Home    Share Recipe    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login
Join our Facebook Group to share recipes and cooking advice.

Green Tea Chiffon Cake

by Ennvy.c (follow)
Dessert (1081)      Baking (674)      Cakes (149)      Matcha (10)      Green Tea (8)      Chiffon (2)     
Make your own Green Tea Chiffon Cake to serve up for afternoon tea. Goes perfectly with a fresh cup of coffee to enjoy with friends.

Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 40 minutes
Makes: 4-6 servings

½ cup plain flour
3 tbsp corn flour
½ tsp baking powder
2 eggs, separated
3/4 cup caster sugar
2 tbsp honey
1 tbsp greentea powder
50ml milk
¼ cup canola oil
Icing sugar to dust

Preheat oven to 160°C, grease and line a cake pan (I used a 18 cm diameter pan).
In a large bowl sift together flour, cornflour and baking powder.

Heat the milk in the microwave for 15 seconds or until warm.

Melt the green tea powder in the milk, stirring to remove any clumps.

In another bowl beat together egg yolks, sugar and honey for 3 minutes or until pale.

Add canola oil to the egg mixture.

Using a metal spoon, stir together the flour and egg mixture until well combined.

Pour in the green tea milk mixture and combine well.

Beat the egg whites until soft peaks, while gradually adding the sugar one quarter cup at a time.

Add in half the egg whites into the green tea batter and fold to combine. Repeat with the remaining egg whites.

Pour the mixture into the prepared cake tin, dropping the pan lightly to raise any air bubbles.

Bake for 30-35 minutes or until a skewer inserted comes out clean.

Remove from oven and rest for 10 minutes to set.

Dust with icing sugar to serve.

#Green Tea
I like this Recipe - 4
[ print friendly ]
Submit your recipes for a share of ad revenue - click here
More Recipes by Ennvy.c
view all recipes by Ennvy.c
Articles by Ennvy.c on Other Hubs
These colourful Oreo Whoopie Pies are just what you need to brighten up your kid's lunch or dessert!...
Pineapples are a popular tropical fruit, not only well known for the geometric patterns on its body ...
Not all chips have to be deep fried, oily and greasy -they can also be healthy and good for you
Warm, tasty dessert for the whole family to enjoy at the dinner table after a hard day's work
ID: 3493
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Recipes
Easy (2874)
Healthy (1888)
Vegetarian (1517)
Quick (1387)
Dinner (2274)
Lunch (1798)
Dessert (1081)
Breakfast (581)
Family (1525)
Simple (966)
Snack (848)
Vegan (744)
Kids (743)
Chicken (692)
Baking (674)
Chocolate (537)
Sweet (414)
Cheese (387)
Salad (362)
Winter (315)
Sweets (307)
Pasta (281)
Cake (270)
Soup (256)
Rice (247)
Snacks (239)
Bread (238)
Summer (237)
Fish (236)
Eggs (230)
Brunch (217)
Fruit (215)
Tomatoes (202)
Mushrooms (190)
Banana (187)
Low Fat (183)
Beef (175)
Coconut (175)
Curry (173)
Seafood (169)
Nuts (169)
Side Dish (165)
Biscuits (164)
Bacon (152)
Cakes (149)
Spicy (145)
Potato (144)
Avocado (143)
Party (142)
Entree (137)
Spinach (135)
Copyright 2012-2021 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version