Pandan Swissroll

A really forgiving recipe, with little chance of cracking. Recipe (adapted from Enne Ty) 4 yolks 15g sugar 60g coconut milk 1/2 tsp pandan paste 35g cooking oil 75g cake flour sifted 4 egg whites 50g sugar Method 1. Line a 11″ by 11″ baking tray. Preheat oven to 190 deg C. 2. Beat yolks…

Pandan Kaya Cake

This cake mainly adapted from Jeannie Tay and Kitchen Tigress,  yields a very soft fragrant custard. I like it a lot. My adaptation is to  use some of the coconut milk to extract the Pandan. But you can also use pandan paste to simplify things. The inner cake can also be varied. I last paired it with Gula…

Pandan Chocolate Zebra Cake

Recipe 10- 15 leaves, blended with 80 g coconut milk and some water to squeeze out 95g of Pandan coconut milk. 4 egg yolks 50 g sugar 60g cooking oil 100g cake flour 1 tbsp cocoa powder 1/2 tsp green colouring (optional) 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 5 egg whites 50g sugar 1/4…

Taiwanese Bread

The name is such because the recipe is supposedly from a Taiwanese baking academy. Thanks to Sujun Neo from Bake The Talk FB group, for sharing. I added my own homemade pandan concentrate and it smelled amazing. Again a very wet and sticky dough, but very easy to achieve window pane. So, patience, patience, patience…

Pandan Chiffon (cooked dough 烫面)

  This cooked dough method yields a soft luscious cake, that makes you feel like you are biting on air. The crumbs are delicate and fine, because the flour has been cooked by the heated oil and unable to form more gluten. If done correctly, it can be easier than the usual recipe because there…

Pandan Chiffon Cake

Another great recipe from Kitchen Tigress, so grateful for her sharing. Some recipes leave you wondering what went wrong, but hers always comes with great explanation, so you can appreciate why you shouldn’t change things. In order to make this pcc, another must read is Dr Leslie Tay’s (ieatishoot) blog post, so much info to…

Pandan Chiffon/ Sponge Cake (cooked dough/ 烫面)

This lovely soft Pandan sponge cake is baked using a cooked dough method. The result is a soft cottony cake that would dupe you into eating piece after piece thinking it is just a light dessert. Look at the fine crumb.   I saw the recipe from Jeannie Tay’s blog. The method is however, not…