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Pandan Vanilla Chiffon Cupcake


This is how it looks like when still hot / just came out from the oven.



This is how it looks like after cooling off, it will deflate quite dramatically.


The fluffy and airy texture of chiffon cake


Serve with your favourite coffee...yummmmm..

Finally i managed to buy a bottle of Pandan essence, but the smell and taste is way different from the real pandan..well.. better than nothing.

Pandan Chiffon Cake has been my all time favourite since i was little, i like the fluffy airy texture of the chiffon cake and the aroma of the Pandan....

Finally i got it baked with a little twist as i can't find the real Pandan leaves (Screwpine leave) and i don't have the tube cakepan, i use the ramekins instead and it turns out pretty well.

Ingredients:

8 eggs (seperate egg white and yolk)
1 1/4 cups caster sugar
3/4 cup corn oil / light virgin oil / any light vegetable oil
1 tsp. vanilla extract
3/4 cup Santan / coconut milk
1 tsp pandan essence
1 tsp vanilla essence
1 cup self-rising flour (sift 3 times)
1/2 tsp. cream of tartar


Method:

1. Prehet oven at 180c
2. Mix coconut milk and pandan essence in a small bowl and set aside.
3. In another mixing bowl beat egg yoks,sugar, oil and vanilla essence until well combined and slowly beat in the coconut millk mixture.
4. Add the sifted self rising flour into the egg mixture.
5. In another totall oil free bowl beat the egg white until frothy and add in cream of tartar until it reaches firm peaks form.
6. Fold in the egg white mixture into the egg mixure (in two batches) gently.
7. Pour into ungreased mould (never oil the moulds)
8. Into the preheated oven for about 45min if using the tube bakepan, 25min- 30mins if using the ramekins or until it is spongy to touch.
9. Remove the cake and immediately turn it upside down onto a cooling rack and DO NOT remove the cake from the mould until it is COMPLETELY COOL.

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