I am a full-time working mum to 2 boys. I really enjoy baking and cooking and it feels so satisfying when my family enjoys my baking and cooking.
Wow your cotton sponge cake very beautiful and nice. mine one! really cannot compare with you. http://petsleepingpig.blogspot.com/2009/05/japanese-cotton-sponge-cake_19.html
Really looks so soft & evenly brown on top too! Is the recipe in your blog some where? If not, can you share the recipe? Would love to try other sponge cake recipe other than Castella. :P
Hi, Your sponge cake looks really good and soft. I made sponge cakes several times but still never cotton soft. Would you mind sharing your recipe? I want to make sponge cake again for my kid's birthday, which is 3 weeks away. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks,Regina
This is really looking GOOD!
Regina and Ching, the recipe is already in my blog under Cotton Spongecake. Actually this is a recipe from Alex Goh's book but I find his method not what I like so I change the method to what I would like to do. However, if you have his book and you would like to try his original method you can do so too.
I'll ever tried Alex Goh's Japanese Cotton Sponge Cake, not cottony at all, I think he still keeping some & didn't share it out. I think I'll try yours, can I know the size of the baking tray?
Very beautifully baked sponge cake. Looks like really soft and fluffy cake. Can I ask for the recipe please?
KC, the recipe is in my blog under Cotton Spongecake.Hnonymous, I used exactly the same ingreds as state in Alex Goh's book except for the milk. INstead of evaporated milk, I used fresh milk. You can use either a swiss roll pan, like what I did here and cut it into half and spread with some buttercream and stack it up. Or you can use a 8 inch round or square baking tin.
Hi Hugbear!Your sponge cake looks so pretty & spongy! Think goes well with kaya too! :)
hi Hugbear, i left a comment in the other post earlier. i realise my prob could be due to my shortened baking time. it was also rather wet.can i check what brand of eggs do u normally buy for baking? are the eggs frm phoonhuat fresh?
Hi HB,May I know how to make the buttercream?
You can get the buttercream recipe from my sugar roll post.Tracy, I agree that underbaking it will make the cake rather wet. I have had such experience before too. I don't know what brand of eggs I use because I usually buy by the tray from the wholesaler through my aunty. It is usually bigger and cheaper then if I buy from the market or supermarket.
Hi Baking Mum, U have won a award,U are invited to my house and get the award. thank U!
Hi HugbearIndeed you have a 'midas touch'. Any recipes you do will turn into beautiful bakes!Florence
Hi hugbear, ur sponge cake looks very 'neat' and nice.....can tell it is cotton soft from the picture.I have the Alex Goh book, I think I should try the recipe one of these days. Thanks for sharing.
I am so tempted to try this recipe. The cake is so soft and spongy... Cheersolivia
Hi Olivia, this cake is indeed very soft and spongy. Give it a try if you like. Look for the recipe under Cotton Spongecake.
hello.can share this recipe please?(=
The butter cream was a big hit with my family, though abit sweet for my dad. How do I make it less sweet.Pleae advise. Thanks.
Porkie, add lesser of the sugar syrup.
Hi Hugbear,Thank you so much for sharing your recipes. Your blog is fantastic!I tried baking the Japanese Cotton Sponge Cake just now and it turned out to be a success. As an amatuer baker,I am so glad to be able to bake the sponge cake at first go.Thanks again,Sin Girl (Perth).
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