Monday, October 6, 2008

Sarawak Serikaya Cake

Another cake which I learned from Aunty Yochana Baking Class. This steamed cake is quite difficult to mix as the quantity of wet ingredients are more than dry ingredients and it curdle easily. Mine is not a perfect Serikaya cake as the top crack should be due to expose to cold air for too long (Advise, do not remove cake from steamer while sprinkling sesame seed.) and it not as soft as the actual Serikaya cake. But one thing for sure, this cake taste really good. I liked the taste of caramel from the Browning (Gula Hitam) and Horlicks. 'Don't judge the cake by it look.' :)


Snooky doodle said...

this looks nice yummy

Happy Flour said...

Hi snooky doodle,

Thanks, this really taste good. First try and you will ask for another slice.

My @ddictions said...

hi there, pretty blog you have thre.
i was wondering do you mind to list out the ingredients used, not the recipe...tq

Happy Flour said...

Hi my@ddictions,

You can find another version of this recipe in Y3K bakery book 'Delicious Cakes'. It almost the same.

My @ddictions said...

oh ok then thks for the info

Anonymous said...

Hi,may i know where did u buy the browning ? thx

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

I bought it from Anna Phua. You can find her shop address on the internet.