Monday, December 8, 2008

Green Tea Chocolate Chip Cake

I bought green tea powder some time ago but never got to baking green tea cake. Here's my own concoction of green tea cake with my all time favourite of chocolate chips. Hope you can enjoy it as much as I do.

2 egg yolks
10g sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla essence
2 egg whites
50g sugar
55g cake flour (sifted)
35g melted butter
3/4 tbsp green tea powder
30g chocolate chips

Whip egg yolks, sugar and vanilla essence till smooth and creamy. In a separate bowl, whip egg whites till soft peaks form then add sugar and continue whipping. Fold this mixture into the egg yolk mixture. Sieve in flour and mix well with spatula. Add in green tea powder and combine well. Pour in melted butter. Pour into a 18-20cm cake pan and throw in chocolate chips randomly. Bake at 190 deg C for about 20min.

(Sponge cake source adapted from Alex Goh: Fruity Cakes)


Let's masak said...

Beautiful shape of green.

May I know where did u buy your green tea powder? how much?

u may try green tea with red bean next time, fantastic combination.

Missy said...

The green tea powder can be found at Phoon Huat. Thats the place i always go for my baking stuff :) very cheap about $1-$2 for a small bottle.

yeah i always read about green tea with red beans (azuki) but since i have choco chips, i tot give it a try :)

Let's masak said...

I also got my green tea powder from Phoon Huat but I think I paid about $2.50 for a small bottle (20g).

Beary said...

Yummy, i also like green tea stuff!

Lovely blog. Like your professional and beautiful photos. Are they taken by SLR camera?

Genevieve said...

Wow, those are very green. Very creative.

Beatrice said...

I love the contrast between the brown exterior and green interior (it would be fun to cut the cake in front of unsuspecting friends), and the little chocolate dots.

Missy said...

HI Angela yup! sorry its about $2.50. just took a look at the receipt.. i couldn't rem the price off hand :)

Beary: tks for ur lovely compliments. Yes i use DSLR for the shots here. :)

Genevieve: tks for ur comments! i like the colours too!

Beatrice: yes it looks contrastingly weird here.. brown, green and black dots! but they taste very good! u shuld try. said...

Wow fantastic ideas for my next lunch with my friends.

Bye from Italy by - A taste of Italian sweets

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Missy said...

Tks everyone for ur wonderful comments and tks for dropping by. keep tuned to my blog :)

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