Kaya Swiss Roll

recipe from Christine's Recipes Blog

Christine is using 12"x 12" square swiss roll pan, thus I modified to 3 eggs recipe for my 10" x 10" square pan.

3 eggs
60g sugar
30g cake flour
30g corn flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp ovalette
1 Tbs cold Milk
*45g canola oil

  1. Preheat Oven 180C
  2. Whisk everything until thick, I couldnt achieve the ribbon stage. I do the testing on the spatula. Leaving a line of finger mark
  3. Fold in oil or melted butter with spatula throughly
  4. Bake at 180 C for 15 minutes


Even though this is not an egg seperated method, the cake taste fluffy and moist! Thanks to the ovalette and cornflour!

Here's another variation egg seperated method recipe by Kevin Chai.The desire result is not achieve here (cake shrinks ), so  i'm not sharing the recipe here. The cake rise very high and uneven surfcae during baking. Any kind souls can help me on this ???


QarezmaV said…
gosh i dont know whether to drool or rush to my kitchen to bake.. but i am not that good in baking.. u shd bake for $$$
Christine said…
Hi! Simonne,
you got it right! the batter beat till thick but not ribbon stage, I should say it's more like "condensed milk".
♥LOVE2COOK♥ said…
Hi Simonne,

Sorry for the late reply. I just noticed ur comment under my Eggless Chocolate Cake II!

I'm using Teka Oven HX760...

I'm still new to the baking world. Lots more to learn. :D
The Sudden Cook said…
KAYAAAA! Brings back great childhood memories! This is something my husband and I are sure to enjoy!
Simonne said…
I'm baking as a hobby, u should try it too, is fun. Not all baking came out from oven success though. But just keep doin it.

Ya ya thanks!

Teka Oven hmm.. not sure we have it here in KL. Anyway thanks
Together we share n bakes!

The Sudden Cook
The prices for this slice of kaya roll went up at our local bakery shop. So thinking to whip this recipe up at home. And viola is easy to make!
Barcelona said…
I also love baking. Takes away all the headaches that day to day life brings = )
Koek! said…
Oooh, this takes me back to the tea parties of my childhood...
Lucky Girl said…
that looks delicious, can you send me some?!
Sarah said…
I can't wait to try this! Thanks for sharing.
jeany said…
Swiss roll was the food of childhood - though i don't think i ever had a homemade one - just the packet ones that were so dry and powdery, that it would go up your nose if you breathed at the same time as eating.
Mommy-To-Be said…
Just jotted down this recipe, hope you don't mind.

Simonne said…
Barcelona,Koek! ,
Yes indeed this is one of my fav cake!

Lucky Girl
Sure, I'm sending you right here...

Sarah ,jeany,Mommy-To-Be
Happy Baking this cake, hope you'll love it too!

jenn said…
They look so devine, I am going to try this at my bridesmaid party.

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