Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Hazelnut Chiffon Cake


This will be my 2nd and last submission to the Aspiring Bakers#1:Chiffon Cake(Nov 2010) hosted by Small Small Baker. It is a Hazelnut Chiffon Cake which i personally find this taste better than the sweet corn chiffon..at least here, no essence required and i'm still able to get the much flavour of the hazelnuts. I whipped up some cream with a little coffee emulco,just to dress up the cake...with some gumpaste flowers.. simply just for photography purpose. Like my previous Sweet Corn Chiffon Cake, i also got this from the same book, "chiffon cake is done" by Kevin Chai. Lots of ideas and some very strange too, i think! Here's the recipe:


  
 Egg Yolk Batter
2 egg yolks
2tbsp cooking oil
20ml milk
1/2 tsp grated lemon rind
20gm caster sugar
30gm grounded hazelnut
10gm self raising flour

Egg white foam:
2 egg whites
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
40gm caster

Method:
1. To make egg yolk, combine egg yolks, oil, milk, lemon rind and sugar into a mixing bowl .Fold in sifted flour and grounded hazelnut until forms batter
2. To make egg white foam, beat egg whites and cream of tartar until mixture forms soft peaks, gradually add in sugar,beating at high speed until frothy and stiff peaks form.
3. Gently fold beaten egg whites foam into egg yolk batter until blended.
4. Pour batter into ungreased small heart tube pan ( i used 16cm tube pan) and bake in a preheated oven at 170C for 20minutes or until cooked
5. Remove oven , invert cake onto table until completely cooled.

9 comments:

  1. wow!! i love the roses! i also got this book and i personally thinks all the recipes in it are fabulous! try the coffee one its very nice!

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  2. wow the brown roses... i had ever seen any wre... how does they blossom on it..?? i know the love the cake...

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  3. Lena...what can I say but just this...LOVELY cake and I so want a piece of that hazelnut chiffon cake with those mouth-watering frosting. And those sugar flowers are great too :)

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  4. This is so beautiful! The chiffon looks elegant with the flowers blossom on top.

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  5. WF, this cake is beautiful. All the best ;)

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  6. dear everyone, yeah, i think the roses look beautiful too..these are sugarpaste flowers, can be eaten but i prefer not.

    mtc- hey, this is not a competition , just an event based on a monthly theme to share our baking ideas. Ha, i saw ashley on baking too!

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  7. That's another great fluffy chiffon. Great job, Lena. The cake is very well decorated too :D

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