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Roselle Cake Lapis

Another lapis cake... ^^ I like this one a lot. It had fine, smooth and soft texture. It looks wonderful in pink red too. Although it is named Roselle but there is no Roselle flower in it at all. I guess due to the pink red color of the layer so the it is named as Roselle lapis. :D My two boys love lapis cake too. Once they start having the first piece, they will ask for more ... " Can I have some more please?" You might like to try to make this one too.... ^^



RoSelle Cake LaPis



Ingredients (A):
15 egg yolks
4 egg whites
200g Hong Kong flour
180g castor sugar
1 tbsp ovallete


Ingredients (B):
480g butter
1 medium size 'seri kaya'
120g milk powder
4 tbsp condense milk

some red colouring and some strawberry paste


Method:
1) Beat ingredients (A) until pale and fluffy.

2) In another bowl beat ingredients (B) until it is pale and fluffy too.

3) MIx (A) and (B) together until it is all well combined.

4) Divide the mixture into 2 portions; 1 part mix with red coloring and strawberry paste ; 1 part leave it plain (original)

5) Lined a 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" square baking tray. (Only lined the bottom of the tray with parchment paper)

6) Preheated oven with upper and lower grill for 5 minutes. Spoon 5 tbsp of plain mixture into the baking tray, spread it evenly.  Only upper grill heat to grill. Top grill for 4-5 minutes or until it is golden brown on the surface. Follow by the second layer; again spoon 5 tbsp of strawberry mixture, spread out evenly. Again with only top gril to grill for 4-5 minutes. Repeat doing the same until all of the cake mixture is finish.


** Note: You can be more creative with the way of cutting the cake. Use a cookies cutter to cut it into different shape...^^


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