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Swirl Cake

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Ingredients:
440g Cold Egg Whites (Store in fridge before use)
3 Egg yolks
250g Sugar
40g Cold water
315g Plain flour
1 1/4tsp Baking powder
1 tbsp SP or ovalette

250g Melted butter with 3/4 tsp vanilla powder

100g Almond powder

Method:
  • Whisk cold egg whites, egg yolks, cold water, sugar, SP, plain flour and baking powder at high speed till thick.
  • Lastly add in melted butter and mix well.
  • Use spatula to fold in almond powder.
  • Separate batter into two portions. In one portion of the batter add 1/2 tbsp each chocolate emulco, chocolate paste and mocca paste or coffee oil and mix well.
  • Then spoon in plain and chocolate batter in cake pan alternately until you finish them.
  • Bake at pre-heated oven at 165C for about 1 hour. (for this cake pan only)

Kitchen note: Recipe from my Egg White Zebra Cake (click here)~for the method for making zebra cake~bake in a 9" square cake tin (lined) at 170C for about 50-60 mins.


102 comments:

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  1. Wow .... this cake looks so delicious. Feel like taking a big bite!

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  2. That's a beautiful marbled cake...I love the mould, gotta find one too!

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  3. wooooooaa!!! That is absolutely beautiful!

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  4. Lol such a pretty cake..I loved the mold.

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  5. Yummy: My family love this cake very much especially the kids. You may try it!

    Little Inbox & Angie: This shaped mould were a gift from my friend. (refer to Williams-sonoma.com, can order cake pans on line)

    Sophia: Thank you for your compliment :)

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  6. Thanks for sharing such beautiful cake.

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  7. You used the cake mould wisely! Good job!

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  8. I love it!!!! Thanks for all your visits and lovely comments! XO

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  9. Your cake is awesome, period.

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  10. Prathibha, HS,My Little Space & Quinn:

    Thank you for your sweet compliments :)

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  11. Birdutmasali,

    Thank you for visiting. You've nice blog too!

    Nina: Same to you :) Please stop by often.

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  12. Wow! should lovely cake. The shape of the cake is so nice and the marble effect so beautifully done. Great job! i just wonder how many eggs make up the 440 gm of egg whites.

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  13. wow what a gorgeous cake...looks really yum

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  14. I have wanted to buy a mould something like this, but was worried difficult to unmould...

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  15. What an amazing looking cake! I love the swirls, and the additional novelty of the cake mold.

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  16. A Full-Timed HouseflyNovember 2, 2009 at 3:53 PM

    好看又好吃的蛋糕 , 我也要 !

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  17. CBL, Sushma & Fresh Local & Best:

    Thank you for your lovely comments.

    Divine appointment: 440g egg whites is about 8 to 9 eggs depending on the size of the egg. Thanks for visiting.

    SIS: Just grease the mould and dust flour evenly on it.

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  18. This is a PERFECT recipe for this pan. It is a stunning presentation and a beautiful photograph!! You are a real artist.

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  19. Pearlyn: 好啦,做一个送给你,但是要先去买鸡蛋。

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  20. I'm amazed at how perfectly you managed to get it out of the pan!

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  21. This is nice one~ the cake looks so pretty..^_^

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  22. Coleen, Murasaki, Sze Sze, Rachel:

    Thank you for your nice words :D

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  23. wah ... this is vy vy nice, love it!

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  24. Anncoo, What a perfect use for this cake mould. Oh my goodness! Beautiful presentation (and the photo is gorgeous!!) make these cakes a centerpiece and so visually tempting that I want to reach through the screen and take one. Very well done! Cannot say enough words to explain how beautiful this presentation is.

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  25. wah, this cake look so beautiful, but I can use only normal mould to bake this, I never see this type of mould before.

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  26. That cake truly is a work of art that belongs on a painting. I would love to have a big slice of that cake along with my tea.

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  27. Je decouvre ton blog avec un grand plaisir, bonne journee Doria

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  28. Kathy: Thank you for your nice compliment. I feel like on the top of the world...haha...

    仪仪妈咪:谢谢你的赞赏O^O

    Cookingpractice & Peachkin: Thank you :D

    Sonia: Thank you! Please go to my Cho~Cho Train Cake post, from there you can link to Willam~Sonoma and check the mould you need.

    Palidor: Please help yourself :D

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  29. Your cake is so cute! Great job :)

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  30. Oh wow!!! excllnt pics...
    Cake looks amazing dea..!!!

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  31. Hahah, I love your 1st picture. So creative & cute! This is a really beautiful bundt pan. Your friend sent you this as a gift right? I remember your previous post. I love marble cake. Very simple yet so delightful.

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  32. Such a beautiful cake! Almost too pretty to eat!

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  33. How funny is that. That is like the foodie art gallery- I love it. Clever.

    And the cake looks great as well!

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  34. What a gorgeous cake! I love the shape and the swirl in it!

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  35. Karine,Sarah, Barbara, 5 Star Foodie: Thank you for your lovely comment. :D

    Petite: Oh yes, I really love this pan. I think next time I'll bake another recipe.

    Hello Lori,
    Thank you! This is at Kunstmuseum Stuttgart Museum, Germany. Is really fun, isn't it?

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  36. Wow, this cake is so beautiful! Great job!

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  37. Delicious and pretty cake..lov the mould,so cute...

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  38. Very beautiful swirl cake & can I have a piece pls!! ^^
    Thanks for sharing the recipe, I will try this out one day.

