Friday, August 25, 2017

Project: Matcha spongecake


EN

One easy recipe for you to start the summery weekend well! A simple but delicious and o so fluffy matcha spongecake. And yes, it's another matcha one. Not a matcha fan? Don't worry you can easily replace it by cacao powder. Or lemon zest. Or just vanilla extract. Just to keep it simple and mostly easy, because it's going to be an easy summery weekend. 
NL

Een makkelijk recept voor jou om je zomers weekend goed te beginnen! Een simpel maar o zo lekker en zachte matcha spongecake. En ja, het is alweer matcha smaak. Geen fan van matcha? Geen probleem! Vervang het met cacao poeder. Of citroen rasp. Of gewoon vanille extract. Hou het lekker simpel want het wordt een fijn zomers weekend zonder poes pas.

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Ingredients
4 eggs (separated, room temperature)
120 gr sugar
120 gr plain flour
½ tsp. salt
30 ml veggie oil + 40 ml milk
1 tbsp. matcha powder
Oval cake pan
This is one of my favorite cake pan! You can use a springvorm pan as well.
I`ve actually used two small cake pans as this recipe is good enough for one 18 ⌀ cm pan.
To release big airbubbles inside the cake. So. Drop it! (like it`s hot)
The Steps
1. Line a baking pan with baking paper and preheat oven to 150C degrees. In a clean large bowl beat the egg whites while gradually adding the sugar init to stiff meringue peaks with a handmixer.
2. Then add the egg yolks to this meringue batter and combine/fold with a whisk by hand until super creamy.
3 Sift in the plain flour, salt and the matcha powder into the meringue batter gradually and mix/fold it gently until the flours has combined and dissolved into the batter.
4 Lastly add in the oil and milk mixture to the batter and gently fold everything until smooth. Pour the batter in the prepared baking pan. Drop the cake pan a few times on a table or work surface to avoid large air bubbles inside the cake.
5. Bake the cake for 35 min. Increase the oven to 180C degrees for 3 minutes. Then let it cool down completely!
6. Run your knife carefully around the edges of the cake for easy unmolding. Enjoy your cake!
 

6 comments :

  1. this looks absolutely appetizing ugh! i looove sponge cake :9
    the only difficulty i find is to find the right matcha powder. my mom and i used to try baking matcha roll cake (which failed because we couldn't roll it to perfection) and the matcha powder we bought didn't look green - it looked... muddy dark green, like chinese herbal medicine LOL

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  2. OMG! look so yummy! love everything Matcha!

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  3. So beautiful!!! I love a green recipe :3 But I'm also loving that photo of the yellow yolks and your blue nails :3 Those colours together! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  4. This looks so delicious, thanks for giving us the recipe!

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  5. Oooo I might have to try this with lemon zest - sounds so good

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