Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Chicken Floss Chiffon Layered Cake 青葱肉丝蛋糕

I have made this chiffon layered cake few times and also recorded this recipe at my IG account. This cake tasted savoury and sweet, no weird taste but instead very nice and spongy. I like to have few slices for breakfast with a cup of hot coffee, yum yum ....

When the first few times i baked this cake, i found the cake shrunk quite a lot. So i decided to upside down the cake, and this problem is resolved. Also you have to immediately remove cake from cake pan and also remove all baking paper once took out from the oven .

Spread with a lot of mayonnaise, yum yum!

Easy recipe but great taste!

Chicken Floss Chiffon Layered Cake 青葱肉丝蛋糕
For a 9"x9" square pan or 10”x10” square pan or any size which is suitable

3 egg yolks
10g caster sugar
45g milk
30g vegetable oil
60g low protein flour or cake flour
15g corn flour

3 egg white
30g caster sugar
3-4 tbsp chicken floss
Some spring onion for garnishing
some mayonnaise

1.      Beat egg yolks with sugar. Add in oil and milk followed by flour and mix until a smooth.2.
2.      In a grease-free bowl, beat egg white until frothy. Add in sugar in three batches. Beat until closed to stiff peak.
3.      Fold the egg white mixture into yolk batter in three portions, doing it very gently and slowly taking care not to deflate the egg white.
4.      Pour the batter into baking pan that lined with paper and using a plastic scrapper, smooth the batter.
5.      Sprinkle chicken floss and spring onion on top of the cake.
6.      Bake at a pre-heated oven at 180C for 12 - 15 minutes.
7.      Once done, holding onto the baking paper, pull the cake out of the pan onto a cooling rack immediately. Peel away the baking paper and immediately invert the cake on the cooling rack as to minimize shrinkage.
8.      When cake has completely cooled down, cut the cake into half. Spread / sandwich cake with mayo and more chicken floss if you wish. Cut into small pieces and served.

Recipe adapted from Jane’s corner, with minor changes

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joceline lyn said...


Esther Lau said...

Oh this will be my next target! Thanks Sonia :)

Little blue said...


Caroline Poh said...

Wow! You are so creative making that cake. Never thought I can make a chiffon cake like that. I'm sure it'll taste good. I will definitely have to try this recipe when I have time. Thanks for sharing! :)

Linda said...

It looks wonderful! :)

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Nana Elvina said...


lucas said...

you very creative make a cake

Fion@轩宏妈 said...

I've bought a pack of chicken floss,so this recipes sound great
Thanks for sharing

My Little Space said...

Normally, you can find this at pasar malam but homemade is much better. Yours look incredibly delicious. Wish I can have some too. Yummm....
Blessings, Kristy

Anne Regalado said...

I haven't had chicken/pork floss bread for quiet sometime :P Your cake certainly looks pretty yummy !

Mee Mee said...

Just tried! Easy and yummy recipe. Thanks Sonia. Thanks Jane's corner.

Mee Mee said...

Just tried! Easy and yummy recipe. Thanks Sonia. Thanks Jane's corner.

Lee Jane said...

Just ried yesterday thanks for your recipe very nice, but my cake shrunk even though I upside down the cake :-(

maydelinmahyudi said...

Hi.. May i ask if i use gluten free cake flour would it work for this recipe? Thq.. 😊

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