Thursday, May 27, 2010


Hahaha... finally.. i made it!!! What is the reason??? Is my new oven :-( My oven needs 50-55 minutes for the cake to cooked! But i really don't understand, because the heat of my oven is very hot compare to others...100c=150c (normal oven), & why it took so long to cooked???? .....Sign...

My friend Maggie & I want to find out the reason why my cake will fall out when i inverted it! Do you know that... I tried 4 times making the same cake, but still fall out. Is because my mould??? So we decided to bake 2 flavour (pandan & orange) . 1 using my mould with Maggie's recipe & 1 using my recipe with her mould! hahaa..... 1st we tried her mould 1st... juz baked for 40 minutes. Do u know what is the result??? FALL AGAIN....... This time the cake not really cooked, so the 2nd, we baked for a longer time... 55 minutes!!!! Yippie.... SUCCESS!!!! Is not my mould... is the baking time & my oven !!!! hahaaa :D

Thank god........ finally i made it!!!!! :D

The texture is soft ...... Her recipe is abit different, cause it needs 3 types of flour compare with my older post . But i prefer mine :D
Here's the recipe :
  • 6 egg yolks
  • 55g sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 32g milk +pandan juice + 1/2 tsp pandan essence
  • 46g low protein flour
  • 33g corn flour
  • 27g sponge mix
  • 1/4 baking powder
  • 55g corn oil


  • 6 egg whites
  • 55g sugar
  • 1/4 tsp cream of tartar
  1. Combine egg yolks, sugar and oil together. Add in milk,pandan juice & essence.
  2. Fold in flour and set aside.
  3. Beat egg whites and cream of tartar until mixture is foamy. Add in sugar gradually and beat until stiff peak.
  4. Gently fold beaten egg white into egg yolk batter until blended. (Divide into 3 times).
  5. Pour into ungreased 8" mould and bake in a pre-heated oven for 40 mins or until cooked. ~ Invert cake to cool before removing.
Don't GiveUP !!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010


My 2nd Baked Chiffon Cake since i was in age 11 .... :D I love & miss my mum's Pandan Chiffon so much! She din't bake it for sooooooo long! Baking this cake is much much more difficult than a normal butter cake....

Yesterday my sis tried to bake
Coffee Chiffon Cake too.... A recipe adapted from Kevin Chai - Chiffon Cake is Done! I prefer pandan instead of coffee, so i did some changes! I changed the 60ml milk to 40ml coconut milk + 20ml pandan juice.

The cake rise & rise.... this picture taken while the baking still left 10 minutes..... I'm so happy with the risen :D

Look..... it's beautiful :D But....... sigh...... after 10 minute inverted, the cake fall out from the mould. So the cake can't stand..... :-( Anybody know what happen????? Is't my new mould???

See..... my cake out of shape!!! hahahaa.... BUT the texture is superb soft!

I will try it again.... Hope i can post a perfect Chiffon Cake soon. GOOD LUCK !

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


Hi friends, finally i made it :D Vege Pao !!! It turns out great.... but few of it,the sauce came out because the last few fillings is too watery. Hard to wrap in.

Using the the same recipe from my older post & it was from my
sister. But my vege filling is different from her.. my recipe was from my mother.

Here the filling recipe : ( for 2 portions )

1 medium size turnip(cut into thin slices)
200g minced meat
80g Dried shrimps (diced)
10 shallots (chopped)
4 pips garlic (chopped)
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp fish sauce
1 1/2 tsps dark soy sauce
3/4 cup Water (may need more, if dry up during simmer)
Salt to taste (optional)
Dash of pepper
**Cornflour solution for thickening**

5 Hard-boiled egg (quartered)-optional

My daughter requested flower & piggy shape...but i told her i don't know how to make piggy shape :P so i make flower for her only... but at last my son ate it ... he wants flower shape! hahaaa.... My kids can't wait till tomorrow... each of them ate 2!!! haha :D

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


Busy days was over.... back to normal...hehee :D why??? Because I'm very busy baking from last Friday till today :P Tiring ?? hmm... not really.. it was FUN :D

Done my son's favourite strawberry birthday cake & the filling part yesterday & today wokeup early in the morning to iced it...... Strawberry Yogurt Cake @.@

A simple decoration....

The rossete is abit messy... because after blowing candles, my son & daughter keep eating the strawberries. @o@ So i need to redeco before taking this picture :P hehe

Here, i'm using sponge mix with 45ml water, 3 eggs, 45 corn oil/ melted butter.

1. Preheat oven to 180c, lined 7" round cake tin.
2. Beat sponge mix, water & eggs with high speed until light & fluffy.
3. Fold in corn oil/ melted butter until well-blended.
4. Spread batter into prepared tin. Bake for 30 minutes or until cooked. Remove from oven & cool completely. Ready for use.

