Thursday, June 21, 2012

Sweet Corn Cream Chiffon Cake 玉米7风

Hi there, how are you?  I hope all of you are doing well and fine.
I just came back from a wonderful Japan trip, great foods, great peoples and great shopping. In fact i wish my next trip will be going to Japan again ^_^. I took thousand of pictures, need some time to organize it and have it post, please hold for my update (I also will giveaway 3 items that i bought from Japan, please check it out later). I have not cooking up any new recipes after came back, so today i am sharing an old recipe. This sweet cream corn chiffon cake became popular after posted hers.


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Sweet Corn Cream Chiffon Cake
(recipe source: Inspired by 鲸鱼 who adapted from Carol, with my own twist of my usual chiffon recipe)
**for a 20cm or 7” chiffon pan


4 egg yolks
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50g corn oil
85g self- raising flour
75g sweet corn cream


4 egg whites
70g sugar


Method
1. Hand whisk egg yolks and sugar till sugar dissolved.
2. Add in corn oil and sweet corn cream, mix well.
3. Add in flour and combine well, set aside.
4. Beat egg whites over high speed till foamy ( 1min for KA mixer at speed 8).
5. Slowly add in sugar, beat till soft peak form (2-3mins for KA mixer at speed 6).
6. Take 1/3 portion of egg white mixture and use hand whisk to mix with egg yolk mixture till light.
7. Fold the balance of egg white mixture into egg yolk mixture, combine well.
8. Pour cake mixture into baking pan and bake at pre-heated oven at 160c for 40min or adjust to your oven as every oven is difference.


52 comments:

Joceline said...

哇!很开心见你回来。。。。。。咔咔咔~
想念你啦! :)
这个蛋糕我在eileen家吃过,那真是很好吃的。

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anne said...

Hey !!!!!! So , how's the trip ?! Anyway , that chiffon cake looks wonderful ! The sweet corn flavor sounds delicious !

Li Shuan said...

Welcome home friend. You r rite this chiffon became very popular 鲸鱼 posted hers. I still see it quite often amongst the bloggers hehe.. Nice pic as usual.

I am looking fwd to see you on Sunday. I hope Eileen has been in touch with you. I will call you when I arrived in KL

Sherleen.T said...

okay, waiting to see your photos for Japan's trip to be posted and show us your buying stuff ya...
i also planning to do this flavor of chiffon cake, planning, planning...hehe

0620 said...

Welcome back from Japan
Great country, great foods and great shopping.. haha!!

Travelling definitely a good way to refreshing mind :P

羡慕,羡慕 ^^

Yan said...

The cake is so light and fluffy. i can eat half of the whole chiffon alone.

Angie Ng said...

这蛋糕Eileen和Casey都做过,我还没做,因为担心玉米用不完,算了吧!来你家拿一片就好了。。。嘻嘻!

zila norazila said...

hai sonia..
hungry tummy ..looks delicious.:)

myme said...

这蛋糕真的很好吃!
第一张照片拍的好漂亮,赞哦~~

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Good to see you back. I would love to see Japan but I do not think it will ever happen! Diane

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

我很喜欢日本的风土人情
是个非常漂亮的国家:)

这个7风我爱:)

Baby Sumo said...

Woohoo welcome back! Hope to read about your Japan trip.

I made the Hokkaido cake the other day using your recipe, turned out well :)

Small Kucing said...

I have always preferred chiffon cake than others cake

mui mui said...

Hi Sonia,
Great to see your post again. I have never make sweet corn flavor chiffon and yours look so soft.
Looking forward for your Japan trip pictures..thousands..must take you quite sometimes to sort...hehe

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Welcome back Sonia! I can't wait to hear the story of Konbucha. I assume it's pretty hilarious? =D

Hope everything worked out. I heard it started to rain, and I hope it didn't bother your trip. Looking forward to your posts!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

U're back!!!

Japan is a nice country ya... hehe..

Tracy Low said...

做了一次,感觉好好吃

Ah Tze @ Awayofmind Bakery House said...

welcome back! Nice chiffon cake, I baked a chiffon cake yesterday but make it into pandan layer cake :)

Looking forward to see your update on Japan!

