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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Healthy Beancurd (Tofu) Cake with Black Sesame 芝麻豆腐蛋糕

This beancurd (Tofu) Cake recipe has been left in my folder for quite a while.  It has been weeks of postponing until blogger Zoe's monthly cooking event theme appears. The theme for the month of October 2013 was anything about soya beans.  Befitting the theme, finally I have the chance to try this interesting and healthy recipe cake.  This recipe is sure a hit among the health conscious freak.    

 I am not as pretty as Snow White but I am very very tasty!  ^_^





I am happy that there is no crack on the cake.   Yippie!!






    

Flour, soya milk with corn oil, egg white and soft Tofu





Smashed Beancurd



Batter from Ingredients A  and B

 Meringue with a curl




Tap the cake tin on the table to release any trapped air bubbles in the batter.  Its  ready to bake  in the oven

 Inspiration from

 Recipe 
Ingredients A

100 gm soya milk without sugar
60gm corn oil
100 gm soft tofu (Bean curd) -  Smash through sieve
50g egg white

Ingredients B 
Sieve together the following
Plain flour 130 gm
Corn flour -  20gm


Ingredients C
250 gms Egg white (I used egg white from 7 size A egg)
2 tsp lemon juice
130gm castor sugar (I used 100 gm)


  1. Beat  ingredients A till creamy and well mixed,  slowing blend in  ingredients B and continue beating until the batter reach a thick fluffy and creamy consistancy.  Set aside.
  2. Beat egg white and lemon juice till bubbles formed, add in sugar in 2 batches.  Using high speed to beat till soft peak formed.
  3. Slowing blend in 1/3 of the meringue (egg white mixture) in No. 1.
  4. Blend in  No. 3 into the remaining meringue and mix till well incorporated.
  5. Pour the batter into  lined cake tin (8") and bake in preheat over of 160°C for about 35-40  minutes or when insert a cake tester it come out clean.
  6. Over turn the cake to cool.




Ah-Ha.....   the next best that I want to share with you is the Black Sesame Creamy Spread!  
With this strong aroma of black sesame creamy spread,  the cake taste  heavenly.

So, deal all,  go, go run to the nearest grocery store for the ingredients and start baking now!  
You will will not stop at just one slice.  


What you need for the Black Sesame Creamy Spread -

70gm unsalted butter at room temperature
20gm sugar
20gm milk
20gm Black sesame powder 

Method
Beat butter and sugar till fluffy and creamy.
Add in the milk slowing and mix well
Add in the black sesame powder and mix  till creamy and smooth.  It is ready to use.

To assemble

Slice the Tofu Cake into  half horizontally, spread a layer of black sesame cream a slice of the cake, place the layer on top and slightly press the cake together. 

Chilled the cake in the refrigerator before cutting into slices and serve.

Please leave your comment if you do like this Healthy Tofu Cake!   ^_^



This post is linked to the event, Little Thumbs Up organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Little Favourite DIY and hosted by Mich of Piece of Cake.

14 comments:

  1. Wow! This is really healthy and yummy. Will try this out.

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    1. Hi Amy, this beancurd cake recipe is sure a keeper!

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  2. Hi Christine,
    This tofu cake of yours sure sounds healthy and yum!
    Back sesame creamy spread really pair very well with the cake.
    Thanks for sharing this to LTU :)
    mui

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    1. Hi mui mui, the black sesame creamy spread really pair perfectly with the cake. U will love it...

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  3. Looks yummy, thanks for sharing

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    1. Hi Simonne, U r most welcome, Happy Baking!

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  4. Hi Christine, this is so lovely and yummy. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day :)

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    1. Ivy, I am sure you and yr family will love this cake!

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  5. Christine, very interesting! I would love to taste your cake especially the black sesame creamy spread!

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    1. PH, I am very sure u will love it and like Ogura Cake u will not stop at just 1 slice lo.... haha....

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  6. Is there a beancurd aroma in the cake? That would taste very interesting!

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    1. Yes, of course, otherwise it will not call beancurd Cake lo.... hehe...

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