'm already drooling over my keyboard. ;p Can I have one...please....?

Yee Er said...

I never thought sponge cake and mousse be matched in such a way, interesting..

Jeannie said...

Looks good! Mangoes in season now too!

J.O said...

哇~黄澄澄的...好漂亮^^~
一看就知道是yummy yummy的cup cake

My Little Things Corner said...

wah seh, looks yummy yummy, now tea time, i take one, thanks sonia.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I really salute u.... bake and cook so often...

tigerfish said...

The cake looks pillowy and soft and with the mango topping....awesome!

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Hi Sonia, hru doing?!!! OMG, what a spongy cake that is! I want some...hehe...

Well, I'm back again...just started my passion in baking...more to learn! Take care there..:)

Happy Homebaker said...

Awesome combination! I can imagine how delicious these cupcakes taste :)

Cook.Bake.Love said...

Look nice!! What I coincident I also baked a cake with mango and yogurt yesterday. If you post this earlier I may adapt ur recipe. :-)

Angie's Recipes said...

wow I love this..esp. that mango mousse atop!

Bakericious said...

looks so yummy, can i ve a bite?

ahtee said...

Wuuaaooww~~This is superb yummy o!!Will try will try..

ReeseKitchen said...

Wa...looks fluffy and yummy! I want to try this..hee hee..;p

divya said...

looks so yummy,looks soft..

MONONOKE KITCHEN said...

marvellous blog
with so amazing food!

petite nyonya said...

yummy & also very pretty cupcakes! i love mangoes!

MaryMoh said...

Mmm...these look very delicious. The yellow colour look very refreshing. I think I would eat all the mango mousse first :P

imoteo said...

好漂亮哦!
好想咬下去~

Mary said...

These look wonderful. I love mango, so these would fit right into my menus. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

mr. pineapple man said...

oh goodness! I'm drooling on my keyboard...

3 hungry tummies said...

Oh the happy colour! It must taste so good!

Jane Chew said...

aiyo! very nice o...
Sure none left for me.
Now not mangoes season so will try out latter.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks great and it's mango season here!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thanks for your lovey words, try this out, you will like it!

To new comer, Thanks for dropping by my blog.

Jamie Low said...

hi Sonia, i have been following ur blog for sometime and i have to say ur blog are awesome :D 1 question, if i 1 2 bake using roung pan it will be 7" or 8" or 9"?

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Jamie, Thanks for stopping by. I have not tried with round pan, anyway I think 7" is sufficient.

Caca said...

this looks really yum!

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