Friday, August 19, 2011

Mango Yoghurt Chiffon Cake


















I find making chiffon cake very challenging and intimidating at the same time . This is my third time making chiffon cake and I still finds it intimidating :p  I am still not satisfied with the result....but this time there is great improvement !  I am happy it did not collapse LOL!   It turned out moist yet light and fluffy with a slight mango fragrance ...mmmmm I shall make this again for sure.  I got hold of this recipe from........................................................

















yea...Bee Bee of  Honey Bee Sweet and Ann of  AnncooJournal !   Thanks to these two ladies for sharing such a wonderful chiffon cake recipe. It is healthy and addictive too.   My mango bits were way too small so you can't really see them and being an amateur in making chiffon, the mango bits were not evenly mixed so certain parts , there were no mango bits in sight..hahaha so if you are lucky you get a piece with lots of mango bits :p   Don't worry, the next one will be better...I promised to deliver a better one or I bring shame to my two sifu :p









Mango Yoghurt Chiffon Cake

Ingredients:

120g Cake flour/All purpose flour
1/2 tbsp Baking powder
1/2 tsp Salt
5 Egg yolks
30g Caster Sugar
40ml Vegetable oil
135g Mango Yogurt
3 tbsp Fresh Mango puree

5 Egg whites
40g Caster Sugar
1/2 tsp Cream of tartar
100g Fresh mango (cut to small pieces)

Method:


  • Sift together cake flour, baking powder and salt into a bowl and set aside.
  • In a large bowl use hand hand whisk to mix the egg yolks and sugar, till sugar dissolved. Then add vegetable oil, yogurt mango puree, mix well and lastly add fresh mango into it.
  • Stir in the flour mixture to the egg yolk mixture and mix together till well combined.
  • In a separate bowl, whisk the egg whites with the cream of tartar till foamy. Gradually add in the sugar as you continue to beat the whites until it is glossy and reaches firm peaks.
  • Then lower speed and slowly pour the egg mixture into the egg whites to just combined. Stop machine and use a spatula roughly mix the batter and pour into tube pan.
  • Preheat the oven to 170C. Pour the batter into a 21/22cm tube pan and bake in the oven for about 30 mins then lower temperature to 160C for another 15mins. Then switch the temperature to lower grill and bake for another 5 mins (total 50 mins).
  • Gently remove the pan from oven and invert to cool on rack completely before unmoulding it.


Thank you Bee Bee and Ann for this mango yogurt chiffon cake recipe
and the next one I shall try Ann's durian chiffon cake  :)

Hopefully , the cake will not collapse...knowing my skill in chiffon :p



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15 comments:

  1. First comment !!!! Yummmmmay !! looks so gooood !

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  2. This looks so light and fluffy!

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  3. Wow Elin, your chiffon sure looks super soft ! So glad you love this recipe... Indeed pretty addictive, heehee! You have a great weekend my friend! 

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  4. WOW Elin, you makes me what to bake this chiffon mango cake again! Looks so soft and spongy. The credit must goes to BeeBee for sharing this yummy recipe.
    Can't wait to see your durian chiffon cake :DD

    Have a nice weekend :)

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  5. Look soft and fluffy!! If I buy a few mango it always goes to my stomach before I can use it for baking ha ha.. I am a mango fanatic. I hardly bake chiffon cake as Carlos is not a fan of it.

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  6. GORGEOUS! I bet I could eat that entire cake in one sitting. I'm a big of a mango fiend.

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  7. I made this too but didn't post yet. Lovely texture, Elin. Whenever I make chiffon, I'll be very anxious, keeping fingers crossed that it won't collapse .... stressful!

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  8. Wow this looks so fantastic, love your recipe! :)

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  9. I too have my fair share of failures when it comes to baking chiffon cakes...but once you have a successful one, it's very satisfying and makes you want to bake another! I would love to try this recipe too!

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  10. Wow this is beautiful! I'm with you - I love chiffon cakes, but they can be nerve-wracking...

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  11. Hi Bee Bee & Anncoo ,
    Thank you so much sharing this beautiful recipe. A keeper for sure. I still have not perfected the art of making chiffon cake yet :p Have to make more to perfect it :)

    Jo ...yea you are first ! :p

    Michelle...yea it is soft and fluffy and fragrant too

    Gertrude...I like chiffon but can seldom make it perfect. This is great improvement for me !

    Parsley Sage...yea me too coz it is light and fluffy :)

    Wenn... :)

    Tiffany...yea light and airy :)

    Cheah....yea..nerve wrecking :p

    Kelly...yea I love the recipe too....thanks to Bee Bee and Anncoo for it :)

    Jeannie...yea...it can addictive in making it once you succeeded in making one :)

    Ann....yea...I feel tense when making this...not a good therapy for destressing LOL!

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  12. Love your recipe - looks light and airy just like a perfect chiffon!

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  13. I enjoy chiffon cake anytime - soft, fluffy and light. So good!

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