Green Tea Chiffon Cake

I was just suddenly craving for Green Tea cake, popped by the supermarket and bought some matcha powder. Hopped on to my favorite blog for a recipe on Green Tea Cake.

Love the green tea flavor in the soft chiffon cake. Feels utterly light and not too sinful! We just need to binge once in a while without feeling the guilt!

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Green Tea Chiffon Cake (Source: Jeannie Tay’s Green Tea Ogura)

Ingredients

1 Whole Egg
5 Egg yolk
90g Milk
60g Oil
100g Flour
15g Green tea Powder
1/2 tsp salt

5 Egg whites
100g Caster Sugar
1/2 tsp cream of tartar

1. Using a hand whisk, mix together egg, yolks, milk and oil until well combined.

2. Sift in the flour and green tea powder and mix until combined. Leave aside while you prepare the meringue.

3. Use an electrical whisk to beat the egg whites until foamy before adding the cream of tartar. Beat a couple of seconds before adding the sugar gradually and continue to beat until firm peaks formed.

4. Fold meringue into the yolk mixture in 3 additions. Pour ready batter into a lined 8″ round pan slowly from a height to get rid of big bubbles. Shake the pan from side to side to even out the top.

5. Bake in a water bath at 155C for 65-70 minutes or until cooked. Press lightly on the center of the cake. If it springs back then it’s a good indication that it is cooked. Otherwise, bake a little longer and test again.

6. Remove from the oven and invert on to a non-stick pan; peel off the paper liner. Immediately invert back on to a rack and let it cool completely

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One Comment Add yours

  1. jeannietay says:

    Very well baked with minimal shrinking! good job!

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