this cake is realy soft you can use this cake as base for pine apple cake. Just replace the sugar syrup with pine apple juice & chunks, change the way of decoration. Use pieces of pine apple for decoration.
Preheat oven on 180 c. Line a 7 inch spring form pan. Beat sugar and egg yolk until it falls in slow ribbon when lift the beater. Whip egg whites until stiff peaks. Mix the mixture of yolk and whites. Then add the flour & baking powder and fold gently into batter, don''t over do. At the end mix the mixture of melted butter and water until incoprate. Bake in 7 inch pan at 180 for half an hour or until toothpick come out clean inserted in center.Turn off the oven & let it cool in oven.
Dissolve sugar in boiling water & cool, mix vanilla.
whip cream & sift icing sugar on it & whip until it holds peak.
Cut this sponge in two layers. Brush or drizzle the sugar syrup on both sides of both pieces of sponge. Then dress up one piece with whipped cream place the second piece of sponge and spread whipped cream over all neatly.
roll the fondant cut 1 1/2 inch thick ribbon. Place on the top of cake like cross.Cut another piece like ribbon and give shape like bow, place at the top & decorate with candies or m&m.
laneka 2y ago
jaynemarie 3y ago
andomasanobu 4y agoI don't know why my cake turned out very thin. And it was not spongy and soft at all.I used 7 inch spring form tin as instructed.
Maria89 4y agoThis was lovely. I added a few drops of red food colouring to give the sponge a pink colour. Perfect for a little girls cake! X
tigbee71 5y agome and my daughter made this cake, we changed the design as my daughter loves marshmallows so we frosted the whole thing then sprinkled stars on top of it then placed marshmallows over it as well it went down a treat we will make this again.
OahuGirl808 6y agoi wanna try & make this...whast is 90 gm & 100 gm equivalent to? ...sorry