Sunday, September 20, 2009

Butter Cake II

For the past few day i discovered there's nothing much & exciting stock up at home to snack about. So i decided to make some butter cake. This time trying the new method from Mrs Leong and i had the recipe modified.
250g butter (melted)
5 eggs (yolk & white separated)
180g castor sugar
200g self raising flour (sifted)
1 tsp vanilla essence
3 tbsp condensed milk
1 tsp chocolate paste (optional-marble cake effect)

  1. Put egg white, sugar in a big bowl beat to thick, lightly beat the yolk and add into the egg white. Continue to beat till creamy.
  2. In another bowl mix butter and condensed milk, using a egg beater for about 5 mins and add in vanilla essence.
  3. Add in a cup of egg mixture, follow by flour, mix well. Lastly add in all the egg mixture & butter mixture. Mix well.
  4. Pour into a greased pan and bake at 180c for 10 mins. Lower the temperature to 140c for another 45-50 mins or till the skewer come out clean.


Food Lover said...

How does it taste as compare to the previous recipe?

Art of Eating said...

This is really good, everyone enjoy it alot. The fragrant of the butter cake (w condensed milk) is nice and i like the texture to. Definitely a keeper

Cookie said...

If I may add, the marbling looks attractive too!

Art of Eating said...

Thanks Cookie. Until today the left over cake still taste good and moist

Cookie said...

Haha, save one for me!

I would love to try this... only hesitant cos too many eggs in the recipe :-(

Art of Eating said...

It's worth a try though the amount of egg is more. I got rather addictive eating them.