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Mango Cake Anyone ?

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    My Wok Life: Mango Cake Recipe

    "1st attempt of baking my Mango Cake with Real Fresh Mango"

    With adding of milk and water into it, the texture of my cake was not too dense. Soft and tasty.

    A bite of it together with the cream and real fresh mango cubes, creates extensively refreshing relish, with a hint of vanilla flavour which yielded from my homemade whipped cream.

    I loved to eat it a little chilled, with the presence of generous amount of real mango flesh. On top and in the middle layer of the cake! It was instead, the cake mango (laughing)!

    In my recipe, I have added with this ingredient named Ovalette. This was my first time getting to know about this substance called, ovalette. My colleague recommended it to me, to be added into sponge cake baking. I, later, found out that it was actually the sponge cake gel, to act as stabliser. It supposed to help to make the sponge cake smoother textured, raise better and evenly. Ovalette has yellow and white in colour. The one I got from my colleague was yellow. It is a non-scented thick paste. Need not to use alot, just add as little as half a teaspoon into the cake mixture will do.

    It is available in certain baking supply specialist stores, such as, Phoon Huat, the distributor of Singapore Red Man Brand. It has many branches around the Island.

    If you have problem finding baking stuff, go there. They should be able to help you.

    As for now, let's bake my cake!

    Yields 8" cake (about 12 pieces of small slices)
    200 grams of sponge cake premix (Optima Ready Mix from Bake King brand)
    3 large eggs
    50ml of milk + water (about 1/4 small cup)
    10 gram of butter (1 teaspoon sized)
    1 teaspoon of mango flavour (essence)
    1 teaspoon of ovalette (called it sponge cake gel or sponge cake stabilizer)
    200ml of whipped cream (get the ready-to-use instant whipped cream or click for my
    Homemade Whipped Cream Recipe)
    2 ripe mangoes, diced

    1) Mix all cake ingredients into a large bowl. Beat well with medium speed (No. 2), for 8 10 minutes.

    2) Pre-heat oven for 10 minutes, set temperature to 180C.

    3) Grease and line a sheet of grease-proof paper on a 8 square or round baking pan. Pour in the cake mixture.

    4) Place cake pan at centre rack. Bake for 30 35 min using 180C (top and bottom heat on).

    5) When cake is baked, leave it to cool on the rack, layer it half.

    6) When cake is completely cooled, slice into 2 layers, using bread knife.

    7) Mix half the amount of whipped cream with half the amount of diced mangoes. Spread a thick layer of whipped cream evenly on the bottom layer of cake. Leave some space around the edge of the cake.

    8) Top another layer of cake. Spread remaining whipped cream on top of the cake. Place remaining diced mangoes on top. Cut and serve. Or, chill it in the refrigerator till ready to serve.

    Look at the goody again! Just to eat the mango flavoured cake alone tastes very flavoursome, too. Not as greasy as marble or butter cake, this mango cake gives a fresh zesty relish in the palate. Yes, before it was topped and filled with creamy mangoes.

    The fragrance of mango flavour from the freshly baked hot cake was over-whelmed, even before adding the creamy topping and real mango flesh as its filling.

    I decorated the cake with topping of whipped cream and lots of diced mangoes. The real stuff! Give it a try. It's simple and quick to learn!

    Tips: Chill the decorated cake in the refrigerator, for even better and more refreshing taste.
    *Do not over-fill the centre layer of the cake to avoid spillage from the edge when placing with another layer of cake on top.

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    Re: Mango Cake Anyone ?

    Hey thanks alot for the recipe!!!

    I love mangoes...n mango cakes too!!

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    Yummy, thanks so much, I love mango cake and will surely try it. Do you have any recipe for muffins? My kid loves muffins

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    Re: Mango Cake Anyone ?

    what brand/type of milk are you using?

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