Thursday, April 28, 2011

竹碳抹茶奶冻卷

竹碳抹茶奶冻卷~Charcoal Matcha milk Jelly Swiss Roll
(Recipe adapted & modify from
老师的美味蛋糕卷)

Matcha milk Jelly:
Ingredients:
1.5Tbsp Gelatine dissolved in 2 Tbsp water
125g milk
15g castor sugar
10g corn flour
1.5tsp matcha powder
1 tsp Osmanthus
75g whipping cream

Method:
1) Put all ingredients except gelatine in a saucepan. Whisk them over low heat on the stove & add in gelatine.
2) Pour it into a rectangular mould & fridge for later use.


Swiss roll:

Ingredients:

(A)
80g egg yolks
20g castor sugar
40g vegetable oil
40g whipping cream
80g plain flour
2 tsp charcoal powder

(B)
160g egg whites
80g castor sugar

Method:
1. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the egg yolks, castor sugar, vegetable oil & whipping cream until combined. Sift in flour & mix until smooth & well combined.

2. In another bowl, beat eggs whites until soft peaks. Add sugar slowly & continue beating until egg whites are nearly stiff.

3. Fold 1/3 of egg whites mixture into egg yolk mixture. Add the rest of the egg whites & fold gently to obtain a smooth batter.
4.
Pour batter into a tray lined with parchment paper & bake @ 180 deg C for 12mins.



38 comments:

CaThY said...

unique swiss roll i love the patterns on the tops!

CaThY said...

Jess,
Hahaha.. eh, I am left with a bit more of the charcoal powder now, think I can still do one last black beauty bake.

CaThY said...

very nice... i would like to try a slice, pleassssseeeee

CaThY said...

PH,
Thanks. My rolling skills sucks today.. these 2 pieces are the more presentable ones.. :P

CaThY said...

你很努力的在消灭你的竹炭粉呢。。。我的做了土司和蛋糕卷后就收在厨内摆美廖。。。呵呵

CaThY said...

neyeeloh,
嘿嘿, 我不喜欢东西放太久,怕不新鲜。 ;p

CaThY said...

我最近也买了竹碳粉来玩:P

CaThY said...

鲸鱼,
期待你的竹碳bakes :)

CaThY said...

im falling for the colour here!! beautiful and i can imagine the yummy green tea flavours in this swiss roll!

CaThY said...

Vivienne,
Thanks for your kind words ;)

CaThY said...

This is so interesting... Matcha with charcoal is a new combination. Too bad, I can only stare at ur pretty roll...

CaThY said...

Hanushi,
No need to stare, bake 1 yourself also~ ;)

CaThY said...

Good combination, Cathy. Haven't really tried cake with charcoal before, but I think it matches well with green tea.

CaThY said...

Min,
Thanks! Its really nice, my hubby like it :)

CaThY said...

Cathy, it looks like a special combination to me, thanks for sharing!

CaThY said...

Ah Tze,
Try it out, its nice :)

CaThY said...

Mmmmm, love everything about it!

Papacheong
http://home-cook-dishes-for-family.blogspot.com/

CaThY said...

Thanks papacheong for your kind words :)

CaThY said...

wow looks really yummy!

CaThY said...

Thanks Jean ;)

CaThY said...

What an interesting combination!

CaThY said...

what is charcoal powder??

CaThY said...

Fong's Kitchen,
Yeah :)

CaThY said...

maggie,
Bamboo charcoal is made up of pieces of bamboo, which are taken from plants five years or older and burned inside an oven at temperatures over 1000° C (accordingly to wikipedia) :)

CaThY said...

Very nice combination!

CaThY said...

Pigpigscorner,
Yes indeed. I love the matcha taste with light Osmanthus scent :)

CaThY said...

Very interesting combo! Must be nice too.

CaThY said...

Nasi,
yes, very nice. Give it a try :)

CaThY said...

Very interesting recipe! Thanks for sharing.

CaThY said...

Welcome edith :)

CaThY said...

wah.... interesting use of osmanthus with green tea. wonder how the combi would be like. But it looks really good. And the clever use of a jelly layer within a cake.

i wonder if its feasible to infuse the osmanthus into the milk first through heating and then filtering the flowers away. I love the smell of the blossoms but I don't really like them getting stuck between my teeth! lol

CaThY said...

Alan,
Yeah, I infuse the osmanthus into the milk first thru heating, but because I wanted my milk jelly to have some specks of osmanthus , so I did not filter them away. You can always do so if you do not want them ;)

CaThY said...

This really looks amazing. I would love to have a slice of this with my evening coffee. I hope you have a great weekend. Blessings...Mary

CaThY said...

i've not tried making the jelly blocks before but i guess they taste yum! also i think you did pretty well with that pattern s on the swiss roll. the last time i tried doing this kind of similiar pattern but not successful, the pattern just came out from the swiss roll! good work!

CaThY said...

The Swiss rolls look super pretty! I like the filling too, matcha flavour, hmmm...!

CaThY said...

CG,
Thanks for your kind words :)

CaThY said...

Lena,
Thanks! Yes, the jelly is soft & yummy :)

CaThY said...

Mary,
Thanks for your kind words :)

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