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  39. Vrinda, Sanjana, 3 hungry tummies:

    Thank you for your lovely words.

    TINTIN: Sure, I can offer you more.

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  40. You are so talented, this look amazing.

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  41. Oh dear! the shape is just perfecta nd love the texture too.. perfectly done

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  42. Omg, cant take my eyes from those beautiful cakes, wonderful!!!Would love to finish rite now..I really don't know much about baking cake but only a few basic one. I just enjoyed looking at the way you prepared...sure will try it and let u know..:)

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  43. I gotta get me one of those pans. This is the bomb! The BOMB! Thanks for sharing.

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  44. awwwwwwwwwwwwwww.....what a beautiful treat!

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  45. It's so pretty! I always struggle with my swirls.

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  46. Wow, you are incredibly talented! This cake looks so delicious, but it also looks like a work of art! (And I love that first picture!)

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  47. That is one really beautiful cake!! Too beautiful to eat it :)

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  48. Hello Doria,
    My niece from Switzerland just translated your message to me:
    (I discovered your blog with great pleasure. Good day)

    From me :D
    Thank you so much for visiting. I've found your blog interesting too. Please drop by often.

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  49. Ann: Thank you for your lovely comment.

    Rylan: Thank you for your cute words.

    Amanda: Thanks for coming, please visit often.

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  50. Lea Ann, my kitchen, lululu,pigpigscorner, Faith, ICook4Fun:
    Thank you so much for all your nice compliments.

    Sangeetha: Thank you, I'm sure you'll like this cake after trying it.

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  51. What a nice cake...love the marble and looks absolutely delicious ...yummie!

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  52. 好可爱的蛋糕,
    光看就知道一定很美味了。

    模型在哪里可以买到呢?

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  53. Can that be any prettier??? The mold is wonderful! I've got to have one.
    The cake sounds delicious as well- I love swirls.

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  54. Love this cake and the tin! So different and interesting :)

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  55. Juliana, Christine, Barbara:
    Thank you for your nice words. I love swirls too.

    Ching: 这模型是一个美国朋友送的。你可以在网上订购。williams-sonoma.com

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  56. Nicola: Thank for visiting :)

    Rochelle: Thank you coming to my blog. Please stop by often :)

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  57. woaaaaw! quelles splendides photos! biises micky

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  58. Hi Micky,
    Thank you for your compliment :)
    Please visit often.

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  59. Swirl cake looks so tempting and awesome pic.

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  60. Beautiful cake! Love the swirl and the pan....

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  61. This cake is like a work of art. So interesting in the shape. I have that cake pan but have never even thought to make a two tone/flavored cake in it. You are so talented. I have been busy last week baking for a charity event and now I am helping my daughter move but I still check your blog each day even if I have not had much time to comment:)
    Joyce

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  62. Ancoo,
    que precioso y rico a la vez.
    Eres una artista.

    Un abrazo desde España.

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  63. Oh Anncoo you're killing me with all these special cakes. I love that mould. Lucky you!
    Great job Anncco, you're really really good in making cakes and the photos are gorgeous as usual. Take care.
    BRAVO MA BELLE
    BISOUS

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  64. This looks so cool.Great recipe.

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  65. Wenn, San & Debbie: Thank you :)

    Hi Joyce,

    I know you're very busy, getting in and out of your house often. Hope to see your new post soon.

    Mamatkamal: Thank you so much for your compliment, dear :D

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  66. Hello Isabel,
    Thank you! You too~makes beautiful cakes.

    Ankita: Thank you for your comment. Please stop by often :)

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  67. That's a treat to the eyes..Must be delicious too. You have a lovely space here :-)

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  68. Golmohar,

    Thank you for your comment. Please visit often :)

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  69. WOw! What a wonderful cake .Could not take my eyes off.I know only basics of baking, so I was just browsing all your lovely cakes and enjoying.New comer here.Do visit padhuskitchen.blogspot.com

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  70. Hi Padhu,

    Thank you for visiting. Your blog is great too!

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  71. What a beautiful cake and so funny that first photo of the gallery!

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  72. 1st time to see such special cake make by special mould.

    Anncoo,你很棒!!!All u can make.

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  73. Simone: Yes, I also like the first photo very much~ Thank you :D

    Michelle: 谢谢啦。 被你赞到有点不好意思 :D

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  74. This looks beautiful. You are so talented!!

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  75. Thank you for your compliment, Kim :)

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  76. Oh that loooks too good too eat! well done :D mmm!

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  77. oh my... i'm late! how can i miss out this beautiful cake!!
    it looks excellent^^

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  78. bigarade & twins mama: Thank you for nice words :)

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  79. What can you tell me about the FIRST photo in your swirl cake post? Very intrigueing.

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  80. this zebra cake is amazing!such a beutiful mold you have!

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  81. Hi Alison,
    Thank for visiting and your nice comments.

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  82. 哇!这模好美哦!我还是第一次见!

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  83. the shape of the mold is unbelievable, I'm jealous, I want the same!

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  84. 温馨小屋:模型是一位美国朋友送的,我家人又很喜欢吃这个蛋白蛋糕,所以就变成这样。。。呵呵。。

    Colargol: Yes a beautiful mold which I love most.

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  85. Must say each of your cakes is a masterpiece!! Looks absolutely stunning!!! May I know what is SP and how does it help??

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  86. Suma: SP is sponge cake stabilizer. It helps the cake mixture more fluffy and thick and this makes the cake more spongy.

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