Friday, May 21, 2010

Layer yogurt sponge cake with blueberries filling

My son Lucas couldn't believe this cake is made by me, I asked him why? he said he never see me decorate cake with this kind of jelly, he thought I bought from outside bakery shop, hehehe...

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this time I use store bought piping jelly to decorate this cake.

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Layer yogurt sponge cake with blueberries filling
(printable recipe)

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-heated oven at 160c for 40mins.

To assemble the layer cake- cut into equal size, spread a layer of blueberries filling. Decorate with store bought piping jelly (I mix plain piping jelly with rose syrup)

-keep in fridge for later consume..

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Happy Baking !!

72 comments:

Jane Chew said...

wow! very nice deco! Well done Sonia.

Anncoo said...

No wonder your son don't believed this is made by you because this really looks like store bought~ nice job ;)

MaryMoh said...

Looks very soft and delicious. Beautiful presentation. Well done! Even your son thinks so :D

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Delicious and sweet looking little cakes! Your boy is right, can sell!

tigerfish said...

You even have some kind of special container to keep them in the fridge. How nice...

You surprise your son!

ai wei said...

this is lovely!!! how'd u make the jelly into that shape???

Kitchen Corner said...

Very nice layer cake! The sponge cakes look soft and fluffy!

Jess @ Bakericious said...

the sponge cake looks soft and fluffy and the deco is so pretty.

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

No wonder Lucas thought the cake is from bakery! Definitely looks good than bakeries lor! I loved the simple deco...yummmm! ;)

Angie's Recipes said...

How cute! The piping jelly did make the cake more appealling!

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

Hey I think I saw Sonia walking into a cake shop...hehehe...just kidding !

Nithu Bala said...

Wow! thatz very soft..

divya said...

looks delicious..feel like having one...and very nicely presented too.

Rachana Kothari said...

No wonder your son thought that the cake is store bought :) Looks fantastic!

Bo said...

That cake looks so moist and delicious!

Talita said...

How delicate! The cake looks soft and yummy!

温馨小屋 said...

很可爱的小蛋糕...

PranisKitchen said...

really i couldn't believe what a delicious one..sure u r a perfect baker..super yarr..what aspongy spongy cake..wow nice color..i really liked it

Cheryl said...

It does look store bought. Are you sure you made it Sonia?

Haha, just joking. Looks so fluffy and egg-y!

Lazaro Cooks! said...

Beautiful cake. Wonderfully decorated.

Cheers!

娇娇 said...

sonia,look v nice!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Very pretty! Printing this recipe for my to-do list, I like sponge cake but never try it with yogurt yet. Thanks!

Vrinda said...

OH My..fabulous....

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

2 good..delcious sponge cake ..so soft and spongy...no wonder he lucas thought its from bakery...very professional cuts and tht cute jelly design...fabulous..keep the good work dear...

Pete said...

Love the piping jelly design on your cake.....make it looks yummy!

Swee San said...

your sponge cake looks very spongy!

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

This yogurt sponge is very interesting.
KIV!!!

Mary said...

This cake is just beautiful. I love the simple way you've decorated it. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

VineelaSiva said...

The cake is very beautiful makes me very tempting i love it.

Gulmohar said...

Oh my !! That looks terrific...such a wonderful cake, Sonia

Somewhere in Singapore said...

The cake makes me drooling liao...

3 hungry tummies said...

The good thing is Lucas actually pay attention to details :)
The cakes look so light and moist!

mr. pineapple man said...

that is what i need for my late night snack today!

Shanan said...

Hi Sonia, I can't find ready made piping jelly at my place. Do u have piping jelly recipe? Can I use gelatine to make piping jelly? Much appreciated!

WyYv said...

Thats so nice!I think that your baking skill is better than those bakery shop out there, I like the home-made feel you gave me in the pictures =]

cherry potato said...

Great job, Sonia. The cake look very nice and beauty.

mia said...

hi Sonia! I was stunned to see this! looks really professional, like one of those masterpiece from famous patisserie!

pigpigscorner said...

Piping jelly? I've never heard of it! Looks like store-bought!

ReeseKitchen said...

Oh my, the cake is so beautiful Sonia, you are really good!

Gretchen Seefried said...

I found you over at Mama Holli's blog and I see she has posted you up on my website Midchix.com! I can see why she has picked you out of the crowd! Beautiful BLOG and Beautiful recipes! Come over and post/link yourself up any time on my website in the Mama Can Cook Flock! Would love to see more of your creations! Have a wonderful day!

My Little Things Corner said...

Sooo nice, got standard with bakery shop, i think you can open a shop liao...hehehe

Irenelim said...

wow, nice deco and it must taste really good too! Can I have a bite? :)

Nadji said...

Tout simplement magnifique.
Je note ta recette.
A bientôt.

~Rachel Hei~ said...

I am too late for this!
This is really nice looking and i am sure it taste great..:P

Melissa said...

Looks very delicious. I can use it as a give away for my friends. Thank you for the info.

Ellie (Almost Bourdain) said...

Very delicious looking cake. Love the decorations!

苏联妈妈 said...

lucas以为是外面卖的因为放在盒子里真的看来很香外卖的。
蛋糕看来很美味~~bluberries, 我喜欢!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thank you very much for stopping by and take your time to leave me a lovely comment, much appreciated.

Shanan, so sorry, I dont have the pipping jelly recipe.

Gretchen Seefried, I will check out your website later. Thanks.

Ai Wei, I use piping tip no 9 to do the flower buds and tip no 2 to draw the line.Hope this help.

To new comer, welcome to my blog.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia,

Can I know what pan size/tray you used for this recipe. Thanking you in advance.

Eva.

Hearty Bakes said...

Looks very soft and spongy. Love the little details added too~

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Eva, the pan size i use is 10" x 10".

Heather said...

I couldn't believe what a delicious one..sure u r a perfect baker..super yarr..what aspongy spongy cake.wow nice color i really liked it.

Colin Woon said...

So funny that Lucas can't believe you decorated the cake so well!

Good job!

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kayla said...

This turned out fantastic. I decided for this recipe because it doesn't use butter and it was so tasty and light. I topped it with meringue icing and it was superb.

Jillian said...

Does anyone have a healthy lowfat raspberry triffle recipe using yogurt, fresh fruit & sponge cake?

Jean said...

I love the simple way you've decorated it. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings, thanx for the share.

Jennifer said...

I found the length of time in the oven way too long. I could see the cake was dried out when I pulled it out. I think I'd try 30-35 minutes next time.

Becky said...

Hmmm, I can see why she has picked you out of the crowd! Beautiful BLOG and Beautiful recipes!

Allison Clark said...

No wonder Lucas thought the cake is from bakery! Definitely looks good. Thank you for the recipe that you shared. It's a big help to me.

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Esther Hung said...

Hi, please may I ask what size this recipe would make in a cake pan? Thank you!

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