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Thursday, August 03, 2006

Victoria Sandwich cake

This cake taste better the next day.




Ingredients:

180 gm. Butter
160 gm. sugar
3 nos. eggs
30 gm. milk
30 gm. dairy whip cream
1 tsp. vanilla essence
180 gm. Self raising flour
finely grated 1 lemon zest
60 gm. raspberry or strawberry jam
snow powder or icing sugar to sprinkle

Method:

(1) Cream butter and sugar until creamy and fluffy.
(2) Slowly add in beaten eggs, fresh milk and whip cream. Add in 1 Tbsp. flour if the mixture cuddles. Add in lemon zest.
(3) Add in flour and mix thoroughly.
(4) Pour into 2 nos. 8" round trays and bake at 175C for about 40 mins or till cooked.
(5) Remove tins from oven and set aside for 5 mins before removing from the tin.
(6) Let it cool, spread the jam on one of the cake and top up with the other piece of cake.
(7) Sprinkle snow powder on top and serve.

21 comments:

amelia said...

Lucy, yah this cake taste so....0000 good. Half of it in my stomach already. Soft, moist and fluffy.

Sophia said...

Thanks a lot, Lucy. Will definitely try to bake it.

Sophia

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for the recipe, Lucy. Will definitely bake it.

Sophia

Amrita said...

Aunty yochanaa...how u get the cake 2 bake with a flat top

yochana said...

amrita,

just use a knife to slice off the slightly dome shape and spread jam and stick them together.

Amrita said...

thanks for the info aunty yochana.....can feed the scraps to the cat ahhahaha

Alice said...

Hi Aunty Yochona :

can I replace 30ml UHT cream with fresh milk? Will it affect the texture? Your cake is so perfect !

Cheers,
Alice

yochana said...

alice,

yes you can replace the dairy whip cream with evaporated milk.

Sophia said...

Lucy, I've just made the Victoria Sandwich Cake. It's so soft, moist & fluffy, just like what Amelia had claimed. I pinched a bit after it was baked & it tasted good, too! Thanks.

Clarissa said...

Hi Lucy, do you think this recipe will work with the Wilton Wonder Mould? I noticed you have baked tons of wonderful cakes but not many of cakes using such specialised shaped novelty pans. What cake base would you reckon would work best with the Wonder Mould? The leaflet that comes with it say any cake mix. Your opinion or suggestion is much appreciated.

yochana said...

Hi clarissa,

Which wonder mold? I forgot liao... I normally like to use butter cake or madeira cake for bundt pan mould.

rgds

Clarissa said...

Hi Lucy, thanks for the prompt note. It is the Wilton Classic Wonder Mold, the one used to make those dollies/mermaid cakes, with a dome ...

yochana said...

Hi Clarissa,

Do you have a picture of it?

rgds

Clarissa said...

Hi Lucy, this is the mould :

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=3E30A944-475A-BAC0-5E1F52DF76D8CE68&fid=3E32E5F5-475A-BAC0-57EC5973D66D14A3

yochana said...

Hi Clarissa,

I have this mould too. Just use any butter cake or madiera cake will do. It's easier to unmould.

rgds

Cookie said...

Hi Aunty, I have just baked this and I love the cake.

I am just wondering - my cake turned out to be very oily, there's a small pool of bright yellow oil sitting below the cupcake liner. Do you have any experience on this?

Thanks.

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi cookie,

it's the mixing of the butter to the batter problem. Do it portion by portion.

I love this cake too. Very buttery.

rgds

Aphadele said...

Hi AuntyYochana!
I was wondering what 3 nos. eggs were. 'nos' ? that kind of confused me, can you please explain? :D

Thanks,

Jang

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi Aphadele

nos. is a short form for numbers.

3 nos. eggs means 3 eggs.

rgds

Aphadele said...

Oh thanks for the reply!

I really hope to be able to make this soon! ^^

Dorvin said...

Aunty,

D whipping cream have to be in room temp or straight from d fridge?

TQ

Dorvin