Yummy Bakes said...

nice cake and yes, I also look forward to seeing your Japan photos.

Cass @ 揾到食 said...

Welcome back :)
Lately i am quite lazy to bake chiffon. I like yours. It looks very soft!

Phong Hong said...

Nice to have you back. I like this recipe. Sweet corn has a nice aroma. Look forwards to see your Japan photos.

eileenlee said...

welcome back sonia and feel so excited as we are going to meet soon, hahaha, a bit kan cheong now.

i'll keep u inform our itinery, see u then.

oh ya, grap one pc of chiffon cake before i go, hehe

Jes's Deli Corner said...

Welcome back! I wish to go there again too...lol.

Mel said...

I'm sure you must have a wonderful holiday. Looking forward to view all your beautiful photos. Chiffon cake is my favourite but yet to make this corn flavour.

ogyep yummy mellow said...

WOW... very fluffy... very nice colur... looks so sweet..

MeRy said...

The cake looks good...

Honey Bee Sweets said...

The chiffon looks really soft and fluff....;))

Angel @ Cook.Bake.Love said...

welcome back Sonia!

Ur chiffon is so tall and the texture is very nice.

Vivian Pang said...

Welcome back! Great recipe to used up my leftover cream corn.

Simple Person said...

The cake looks good..
Something new to me corn shiffon cake..

Pete said...

Wooo, nicr corn aroma!

Julie said...

am a big fan of your baking recipes esp cakes,so soft & perfect!!

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蓝色小厨 said...

Welcome home~I haven't try this chiffon before, it look yummy~

Ah Tee said...

Yo Sonia! U'r bck!!
Can't wait to c ur Japan's post~~

Casey said...

欢迎你回来!
这戚风柔软清新,我喜欢!
很期待周日的见面,嘻嘻!

Dumpling Love said...

Oh welcome back, Sonia! I'm really looking forward to your Japan posts =) This cake sounds so great, I'm a huge fan of corn..I think 'addicted' would be more fitting actually..haha. Will definitely try it one day. Thanks!

Joyce @ Chunky Cooky said...

Oh Welcome Back !! This cake looks lovely... and look forward to your pixs from japan !

lena said...

hi sonia, beautiful texture of your chiffon! will be chking out your photos of the trip and also your giveaway!

Sem said...

Cant wait for your update on your Japan trip.
Have a wonderful Dumpling festival and great get-together with your bloggers friends;)

moly said...

I prefer chiffon than any other cake. It is not too oily, not too dry, hmmmm... yummy

Jeannie Tay said...

Looking forward to see your photos on Japan. THis chiffon cake looks delicious and soft, I love sweetcorns so this will be great for me to enjoy:D

Mary said...

This sounds great. What a pretty and airy looking cake!

Gloria said...

This look really delicious!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia, the cake looks delicious:) I tried making it this morning and it tasted yummy, however, it collapsed after overturning it on the rack:( Would you know why?

My Little Space said...

Welcome back, Sonia. Looking forward to what you're bringing back from Japan. Btw, you just tempted me to make this cake. I haven't been baking chiffon cakes for ages (probabaly more than a year!).
Enjoy your lazy weekend.
Kristy

FiSh. ohFISHiee said...

wow it looks really soft... and yummy! :D

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Quay Po Cooks said...

Welcome home Sonia. So good that you don't get jet lag visiting Japan. I am still not back to normal sleeping hours yet. I have finally conquer the fear of making chiffon cake. Will definitely try making this one.

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MamaFaMi said...

Thank you for sharing this lovely recipe with us. Made it and posted the recipe in my blog with credit given to you. Love the cake. Thank you.

soh josephine said...

This is first time i try to make this cake I follow the step u show, it successful I really feel so so happy ^^ thanks you sonia

Shel said...

I'm very grateful for your easy and almost "no fail" recipes. All these while, I fail to try baking chiffon cakes cos I couldn't get it right. Now, I'm confident after following your recipes and my cakes turn out light and fluffy. Thanks. Please continue to share more.

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