Japanese Strawberry Short Cake

These are delicious and worth making again! http://www.bakeforhappykids.com/2016/01/easy-japanese-strawberry-chiffon.html?fbclid=IwAR2JsqNqea2laNwpOP0r0IeA17g_o-t6Cj9og_NreBdmJF0NutVosnk7GNw For the chiffon cake:140g egg whites (about 4) – please exact weight70g caster sugar60g egg yolk – please exact weight40ml vegetable oil70ml milk1/2 tsp vanilla extract or paste75g cake flour To assemble:300 ml cold whipping cream, 35% fat, reserving 2 tbsp to brush the top of the …

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Apple Chiffon

Apple Chiffon (contains grated apple) with salted caramel I followed this recipe using cooking apples incorporated into the sponge. http://happyflour.blogspot.com/…/apple-chiffon-cake… For the apples on top of the cake, I used 50g of red eating apples, sliced and tossed in lemon juice as per this recipe:https://www.anncoojournal.com/apple-rose-chiffon-cake/ A lovely combination and recipe and will definitely make it …

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Coffee Chiffon 3 egg

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  I tested out this recipe today: http://thedomesticgoddesswannabe.com/2015/11/coffee-chiffon-cake/ I omitted the baking powder and found that this cake did not inflate as much as my normal chiffon’s, next time I will add the baking powder.  The coffee taste is prominent but not excessively strong.

Introduction to Chiffon Cakes

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Chiffon cakes were invented by Henry Baker in the early 1900’s he kept the recipe a secret for 2 decades before he sold it to Betty Crocker (General Mills) in 1947.  General Mills published the recipe, here is a link to the original http://researchingfoodhistory.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/chiffon-cake-new-sponge-cake-in-1948.html. Chiffon cakes are normally baked in a tube pan like this: You …

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