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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Matcha Red Bean Chiffon Cake




29 comments:

min said...

that's one beautiful chiffon cake. i'm dying to try one.. never tasted one before. aunty, can you teach me how to change large chiffon recipes to fit a 18cm chiffon pan since i'm going to buy a small one.
thanks in advance :)

yochana said...

Hi Min,

it depends on the recipe. For a 25cm to 27 cm chiffon cake pan, it can take about 8 eggs. For 20 cm, you can use a 4 eggs recipe. For 18 cm. it's about 3 . 16 cm chiffon cake pan is about 2 eggs.

I hope this helps you in choosing your pan. I would advise you to buy at least more than one pan cos sometimes you volume might differ.

rgds

Yaha said...

Brovo *wink* so well done !

yochana said...

Hi yaha,

*wink* too.... *clap* *clap*...

rgds

Anonymous said...

Wow! So nice! Your chiffon cakes are so nice and I finally plucked up enough courage to try this not-so-easy cake. Tried your strawberry chiffon recipe and it tastes really yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Rgds
Homee

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty:

i would really appreciate it if you could share your recipes on the green tea red bean chiffon cake and also the green tea tiramisu cake. I would really love to try these.

I have made green tea chiffon cake before, just wondering how much reb beans you add. Thanks a lot!

Wendy

Anonymous said...

hi aunty, I love to bake chiffon cake also, just wanted to check with you, sometimes my chiffon cake very soft ...is it too much egg white? I love your chiffon cake (very firm).

Thanks
waiwai

Anonymous said...

Wouw Aunty.....this looks really yummyyyyy.....please share the recipe :)

Thank You and GBU
Racheline

yochana said...

Hi wai wai,

Too much egg white or too little flour could be the main reason.

rgds

Karen said...

Yummy.... Yummy just nice for my breakfast :) one beautiful chiffon cake.

Karen said...

Yummy.....

Karen said...

Yummy Cake.... just nice for my breakfast :)

Karen said...

Just nice for my breakfast .... Yummy... :)

Anonymous said...

hi yochana,

may i know where did you buy your matcha from?

thanks in advance.

lynn

LTB2 said...

Must say I enjoy drooling at all your bakes....you are talented.Thanks for sharing your recipes and tips.

yochana said...

hi lynn,

get it from Sun Lik.

rgds

cwongst said...

Its look really yummy for a green tea fans like me!
Mind sharing the receipe plsss........

Cheryl said...

Hi Aunty Lucy,

May I know how u achieve those crumbs on top of the cake? Sometimes the green tea cake purchased at stores are of a vibrant green, issit due to the quality of matcha powder used or coloring is added?
Thanks.

Rgds, CC

yochana said...

Hi CC,

Those are streusel which means rubbin method of sugar, butter, flour, green tea powder n then bake at low temp till crispy.

Natural green tea colour is always on the army green look. You can get the nice looking colour green tea from sun lik. I got mine from there.

rgds

Anonymous said...

hi aunty lucy,
May i know how did you remove the chiffon cake from the tin so nicely?
When i remove mine, the sides ('the skin') usually sticks to the tin. and i can't oil the tin, coz chiffon cake need un-greased sides isn't it.

Cheryl said...

Thanks very much for your reply. :)

Rgds, CC

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

to remove the cake from the pan, just use a sharp knife and press it against the pan and slide it round. Most importantly, the cake must be cooked and brown otherwise you will not get a nice edge.

rgds

AK said...

Anuty, can i know where u get the red beans? the one i bought is too sweet fr. Daiso. and also can i used green tea drinking powder..??i get a big can from a taiwan friend.

yochana said...

Hi Ak,

Most canned Red beans are sweet. I cooked my own..not so sweet.

rgds

AK said...

can i hv the recipe for the red beans ? i can use that for bread fillings too.. my email: akresource69@yahoo.com

yochana said...

Hi AK,


I just boil the red beans with water till soft then add in sugar and cook till almost dry.

rgds

Stephanie said...

Aunty,
I LOVE Green Tea! And I love all the stuff you bake! Could I have the recipe for chiffon cake please? I would like it to make it for my mother's birthday. :) since she loves green tea products as much as me!

Could you please post or email me the recipe? THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! :D whee.junk@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Aunty,

Is this from K.Chai book?

Thnak YOu
Racheline

yochana said...

Hi Rachaeline,

this is not from K. Chai's book. It's taught in a baking school in Singapore - Anna Phua.

rgds