November 15, 2015

Mango Cream Cake ~芒果鲜奶油蛋糕

Hi, Hi, Hi, i would like to Thank Jozelyn from Spice Up my Kitchen for hosting for Little Thumbs Up ~November. First, my apologize to Jozelyn for my super late post. It has been quite a super duper pack month for me. Hope that i can post more after this. Second, i also like to thanks to all dear friends who share their wonderful recipes to Little Thumbs Up events and Best Thumbs Up Recipes in facebook. Thank you!!! :D

My family is a big fan of mango. Especially my boys, they love mango very much. Anything with mango they will love it! My mil's birthday falls in this mango season. It is great to have fresh mango around to make her a mango cream cake. The cake taste just the right sweetness, with dairy whipped cream as frosting and sandwich in-between are fresh cut mango slices. Yummeh!!
Mango Cream Cake
 A simple cake for a special person.
Love the soft, fluffy sponge cake, which pair well with 
whipped cream frosting and the sweet mango slices
>< my sponge cake doesn't have a smooth top like my ah chi's ...
See, see, see it crack like nobody :p
luckily it is still soft, fluffy and spongy!
Trim away the crack top;
Start slicing it into 3 layers;
Yeah! nice 3 layers;
First layer on the plate;
Apply adequate of whipped cream on and place slice mango;
Add more slice mango and follow with second layer of cake;
Last piece of cake and apply balance whipped cream onto
the whole cake and smooth out with a spatula knife.
Mango Cream Cake                   
Sponge cake adapted from nasi lemak lover
makes one 7 inch cake (use loosen bottom baking pan)

4 egg yolks (large)
20g castor sugar
50g corn oil
60g milk
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
90g cake flour

4 egg white
1/2 tsp lemon juice or 1/4 tsp cream of tartar
60g castor sugar

For decorations:
2 mangoes; slice one into thick long strips and cut some into cubes about 1/2 a cup for topping.

To Do:

1. Lightly whisk egg yolk with sugar.
2. Add in corn oil and milk, stir to combine.
3. Add in cake flour, mix well and set aside.
4. In a clean mixing bowl, add in egg white, add in lemon juice, beat ill foamy.
5. Gradually add in sugar, beat till stiff peaks ~(hand mixer speed 3 takes about 5 minutes)
6. Take 1/3 portion of egg white mixture and use hand whisk to mix with egg yolk mixture till light.
7. Fold the balance of egg white mixture into egg yolk mixture combine well.
8. Pour batter into the pan (do not lined the baking pan, do not use a non-stick pan)
9. Bake in a preheated oven at 140C for 25 minutes (at lower rack) then increase to 170C and continue to bake for 30 minutes.


350ml uht whipping cream (i use nestle uht whipping cream)
35g icing sugar 

To Do:
In a stand mixer, pour cold uht whipping cream into the mixing bowl add in icing sugar and whip till it is stiff peak. (do not over whip) set  aside in the fridge.

To assemble the cake:
1. When the sponge cake is cool, slice it into 3 layers.
2. Put the first layer of sponge onto the cake board. Apply adequate amount of whipped cream onto the cake and arrange slice mango on top.
3. Apply second layer of cake onto the first frosted layer. Again apply adequate amount of whipped cream onto the cake and arrange slice mango on top.
4. Apply the last piece of cake onto the top. Apply the balance of the whipped cream onto the whole cake and smooth it out with a spatula knife. Then decorate with piped whipped cream and top with cube mango.. Done!! :D

Simple decoration with fresh cut mango cubes.
A slice for YOU!
This post is linked to Little Thumbs Up event hosted by Jozelyn from Spice Up My Kitchen
ith her Novwmber 2015 theme - Mango
organised by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and myself, my little favourite DIY
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We are having a Christmas break in December and a New Year break in January 2016. It is wonderful to have a short break to freshen up :D Hope that you will join us in our next event that is in February 2016 with awesome bloggers from Sweet Home-Chefs with the theme of Chrysanthemum and edible flowers. Sound special right? Well do join us to explore more about it !!
Zeo and I would like to say Thanks to Jess from Bakericious for being such a wonderful host for Little Thumbs Up ~October and also to all who have shared your fabulous recipes with LTU. In this event we have collected 253 posts. If you have miss it, please visit here for all the fabulous recipes from coconut. 

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