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Lapis Bumi Cake II (蒸咖啡可可千层蛋糕 ll)

This is a cake that i always love to make when the Lunar New Year arrive. My family love it a lot and now whenever i have time i will make it for leisure snacking..hehe It is moist, soft, kind of fudgy texture and full of nescafe (coffee) aroma. I use to make it in 2 natural color (layers) that is original plain and dark coffee color. You can view it here Recently, i saw another Lapis Bumi in a blogger friend blog so i think maybe have a change since the flavor is still the same. Oh yes!! the name of this cake is Lapis Bumi. I have my own favorite one here (Lapis Bumi l) and this one will be my Lapis Bumi ll....  lol

 

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Lapis Bumi ll
Recipe adapted from DayangJack from Dapurku Sayang
Makes a 7x7x1  square cake
Cup: base on a 250ml metric measuring cup

Ingredients:
1 cup (135g) all purpose flour, sifted
1/4 cup Horlick (i accidentally used Horlicks chocolate*)
5 eggs (grade A - without shell weight about 55g)
225g butter (i used golden churn)
4 tbsp kaya 
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup condensed milk
1/2 tsp cocoa powder
1 tsp vanilla paste
1 1/2 tbsp instant coffee powder (nescafe) mix with 1 tsp cocoa powder, dilluted with 1 Tbsp of hot water. 
Some green and yellow food colouring

To Do:
1. Prepared a wok or a steamer, add enough water and heat it up, Lined the bottom of a 7x7 inches square cake tin.
2. Sift all purpose flour and horlick together, set aside.
3. In a mixing bowl, beat butter and sugar till light and pale,
4. Add in eggs, one at a time, beating with low speed. Add in vanilla paste. 
5. Beat in Kaya then condensed milk mix well.
6. Add in flour and mixed to combine.
7. Divide batter into 3 portions; mix 1 portion with nescafe mixture, 1 portion with yellow food coloring and 1 portion with green food coloring. (i used natural food coloring from Queen's brand) Then divide each portion into 2 parts into small bowls each. (total of 6 parts; 2 nescafe, 2 yellow and 2 green parts)
8. Pour 1 part of green color batter into cake tin, loosely cover with a piece of aluminium foil and steam for  5 to 8 minutes or until the surface is not sticky when touches it.
9.  Follow with the yellow color batter, repeat the same process for steaming. Then follow with the nescafe batter. Repeat the same from green batter to yellow batter then final layer is the nescafe batter.
    

10. Complete with another 30 minutes steaming to further cook the cake. Remove the cake from the steamer to cool for 15 minutes before removing from the cake tin
11. Cool the cake before slicing.











 


I'm submitting this post to Best Recipes for Everyone March 2015 Event Theme: My Favourite Traditional Kueh organized by Fion of XuanHom’s Mom and co-hosted by Joceline - Butter, Flour & Me. 

Comments

  1. Mui,
    This must be nice, I love steamed cake.

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  2. i think i should call you bumi 达人。。。i mean seriously, you are so good with your steamed layered cakes... my inspiration of the layered steam cakes are from you actually... SHIFU!

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  3. 啊。。 看到千层糕就想到了 sarawak 人了。 哈哈哈 。。。。。。。 达人啊, 达人。。 真羡慕你可把千层糕蒸得那么均匀平平的。棒极了。
    谢谢您的分享和参与。感恩~

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  4. 真的蒸得好平均,妳真棒!
    谢谢妳参与支持最棒食谱,我们期待着妳更多的分享哦 。。。哈哈哈

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  5. Hi, your kuih lapis look so sweet. Doubt I have the patience to make this :(

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  6. Oh I like coffee flavour ... your Lapis Bumi looked so nice and yummy!

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  7. I didn't know kuih lapis can be steamed too. This looks delicious mui!

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  8. Hi. Your Lapis Bumi looks really good. I would like to try making it but can't decided whether I should make your Lapis Bumi 1 or this Lapis Bumi 2. Which one do you prefer?
    Esther

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    1. Hi Esther,
      Are you trying to do lapis cake for the first time? If yes, do try this lapis bumi ll. I recommend lapis bumi ll, cause its a smaller portion and it will be easier to handle.
      But if you are not the first time, try both :) both have slightly different texture. I love both.
      Happy trying!

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  9. Hi. Your lapis looks very nice and I can't wait to try making it. However, I have one question. May I know where the 1/2 tsp of cocoa powder comes in? I've read through the recipe a few times but don't see it stated in the recipe. Also, for the eggs, I only need to beat until incorporated, is it? Hope to hear from you soon!

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  10. Hi Linda. I hope it's okay if i reply on behalf of Mui Mui. The cocoa powder is mixed with the nescafe diluted in 1tbsp of hot water :)

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