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Durian Chiffon Cake

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Ingredients:
6 Egg yolks
50g Sugar
100g Durian flesh (click here) - blend fine
50g Corn oil
100g Thick coconut milk + 10g fresh milk
a little yellow colouring

  • In a large bowl, mix egg yolks and sugar with a hand whisk until sugar dissolved.
  • Stir the corn oil and coconut milk together then add in the egg yolks mixture.
  • Continue to stir well and lastly add in durian flesh and colouring.
125g Cake flour or Hong Kong flour
1 tsp DA baking powder

Sift the above twice and add into the egg yolks mixture. Mix well till smooth. Set aside.
6 Egg whites
1/2 tsp Cream of tartar
80g Sugar

  • Whisk egg whites, cream of tartar and sugar till stiff peak form.
  • Use hand to fold the egg whites into the egg yolks. Pour into a 23cm chiffon mould.
  • Bake at 170C for 55 mins and switch oven to lower grill for another 5 mins.
  • Remove the cake from the oven and invert the mould.
  • Allow the cake to cool completely before removing the cake from the mould.

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  1. 哇~好多榴連哦,還可以做蛋糕?偶沒粗過,偶要一片,可以嗎?呵呵~

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  2. 当然可以,你们哪里也有榴莲吧?可以试试做看哦。

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  3. I can smell it from my home, can i have a piece, kakaka...

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  4. Do you need the yellow food coloring? I make a chiffon cake but never think to put in the color. Just wondering if mine would be more eye appealing if I added food color. Durian is sold in our big Farmers Market here and I always wondered what those were used for. Thanks for the information. Now the botanical garden photos are lovely and I like how they are displayed on that screen. I will have to sign up and try that photo display myself. My photo is my grandson last year when I was putting Halloween hats on him in a store. I like to dress him up as a pirate for fun on Halloween. Off to bake today:)
    Joyce
    Joyce

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  5. SIS: Sure! Take as many pieces as you want..:)

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  6. Hi Joyce: I think a little colouring will make the cake more eye appealing.
    This is a surprise to me...durian sold in Farmers Market? If it is a huge size, most probably is imported from Thailand.
    Your grandson's photo looks so adorable.

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  7. I like chiffon cake as it is, but with durian, even more better! Wld be great to have a slice now :D Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  8. Sure, come and share with me.

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  9. I am too far to smell it, but i want a piece too.. haha..i love durian..

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  10. I bake durian butter cake before and my kids don't really love it. I don't how is the taste of durian chiffon, I will try this when I'm free. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  11. Rachel : Want me to send some to you...haha...

    TINTIN: I also baked the durian butter cake before. As for the durian chiffon, this taste is not bad. Remember the baking time must based on your own oven. I don't know why, Its take longer time for me to bake the chiffon cake.

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  12. heard before but I never eat durian chiffon before, just wonder how it would taste? I'm hesitate to try it as like Tintin said, kids doesn't like strange flavours of cake. Just noticed you add baking powder in your chiffon, I thought baking powder is for butter cake, could you tell me the reason. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Looks good, can I have one piece?

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  14. Hi Sonia: Got this recipe long time ago, also don't quite understand the reason of adding baking powder. I guess is because the durian flesh is quite heavy to make rise in the chiffon cake.

    Christine: Sure you'll definitely can have more than 1 piece..:)

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  15. This cake must be super fragrant. Btw, I like ur serving plate. :-)

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  16. Yeah, not bad. Maybe you can try it out one day. The plate was from Daiso.

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  17. WOW, the shots are incredibly real! I long for a cup of tea and a slice of your cake (but I am on a diet)!!

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  18. A World in a Pan,
    Let's finish this slice first before go on diet...haha....

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  19. Really?! durian chiffon cake? Can you mail a slice to me please??

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  20. Sure, let me have your address please :)

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  21. So light and pretty!

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  22. haha how cool is that? Durian Chiffon Cake. My mom would love this. :)

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  23. How interesting!!! Durian worked into a cake must be a wonderful addition!

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  24. Your chiffon cake looks so moist!!! Nicely done, Anncoo!

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  25. I cake seems so light and yummy!

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  26. Thank you ALL ~~ For your nice words :D

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  27. Hi Just love your durian chiffon...

    Cheers
    Olivia

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  28. Hihi, ur durian chiffon looks yummy...i will like to give it a try. I cant get into the link for the durian flesh..do u blend it in the blender (how much water to add?) or juz mash with a fork? ....Jer

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  29. @Anonymous
    Hi Jer, just blend the durian flesh in the blender till very fine without water. If you use a fork to mash then the cake will the durian flesh in it not easy to cut.

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  30. Thank u v much:)...Jer

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