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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Light Orange Cupcakes






Ingredients:

8 egg yolks
2 egg white
80 gm. sugar
80 gm. cake flour
20 gm. milk powder
65 gm. melted butter
1 Tbps. Cordial orange flavour (Sunquick)

Method:

(1) Whisk egg yolks, egg white and sugar till thick and fluffy.
(2) Fold in flour and milk powder.
(3) Fold in butter and orange cordial.
(4) Scoop into muffin or papercups and bake at 175C for about 15 - 20 mins.
Note: As this recipe has a high content of egg yolks, the top will turn brown faster. Bake at the lower shelf of your oven.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow Aunty Yochana .... the texture looks so soft & inviting. Could you please share the recipe with me?

Thanking you in advance.

Ange

Ube said...

Looks like a very light sponge cake that really melts in the mouth!

May Lynn said...

Auntie Yochana,
These cupcakes look so delicious. Can you please post the recipe on your website? Thank you so much.
May Lynn

SriLekha said...

wow1 looks delicious!
am drooling over it!
do visit my blog when u find time!

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

The Light Orange Cupcakes looks yummy to eat! Can share your recipes please.

Linda

kelly said...

Thank u so much for posting e recipe!!

nathalie said...

Hi Yochana! I love you and I love your cakes! thank you so much!

May Lynn said...

Thank you so much for sharing the recipe, Aunty Yochana. I can't wait to try it!

Fong said...

thanks for sharing your recipe! The much higher proportion of egg yolk to egg white is interesting, must try this out myself.

Ube said...

Thank you thank you for sharing and publishing your recipe. It will be my roadmap to successful baking. Now, I wonder no more why they are so yellow. They are mostly made of eggyolks. Thanks again.

ChezzyHeart said...

Hi Aunty,

Is it truly 8 egg yolk or typo error? thks

khim

rajratt said...

Do you use top and bottom heat or only bottom heat?

Anonymous said...

I noticed that it has no baking powder. How will it rise?