Monday, April 20, 2009

Marble Wheel Cake


250g egg white
2 egg yolk
165g sugar
50g cold water
1 1/2tsp ovalette
1tsp vanilla essence
200g cake flour }sieve
3/4tsp double-action baking powder }together

1 1/2tbsp condensed milk
170g butter (melted)

1tbsp chocolate paste

butter cream / jam

1. Preheat oven to 175C.
2. Grease and lightly dust the wheel pan with flour, shake away excess flour and leave it aside.
3. Whisk (A) at low speed until mixture well combined.
4. Switch to high speed and beat until thick and fluffy. (Do the ribbon test: Use the whisk to spoon some batter, drip some into the mixing bowl. If it stay visible for a while then this is the right stage.)
5. Add in (B) mix well.
6. Scoop out 1/4 of the batter and fold in (C).
7. Scoop some plain batter into 2 halves of the wheel pan.
8. Spoon some chocolate batter over it, use a chopstick and swirl around the batter.
9. Repeat Steps no. 7 and 8.
10.Bake in a preheated oven for 40-45mins if skewer comes out clean when inserted into cake then it done.
11.Let cake cool in the tin for a while then remove and cool it on the wire rack.
12.Slice away the crust.
13.Spread the butter cream on one half of the wheel cake and place the other half over it.
14.Chill and slice.


Quinn said...

Where can I get that sorta pan? Any chance for me to get it in adelaide? It's really beautiful!

Anonymous said...


does it stick? u pour the mixture on both sides and quickly close them up?

can u email mi the mexican pandan kaya bread recipe?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Quinn,

I bought this from my friend. She is helping someone to sell it.

Art of Eating said...

I like this interesting wheel pan, any chance to know how or where i could buy one ?

Seems good like a roll a cake.

DG said...

What a great idea to use it to bake cake as well! I just thought what can we do beside making bread & puding. You are super.

My Asian Kitchen said...

lovely and interesting cake!! wish I have the pan:)

Happy Flour said...

Hi anonymous,

Bake the cake first, slice away the crust, spread butter cream/jam then stick the two cakes together.

For the Mexican Pandan Kaya Buns, you can use the sweet bun recipe already post on my blog (raisins buns), fill it with kaya. As for the topping just cream 50g butter and 40g sugar together, beat in 45g egg, 50g flour and some pandan paste to form smooth batter. Pipe around the bread dough after 2nd proving and bake it.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Art of Eating,

Sorry, I have no idea where to buy this. Before I bought this, I also looking around for it. I remember can order from oversea but very expensive. You can check it out on the internet.

Happy Flour said...

Hi DG,

Thanks for your kind words. This idea come from Great Teacher lah.

Happy Flour said...

Hi My Asian Kitchen,

Thanks for your compliment.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour

For the mexican kaya bread, do u have any nice kaya recipe?

what do u mean by "2nd proving"?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

How can I address you?

You can check it out on the internet on serikaya recipe.

Bread making has two stages of proving, mean resting for the dough to double in size. 2nd proving is the last stage of resting after shaping the dough.

Hope this will help. You can refer to any bread recipe and read the steps on bread making.

Kate said...

嗨你好,我们那天在auntie 家见面的,还记得吗?你也做了好多糕点。有空要过来偷师了。

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,

Am one of the students in lucy's class :)

i just did ur raisin bread but i replace with hotdogs and cheese! it's just put from the oven and it smells great so far.. i havem taste it yet. will let u noe haha

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kate,


Happy Flour said...

Hi anonymous,

How can I address you? I have no idea who are you?

Anonymous said...

hi happy flour,

erm i guess u duno me.. im e most quiet one ahaha... u may call mi Eunice. by the way the bread turns out good. although not as good as i expected but good enuff for my lst time baking bread haha.. thanks

Happy Flour said...

Hi Eunice,

Next time if you see me at the class, can you approach me. I like to get to know you. :) Every time when I attend her class, I seldom see the same faces.

andrew said...

Wow.. Yummy Yummy!! Wheel Cakes!! Love it =D

Happy Flour said...

Hi andrew,

Thanks for your nice words.