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Saturday, March 24, 2007

Flourless Milo Layered Cake




Ingredients:

400 gm. Butter
200 gm. sugar
10 eggs
180 gm. Kaya
400 gm. milk powder
200 gm. milo powder
200 gm. Horlicks powder

Method:

(1) Cream butter and sugar till creamy.
(2) Add in eggs one at a time , beating well before the next addition.
(3) Add in kaya and let it mix till well combined. Then pour in milk powder and let it mix till well combined.
(4) Divide mixture into 2 portions. Add milo powder to one portion and horlicks to the other portion.
(5) Line and grease a 8" square tray.
(6) Spread 4 - 5 Tbsp. of mixture of the horlicks mixture into the tin and steam till cooked.
(7) Spread another 4 to 5 tbsp. of mixture of milo mixture on top of the cooked horlicks mixture and spread evenly. Steam till cooked. Continue process till mixture is used up.
(8) Cool cake completely before slicing.

recipe adapted from the book "Sarawak Layered Cake" by Jamie Jong

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy, can u share this recipe? Can I make it less layers? :P dun think with 2 kids around I can make so many layers...thanks in advance... BTW, u running out of flour kekekek?(just joking).. saw the other flourless recipes.. :P

regards,
Eileen

Kim said...

Hi Aunty Yochana

Can you advise me for the eggless Mocha Walnut cake, do I have to wait for the mixture to cool before adding in the milk and the rest of the ingredients?

Thanks & regards

yochana said...

Hi Kim.

It's ok to pour in the milk into the mixture, no need to wait for it to cool down. This will hasten the cooling process and then you can mix in the flour and...the end

rgds

yochana said...

YOu're right lor...eileen..flour boh liao...so everything flourless today.

This milo layered cake recipe is from the book "Sarawak Layered Cake". Do you have it? If you still want the recipe, let me know.

Make half recipe and then use a 6" square tin. If you want half the height , you can still use the original size of 7" square. The height will be nice for eating.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy, I saw the book but more than half the recipes in the book I think I CANNOT handle... no patient and guts to try.. kkekke no point wasting money on it... this milo cake seem less intimidating with milo and flourless rite? :P for the kids I think anything with milo they would love it.. i know i do :P u must be busy with all the requests, take your time with this at your convenience... Thanks in advance...

regards,
Eileen

Kellie said...

Oh Aunty Lucy, I also want the recipe for this flourless milo layered cake .. looks nice

God Bless,

yochana said...

O.K. eileen and kellie,

I will post it asap.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty,

I shared your blog with my colleague. She wanted me to ask you if you will be conducting any baking class? She is interested to learn from you.Appreciate if you can advise me?

Many thanks.
Eileen

yochana said...

HI eileen,

You must ask your colleague what she wants to learn. Let me know. I can teach provided we can gather a few more ppl..
thanks eileen.
rgds

Anonymous said...

hi aunty yochana,

normally how long will it take for one layer to be thoroughly cooked?

rgds.

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

I normally take about 8 to 10 mins. for each layer.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lucy for posting the recipe so soon. :)

regrds,
Eileen

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

How much you charging for the baking class?

Regards
Mrs Tan

yochana said...

Hi Mrs. Tan,

Depends on what I'm teaching. Around S$30 to S$35 for 3 recipes.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy,

Is this cake greasy as it contains so much butter?

Is it as greasy as the Steamed Haw Flakes Cake? I have made the haw cake & I find it very greasy. Nobody wanted to eat it.

Thanks & regards,
Enily

yochana said...

Hi Enily,

It's a little greasy but not so greasy as the haw flakes. You can cut down the butter if you want to.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana

I'm a new reader of your blog. Very impressed to see u can bake and cook so many things. I'm going to try this recipe cos it seems quite simple to follow. May I ask is it sweet? Can I leave out the kaya?

Hope u can post more recipes. Thanks!
Kuan

yochana said...

Hi Kuan,

I have sweet tooth, so it's ok for me. I've not tried taking off the kaya, perhaps you can try omitting it and see what you get.

rgds

Anonymous said...

hi aunt yochana,

i tried making this cake and it turned out way too moist! it's very very densed! while i'm about to finish my last few layers i can see water in my tin and i think should be the vapour dripping into it. can you please advice?

thanks!

Anonymous said...

I make this cake yesterday and it turned out very dense (wet) and very very sweet. Too bad, i have to throw away the cake :(

Mei

yochana said...

Mei,

This cake not so dense and unable to eat type. This cake is very moist cos it's flourless. Yes it's very sweet and only for people with sweet tooth. Most sarawak steam cakes are like these. This cake is for those who loves Milo and sweet stuff, it smells heavenly.

rgds

droach75 said...

Came on to your blog to look at the zebra cake. I am gonna try a few more. Your layered cakes are amazing.