Monday, January 26, 2009

Marble Cake

This is my first bake of the Year of Ox. Hahaha ... Making this to bring to my cousin's house on the second day of the lunar new year. I ran out of evaporated milk and self raising flour so I substitued it with diary whipping cream and cake flour with baking powder.

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16 comments:

quizzine said...

Hi Baking mum,
thanks for sharing this recipe. I've tried it out this morning and it's really nice ;-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Lee Lee,

Love your pictures but I cannot find the recipe to your marble cake.

Pls help ... . Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Hi Baking mum,

Your marble cake looks great! Can you please share your recipe with me? My email is polonium@singnet.com.sg.

Janie

Angeline said...

They look wonderful...and delicious of course.

Hugbear said...

Thanks everyone. Actually this is my butter cake recipe. What I did was to replace 30g of flour with cocoa powder. After the flour is mixed into the butter mixture and mixed well, take out about 1/3 of the batter and add the cocoa powder into it. Place the white batter into tin and drop the chocolate batter into different spots and use a skewer or a chopstick to swirl it to make the marble effect. Bake as per recipe's instruction. But the cake should be bake for more than 30 mins. I will amend my recipe accordingly.

may said...

How many baking powder should I put for either plain flour or cake flour to substitute the SR flour ?
Thanks & Gong Xi Fatt Chai

Hugbear said...

Hi May, for 300g of either plain flour or cake flour, I used 1.5 tsp of baking powder.

Amy said...

Hi, Lee!

Need you advice.

May I check if I would like to melt some Lindt chocolate into the batter for marbling effect. Do I still need to mix it with the white batter?

Thanks in advance.

Bits of Life 'n' Taste said...

Hi, blog hopped to here! You have fantastic recipes here! Nice marble cake!

Hugbear said...

Amy, if you just want the pattern of the marbling effect then no need. But if you want to eat the cake with some part that has chocolate cake taste then add the melted chocolate into some white batter.

Hugbear said...

Hi Bits of Life 'n' Taste. You have a nice blog there too.

Hugbear said...

Hi Bits of Life 'n' Taste. You have a nice blog there too.

Talita said...

This marble cake looks great!

新年快樂!

dolphing said...

The texture of your marble cake so colourful^^

muffin lover said...

hi hugbear, just happen to came accross ur blog and see all ur lovely cakes and food. may i know instead or evaporated milk can i use fresh milk and will it be the same amount. thank you

Anonymous said...

hi hugbear,
can i bake them in muffins cups? whats the temp n time needed?? thks u so much.Wana bake this for my mum's birthdae.

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