Kept telling myself, not to blog hop so much but I just never listen! I still do it repeatedly. Ended up, feeling happy with the loads of new found recipes but at the same time, stressed out because I don't think I'll manage to try all of them though I'd really love to. Why can't try all of them mama? The answer is, who's going to eat them all? My family is not that a good eater. They are not so adventurous as me...that explains the difference in our sizes. Them, in the range of S to M and me alone, in the category of above XXL! Hahaha... tak apa, janji hati senang dan tak menyusahkan orang lain, sudah!
But nowadays, I have to thank all the tuition teachers, my hubby's cousin's family, Iddin's family and Harith's family for being there for me. They are the ones who
For today, let me just post this Steamed Sandwich Layered Jam Cake, recommended by Mak Lang Azie. I've made a few changes to the recipe to give more variety. Thank you Mak Lang for sharing the recipe with us. The cake turned out to be soft and yummy.
STEAMED SANDWICH LAYERED JAM CAKE
3 eggs (medium size)
1/2 tablespoon ovalette
100g castor sugar
100g self raising flour
20g milk powder
30g cooking oil
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
1 teaspoon chocolate emulco (I substitute with orange coloring)
Filling : Mango pie filling
1. In a mixing bowl, beat eggs, sugar, ovalette and water till thick.
2. Sieve the flour and milk powder. Fold into the creamed mixture.
3. Lastly pour in oil and mix well.
4. Take out 2 tablespoons of mixture and add the emulco. Mix well and pour into a piping bag.
5. Pour the plain mixture into the baking pan. Pipe straight lines with the colored mixture on top. Using a cake tester or a clean toothpick, make lines across the piped lines to give that zigzag effect.
6. Steam for 20 minutes.
7. Slice the cake into 2 pieces and spread the jam. Sandwich the cakes together and enjoy.