STEAMED EGG SPONGE CAKE (JI DAN GAO 鸡蛋糕)

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This works best on an electric mixer with a whisk to beat the batter. Love the light & egg taste from this steamed eggy, fluffy & moist sponge cake.

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Prep Time

20 min

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Cook Time

45 min

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Wait Time

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STEAMED EGG SPONGE CAKE (JI DAN GAO 鸡蛋糕)

Ingredients

Makes 12
12 servings Makes

Instructions

Step 1

Add eggs into a large mixing bowl of an electric stand mixer. Using high speed, beat eggs for one minute until light and fluffy.


Step 2

Slowly add in sugar.

Slowly add in sugar.

Step 3

On medium high speed, continue to beat till double in volume and the batter is thick, creamy and pale.

On medium high speed, continue to beat till double in volume and the batter is thick, creamy and pale.

Step 4

Then, add in vanilla extract.

Then, add in vanilla extract.

Step 5

Using low speed, gradually whisk in sifted all-purpose flour.

Using low speed, gradually whisk in sifted all-purpose flour.

Step 6

Then, add in soda drink. Do not over mix.

Then, add in soda drink. Do not over mix.

Step 7

Meanwhile, line a bamboo basket with parchment paper.


Step 8

Pour the cake batter into the prepared lined bamboo steam tray.


Step 9

Place the filled bamboo tray onto a prepared steamer.

Place the filled bamboo tray onto a prepared steamer.

Step 10

Steam over HIGH heat for 45 minutes.

Steam over HIGH heat for 45 minutes.

Step 11

And we're done! To test for doneness, insert a bamboo skewer into the centre of cake should come out clean.


Step 12

Cut and serve after slightly cooled. As always, ENJOY!

Cut and serve after slightly cooled. As always, ENJOY!

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STEAMED EGG SPONGE CAKE (JI DAN GAO 鸡蛋糕)

STEAMED EGG SPONGE CAKE (JI DAN GAO 鸡蛋糕)

By huangkitchen

This works best on an electric mixer with a whisk to beat the batter. Love the light & egg taste from this steamed eggy, fluffy & moist sponge cake.

Prep Time

20 min

Cook Time

45 min

Wait Time

--

Ingredients

Makes 12

Instructions

Add eggs into a large mixing bowl of an electric stand mixer. Using high speed, beat eggs for one minute until light and fluffy.

Step 1

Add eggs into a large mixing bowl of an electric stand mixer. Using high speed, beat eggs for one minute until light and fluffy.

Slowly add in sugar.

Step 2

Slowly add in sugar.

On medium high speed, continue to beat till double in volume and the batter is thick, creamy and pale.

Step 3

On medium high speed, continue to beat till double in volume and the batter is thick, creamy and pale.

Then, add in vanilla extract.

Step 4

Then, add in vanilla extract.

Using low speed, gradually whisk in sifted all-purpose flour.

Step 5

Using low speed, gradually whisk in sifted all-purpose flour.

Then, add in soda drink. Do not over mix.

Step 6

Then, add in soda drink. Do not over mix.

Meanwhile, line a bamboo basket with parchment paper.

Step 7

Meanwhile, line a bamboo basket with parchment paper.

Pour the cake batter into the prepared lined bamboo steam tray.

Step 8

Pour the cake batter into the prepared lined bamboo steam tray.

Place the filled bamboo tray onto a prepared steamer.

Step 9

Place the filled bamboo tray onto a prepared steamer.

Steam over HIGH heat for 45 minutes.

Step 10

Steam over HIGH heat for 45 minutes.

And we're done! To test for doneness, insert a bamboo skewer into the centre of cake should come out clean.

Step 11

And we're done! To test for doneness, insert a bamboo skewer into the centre of cake should come out clean.

Cut and serve after slightly cooled. As always, ENJOY!

Step 12

Cut and serve after slightly cooled. As always, ENJOY!

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