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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Condensed Milk Cotton Cake

Recently I have seen a number of posts on Condensed Milk Cotton Cake and decided to give it a try. The outcome I had achived was a non cracked top layer of the cake with soft and cottony texture. The taste is light and is a good alternative to cheese cake.

Ingredients:

A:
3 Egg Yolks (Preferably 60g each)
30g beaten egg

B:
35g Salted Butter (SCS Brand)
50g cake flour (Sieved)
50g Condensed Milk (Lady General Brand)

C:
3 Egg whites
40g fine sugar

Ingredients
Directions: 

  1. Place a baking paper at the base of the 6" cake mould
  2. Mix A & put them aside.

    Egg Yolks & Beaten Egg (A)
3. Heat the butter over the stove till you see little bubbles.

Heating the Butter
4. Pour the flour into the hot melted butter & fold it with spatula.

Flour into melted butter
5. Add in the condensed milk and mix them.

Adding in Condensed Milk
6. Continue to mix evenly with Condensed Milk

Condensed Milk Mixture
7. It will become lumpy like this. (Mixture B)

After Condensed Milk was Mixed (B)

8.  Add mixture B into A from step 2 and mix again, then set aside. 

Adding into Egg Mixture

Mixture - Yolk Batter
C:

9. Take the egg whites and beat them till frothy for about 30 seconds

Egg Whites
10. Add in the sugar in 3 batches and continue beating at medium high speed. Beat till the meringue         is almost reaching the siff peak stage.

Adding Sugar in Batches
Meringue is formed

11. Scoop 1 / 3 of the meringue into the yolk batter at Step 8 and fold in .

1/3 Meringue Used
12. Then pour this back into the remaining 2/3 meringue and fold again to achieve a smooth batter.

Pouring back into 2/3 of Meringue
13. Once done, pour this into the 6" round mould. Lightly drop the mould or hit it a few times to               remove trapped air bubbles in this batter. As my mould is removable base, i have wrapped it with       a layer of aluminium fold to prevent water from seeping in.

Pouring Batter into Mould

All into the mould
14. Place the mould into 1 cm deep hot water bath. Bake it at preheated temperature of 170 degree 
      Celsius with upper heating coil for 40 minutes at the lower rack of the oven.

     After 40 minutes, reduce the oven temperature to 150 degree Celsius with both Upper & Lower     Heating Coil turn on and bake for another 20 to 30 minutes.

Baking with Water Bath
 15. Once the time is up, remove the cake from the water bath and drop the mould from about 5cm            about 3 times to prevent cake from shrinking when it cools down.

16. Let it cools on the cooling rack for about 15 - 20 minutes or when the cake slightly shrink from           wall of the mould.  Run your spatula along the circumference of the cake to detach it from the             mould. Thereafter, cool them down on the cooling rack so as to prevent moisture trap at the base         of the cake.

Finished 
 17. Enjoy your cottony condensed milk cotton cake.

Cottony Cake