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Banana Chiffon Cake ~香蕉戚风蛋糕

This Banana chiffon cake is fluffy, airy and delicately textured. The natural banana flavor and it's sweetness is just nice.







Banana  Chiffon Cake (香蕉戚风蛋糕)
Recipe adapted from the book of 果子 学校-Eicole de patisserie (in chinese)

Ingredients:
A)
3 egg yolks (60gm)
20g castor sugar
30g corn oil 
50g plain flour
60g mashed banana (about i medium size banana)
1/2 tsp vanilla extract (i used 1/2 a vanilla pod)

B) Meringue
3 egg white (90g)
50g castor sugar
1 tsp lemon juice (i added)

To do:

1) Preheated oven at 170C

2) Mix ingredient A) with a whisk till just evenly mix. Set aside.

3) In a mixing bowl whisk egg white until frothy. Add lemon juice continue whisk till egg whites form thick foam. Gradually add in castor sugar, continue whisking till egg white reach firm peak stage.

4) Add egg whites (meringue) into egg yolk mixture in 3 batches. Use a whisk to mix in the first batch. Then change to a spatula to fold in the other 2 batches. Scrape down and fold till it is just evenly mixed.

5) Pour batter into a 7" chiffon pan. Rotate pan as you pour to spread the batter evenly. Bang the pan 1-2 times on the work top to release any air bubbles. Bake in bottom rack of oven for 35minutes.  






Enjoy~

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  1. Hi Doreen may I know where did you buy your chiffon pan?

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