The yogurt filling is very nice, just like ice-cream :D Here's the yum yum recipe :

1 egg yolk
25 sugar ( reduced )
1 tsp lemon juice
80g strawberry puree
Few drops red colouring

1 1/2tbsps gelatine
50g water

100g yogurt

180g topping cream ( Whip until soft peak form )

150g strawberry

100g whipped topping cream
some strawberries for deco

1. Whip A over double boiler until thick.
2. Premix B & melt it over double boiler. Add it into A, mix until well-blended. Add in C, mix until well-combined.
3. Add D into above mixture, mix until well-blended.
4. Cut sponge cake into 2 layers.
5. Place 1 layer of a cake on the bottom of a 7" round loose base pan, place E on top.Pour in filling & top with second layer of cake, level it.
6. Keep it into refrigerator for 3 hours to let it set. Cover the cake with whipped cream (F) & deco the cake with strawberries.

Tomorrow will make vege paos, if i can get turnip :D


Saturday, May 8, 2010


Tomorrow is Mother's Day, i think some of you are making delicious cake for mummy! I'm superb busy with orders & my friend & son's bday this few days, and i can't even bake a cake for my mum. But i have a nice Hi-Tea with her last week.

Orders.... a friend ordered Mocha Cheesecake & Lemon Cheesecake from me. This really make my head BIG!!! Do you know why?? Is the decoration..... :P Really out of my mind, only a plain white sheet in my mind!!! sigh.... what i can give myself is only 50% :-( Let's have a look at my deco... ugly ??? hahaaa.... nevermind,Will try to improve, guess i need more practice. "Practice makes perfect"!!

I'm using the same recipe from my
older post.


Love lemon.. but i din't even try to make it for myself . hahaaa :D This was my 1st time making this. I took the cheesecake recipe from my sister, & the lemon topping was from my friend, Maggie :D

Here's the lemon topping recipe :

~ 50g butter
~ 55g sugar ( reduced )
~ 1 egg
~ 1 tsp lemon zest
~ 2 tbsps lemon juice

*** 1 drop of lemon yellow colouring if you want it to looks brighter yellow***

**Stir all ingredients in the top of a double boiler placed over simmering hot water. Keep stirring until the texture become thick. Keep aside to cool before topping.

Wishing all mothers A Happy Mother's Day !

Friday, May 7, 2010


Back to baking :D hehe.... Got my oven ?? No no no... haven't! Borrowed an oven from my relative! haha :P Did a Brownie Marble Cheesecake for my dear friend's bday, Maggie. Normally we, 3 aunties will meetup every Friday for a gathering. So Connie & I dicided to celebrate her bday ahead in time @ Green Box Karaoke :D We had a nice day! And my friend, Maggie was so surprised with our arrangement! haha..

okok... back to my Brownie Marble Cheesecake. It was just a simple Marble Cake with a brownie base! The combination was great... it taste delicious :D yum yum....

So sorry for the blur blur picture!:P hehee.... abit rush & forgetful, din't even take a picture of the cake :-( So i make a photo edit :D

Here comes the recipe :D I had make a slighty changes here...

Brownie layer :
~ 150g chocolate (broken into pieces)
~ 60g butter
~ 60g brown sugar
~ 2 eggs
~ 1 tsp vanilla essence
~ 50g plain flour
~ 50g walnuts (toasted,chopped)
~ 50g raisins

Cheese layer :
~ 400g cream cheese
~ 80g caster sugar (reduced)
~ 2 eggs
~ 200g yogurt ( i use topping cream)
~ 1 tbsp cornstarch

Topping :
~1 tsp cocoa powder
~2 tsps water

1. Grease a 8-inches baking tin. Line with aluminium foil. Preheat oven to 180c.
2. To make brownie, melt chocolate & butter over low heat. Remove from heat, stir in brown sugar until almost melt. Stir in eggs & vanilla essence, mix well.
3. Fold in sifted flour, chopped walnuts & raisins. Pour mixture into prepared tin. Bake for 20 minutes. Remove from oven.
4. To make cheese layer, beat cream cheese & sugar until smooth. Beat in eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition.
5. Beat in yogurt ( used topping cream ) & cornstrach until blended. Reserve 1 tbsp cheese mixture for topping, the rest mixture pour over brownie.
6. To make topping, mix well cocoa powder with water. Add in 1 tbsp of reserved cheese mixture, stir until well blended. Drizzle over the surface of cheese mixture & draw marble pattern with skewer.
7. Continue bake in oven @ 180c for 30 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oven & leave to cool. Chill in fridge before removing from the mould.

Have A Nice Weekend :D