Thursday, January 7, 2010

Mango Yogurt Cake (Baked in Rice Cooker) 电饭锅做蛋糕


After the several successes of cake baking in the rice cooker, I endeavored to try a new flavour. It's my own mix and match kind of experimental recipe. I'm proud to say that it turns out yummy! :)

Initially after baking, the cake was a bit dry. Surprisingly within a night, it transformed into moist, fragrant and soft cake. It's unbelievable! Anyone knows the theory behind? Please share with me.

Mango Yogurt Cake

260gm of mango yogurt
120 gm of Caster sugar
4 eggs (Grade B) at room temperature
50gm of sunflower oil
200gm of self-raising flour
1 tsp of baking powder

Method:

1. Beat the eggs and Caster sugar under high speed until fluffy. (I beat it for about 15 minutes)

2. Pour in the yogurt and mix well.

3. Gently fold in the sifted flour and baking powder with plastic spatula.

4. Lastly, add the sunflower oil and mix well with spatula.

5. Using spatula, transfer the batter into inner pot of rice cooker. Give the pot a few good shake to remove the air trapped in the batter.

6. Bake the cake using "quick cook" menu.

7. When it's done, leave it cool. Upside turn the pot to leave the cake bottom-up on a big plate.

22 comments:

Anncoo said...

Very pretty cake. Too bad my rice cooker is not suitable to bake a cake.
BTW is 2000gm self raising flour correct?

ai wei said...

omggg, lovely mango yogurt cake by rice cooker??? sounds fun but mine is not suitable for baking

Sook said...

Wow this looks divine!! I have a mango sitting in the fridge. :)

Little Inbox said...

Anncoo, thanks for pointing out my typo error. It supposed to be 200gm.

ai wei,yeah, with that rice cooker, it makes baking so simple!

Sook, I didn't use fresh mango, I just add mango yogurt, hehe...
Thanks for dropping by.

Big Boys Oven said...

wow awesome, i must try this recipe of yours! heheeheh

xin said...

wow! baking in rice cooker is so so cool!!!! although I think I really have no talent in baking, but i think i want to try this! just set to quick cook and it will seriously be cooked within that timeframe?

Duckie said...

ahyo my rice cooker not suitable for baking too!!!

Little Inbox said...

BBO, hehe...don't know if it going to suit your taste bud?

Xin, I use Panasonic micro-computer rice cooker. Not sure if it works for the other brands.

Duckie, never mind, invest one will do.

Khai said...

I'm just wondering beside the rice cooker, got other way to bake this cake ??

Mine rice cooker is not suitable for baking too.

Little Inbox said...

Khai, it should be able to bake in oven too. But, not too sure.

Dora said...

Soooo creative of you. Simple and yet yummy recipe. :D

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Is the cake full of mango flavour?

Little Inbox said...

Dora, yes, it's simple to bake, but taste yummy!

FoOd PaRaDiSe, the mango taste is not strong, just rely on the mango yogurt.

New Kid on the Blog said...

wow.... looks good leh!!! must be real yummy yummy!!! :)

Little Inbox said...

New Kid, yea, it's very moist. :)

Khai said...

So do you have any suggestion how long should bake in oven ?

Little Inbox said...

Khai, no I don't have. Baking time varies from oven to oven, but you should monitor the color change while baking for the 1st trial. Stop the timer when the cake turn golden brown. Test it by inserting a toothpick. The cake is done if the toothpick came out clean.

cariso said...

Oh no! I got to cancel my order from SEC already! I definitely need one rice cooker like yours which can bake!

Little Inbox said...

Cariso, hope you'll like the new rice cooker. :)

minibaker said...

Wow!I'm considering getting a rice cooker for my daughter as she goes overseas. Can this rice cooker be used for other 'bakes' n some simple cooking as well? thanks!

Anonymous said...

Can I use Bake function instead of Quick Cook? My Bake function is 45mins.

Anonymous said...

Hi. I just try this recipe with my rice cooker. But after 30 minutes. The cake oledi turn golden brown. Then I stop the timer. After the cake cool down n I cut the cake. The cake like half cooked(the upper layer), half uncooked(the down layer) Do u know why?

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