Pandan Chiffon


This is the best Pandan Chiffon cake I ever bake, it is very moist (no densed or wet) yet fluffy n light. The original recipe is from Kiamnianwong's recipe which uses 6 egg yolks and 9 egg whites. For some some reason i like to use up all my eggs. I do not like them to lie in the the fridge for too long ^_^. So for this recipe is from Kitchen Tigress 





recipe modified from Kitchen Tigress
(I have double the recipe to use on my 23 cm tube pan)

190g Pandan Juice and coconut milk
(blend about 10 leaves of pandan leaves with water, if using coconut powder else with coconut milk )

[A]
6 egg yolks
60g sugar (I reduced from 100g sugar)
120g oil
200g cake flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt

[B]
6 egg whites
100g sugar
1/2 tsp cream of tartar

Method
1. Preheat Oven 160C
2. Blend the pandan juice wit coconut milk and weight 190g set aside
3. Mix the egg yolk and sugar until thick n fluffy
4. Add in the rest of [A] together with pandan coconut juice and whisk until combined
5. Mix egg white until frothy then gradually ad in sugar continue mix at high spead until turn white, add in cream of tar tar
6. Continue mix at high speed until stiff peak (bowl can turn upside down)
7. Bake at preheated oven 160C for 50 min to  1 hour

 

Comments

I love pandan chiffon but I am bad at baking one, never good at egg separation method :(. Your chiffon looks so good, soft and fluffy, so tempting.
Simonne said…
Thanks Jess @_@,
I use a egg seperator .. Egg are easier to be seperated when they are chill but are best to whip when they are at room temp
quizzine said…
This is my first time dropping by your interesting blog! Would love to try out this pandan chiffon one day ;))
Simonne said…
Quizzine,
thanks for dropping, your blog is amazing and has given me lots of tips!
Anonymous said…
Hi Simonne,

Your cake looks moist and beautiful! I would love to give it a try on your recipe.

Before that, may I ask you regarding the pandan juice and coconut milk which you mentioned in your recipe above? Does 190g refer to the total weight of pandan leaves and coconut milk? May I know how much of coconut milk did you put?

Thanks
Anne
Simonne said…
Anne,
It would be good to blend the pandan leaves with coconut milk. Then sieve them. Yes the total weight of the coconut milk + pandan juice = 190g
Happy Baking!
Rachel Yee said…
Looks great

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