Sunday, December 16, 2007

Fun Cakes Great Weekend

What a fun day we had! First thing first, great thanks to my beloved ,otherwise I would't have peace in my mind playing dough, color and icing for one full Sunday. I brought with me 3 cakes from new recipies that I baked a nite earlier and I came home with these...

Steam Choc Moist Cake in blue/white Whipping Cream coating
Mocha Butter Cake in Butter Cream & orange roses
Prune & Carrot Cake in pink Fondant
Prune & Carrot Cake
Original Recipi; Kek Kulus Keret from Kak Hanilieza's fotopages is a steaming method that I made it baked instead.
250 g butter
150 g castor sugar
3 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
200 g carrot [grated and soaked in hot billing water for 3 mins, drained]

100g sliced prune
50 g sultanas
230 g all purpose floor
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoons serbuk kulit kayu manis

Preheat the oven.
Beat butter and sugar until creamy. Add in egg one at a time and beat well after each addition Drop in of vanilla essence adn beat well.
Fold in pre-sieved flour followed by carrot, sultanas and prune.
Bake for 50 minutes.

Mocha Butter Cake

from Amy Beh's cyberkuali

150g butter
200g soft brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla essence
2 tsp instant coffee powder
2 eggs
240g self-raising flour, sifted
125ml milk


Grease and line a 28 x 18cm rectangular cake pan with parchment paper. Preheat oven to 180 ÂșC. Beat butter and sugar until light and creamy. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each one goes in. Add combined essence and dissolved instant coffee.Fold in sifted flour. Gradually add milk and mix well. Pour mixture into prepared cake pan. Bake in preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes.


Steamed Chocolate Cake

by Roha is one of the infamous receipi in with my own mofication in red

2 cups of flour
2 cup castor sugar
1 cup cocoa powder
1 tsp baking powder +1 tsb bocarbonate soda
1 can condense milk
5 eggs
1 cup hot boiling water
1 cup of cooking oil

Preapre steamer. Seive and mixed flour, baking powder, bicar. soda and cocoa powder. Blend well the sugar, oil, condense milk, water and eggs using wooden spatula. Add in flour mixture and mix it until it is well desolved into liquid mixture.Pour into well prepared baking pan and steam for 40-50 minutes. ********************************************************************************
Personally I stepped into this cake decorating class with perfect ZERO in skill and knowledge of its utensils. What we learnt from Anis was not just the individual techniques but hands-on to all step by step and ways of handing and forming this delicate icing to each concepts, techniques and its applications. Huh, loads of informative input to me as begimner...

The hardest one for me is fondant. Anis had prepared plain fondant, yet I still had hard time kneading and handling that sticky sugary dough. Maziah came out first with her apple green colour of choice and Wan Mahani chosen baby blue. I had later found out they matched up to the color of shirt they'we wearing...ha ha ha...

Here we go with the" Three Sisters Fondant".

Wan Mahani's lovely girlish baby blue fondant with her white skirting and scallops and pink dots. It goes very well with her pink roses. Mine in the middle, a simply pink squared and white ribbon with one tone plied string footing. Maziah came out gorgeous in green. I like her drape! We suppose to have four, but Zana has to depart earlier due to emergencies...we tought of her along the way, take care Zana...
Here is the close-up.


Zana said...

welldone kak cik! hasil ketekunan satu hari di rumah kak anis. how nice kalau I dapat join sampai habis...keep it up...pasni mesti banyak deco yang menyusul...

Kak Elle said...

wah terrer u buat cake tu cikmilah...bolih bagi tips tak?

cikMilah said...

Zana, first trial memang senget sana sini kan. It was FUN.

cikMilah said...

alaa kakElle, I baru belajar la..mana ada terrer. Tips, no problem, nanti I buat entry, InsyaALLAH.