Black Glutinous Chiffon Cake
And I also baked this Black Glutinous Chiffon Cake two days ago and.. WOW! this cake has it unique taste, very light and soft, almost melt in your mouth.
4 Egg yolks
1/4 tsp Salt
50g Coconut cream (Kara brand)
2 tbsp Corn oil
30g Plain flour
55g Black Glutinous rice flour
1/4 tsp DA Baking powder
4 Egg whites
1/4 tsp Cream of tartar
- Sift plain flour, black glutinous rice flour and DA baking powder together and set aside.
- Whisk egg yolks, salt and sugar together until sugar dissolved.
- Mix corn oil and coconut together till combined and add to the egg yolks mixture, mix well and add flour ingredients into it and stir batter until smooth.
- Whisk egg whites and cream of tartar till frothy. Gradually add in the 50g sugar and whisk till peak form.
- Lower speed and slowly pour the egg yolks mixture into it. Stop machine and use a rubber spatula to fold mixture until well combined.
- Pour batter into two mini moulds.
- Bake at preheated oven at 160C for 25 mins and 150C for another 15 minutes.
- Then switch temperature to lower grill and bake chiffon cake for another 5 minutes.
- Remove chiffon cake from oven, invert mould onto table.
- Allow the cake to cool completely before removing the cake from the mould.
thanks Ann, feel so touching ^o^!
Hi Jess, no problem. I kept the flour in the fridge, just let me know anytime you need it.
Ann, so nice and sweet of you. I got my colleague to buy for me since she is in Jakarta, if she still cant get then I will get from you. Thanks a millions in advance ^^
This looks quite out of the world to me using glutinous rice flour to make chiffon cake. I wish I can taste it. Looks very delicious. And…melt in the mouth feel? I'm already in Cloud 9! 😀
Thank you Mary. I also heard that this flour can be used for making ang ku kueh.
Very light and fluffy indeed! I am very curious to find out what it tastes like 🙂
I am not familiar with glutinous rice…but again that is why I love reading you so much, I always learn something:) The chiffon looks so wonderful…
Reply: Thank you for your nice words 🙂
You would not believe it but I have been thinking about chiffon cake for the last 2 weeks (and it's not pregnancy pangs ok). This is really unique and I did not know you could add black glutinuous rice to a chiffon cake.
Same here, hahaa..sometime I also crave for some particular food. This black glutinous flour is very popular among Malaysian bloggers.
That looks great. I need to keep an eye out for the black rice.
Great job with the cake. Interesting use of coconut cream.
That is one light and fluffy looking cake! I adore the unique colour too. Really nice!
wow! looks great!
Such a beautiful cake! Does the glutinous rice flour give the cake a different texture?
Thank you Cristina. This is no different from any chiffon cake.
Interesting flavour, sth I never try before. I will look for the black glutious flour next time I visit msia.
I can spare you some if you want 🙂
Looks yummy yummy, still left ar? I very hungry now…
This is a beautiful Chiffon Cake – I have heard of baking chiffon with rice flour but glutinous rice flour is a first for me – I think Wendy had earlier alerted me to this – will have to look for the flour.
Black glutinous chiffon cake! That is new!
This is interesting. Haven't seen this flour before. I know where to look if I want chiffon cake recipes!
Thanks for sharing, Ann!
Repy to Cheah,
Seems like this cake is very popular lately 🙂
So envious of you you. Your chiffon cake always turn out tall and perfect.
Reply to Chris,
Ann, I was in Jakarta last wk and tryin to get this flour but no luck. Now seeing your chiffon cake, I must try my luck again during my next trip to Msia.
Reply to Jess,
I still have this flour left. I can send you some if you want.
interesting.. ican't even imagine how this would taste
Looks like a perfect chiffon. I would love to try a piece of this.
Kristy, I've never tried to find this flour but from what other bloggers said this is not available here.
So nice of you to ask 🙂 I'll surely let you know when I'm short of ingredients. ;DD
Thank you Ju! So glad you're here again.
Those bloggers who made this cake, said this flour was from Indonesia.
Pete: Thank you for visiting. I'm coming over and have a look.
Thank you Esther. My hubby finished the whole mini cake at one go.
Yes, new to me too! My friend told me can use this flour for making ang gu kueh.
I have heard of this flour but have never seen it at the stores. Will have to keep looking. The cake looks fluffy and has a nice color.
Anncoo, the cake looks fantastic! Btw, can't you find black glutinous flour over in S'pore? What other ingredients you can't easily get from there?
Now that's one good looking chiffon cake. I've never used black glutinous rice flour before. By the looks of your cake I guess I should give it a try.
This really sounds interesting. I'd love to try this!
Oh wow you have so many kind of chiffon cake! The glutinous one looks healthy and I can see that it would melt in your mouth!
Wow, what an interesting chiffon cake with glutinous rice, I would love to try this, since I love glutinous rice everything 🙂
Looks so airy and soft! The addition of glutinous rice flour is interesting.
Nevr baked anything with glutinous rice flour..This looks too good..
What a pretty cake, with a super soft and spongy looking texture. All we need is a scoop of ice cream to go with it 🙂
My gosh, it's tall and proud, yet soft and fluffy. It's a beautiful chiffon!
Your chiffon always looks so soft and nice including this one. Black glutinous rice flour sounds interesting. I never bake so I don't know whether that available in here or not 🙂
Cake looks super soft .Feel like grabbing it from the screen . I wish I live next door to you.
Great-looking cake, sooo soft and fluffy. I wonder if the black glutinous rice flour is sold at supermarts. Don't mind giving this recipe a try.
This is interesting and new, using black glutinous rice flour to bake chiffon cake! I am sure the taste would be unique too!
PS: Please vote for my blogger friend Bananaz, Blog Idol Finalist. Just type "I vote You're the Voice" at the comment box in http://bluedreamer27.blogspot.com/2010/07/blog-id…
soo interesting!! and your chiffon cake does look very fluffy and delicious!
baked to perfection!
Glad you like it ^_^
Next time, I will follow your recipe then, seems like you hv make a better decision by increasing the amount of black glutinous rice flour.
this flour is new to me, and your chiffon look so good !
looks so fine!
ow it has come out so well… the texture is awesome too….