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Japanese sponge cake. This Japanese cotton sponge cake recipe shows you all the details of how to make the most Finally, I am getting everything right on how to make the Japanese sponge cake after many attempts. Japanese sponge cake is very light and fluffy. It is a very important component for Japanese Western-style sweets.
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Ingredients of Japanese sponge cake
- You need 100 g of flour sifted.
- You need 120 g of sugar.
- Prepare 30 g of margarine.
- You need 4 of eggs seperated.
- Prepare 50 ml of milk.
- You need 2 tsp of vanilla essence.
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Japanese sponge cake instructions
- Chill the egg white,using a hand mixture, beat the egg whites to start forming, add sugar bit by bit, until the form thickens and becomes still..
- Mix milk with melted butter and vanilla essence, then set aside..
- Add yolk to the thick form as you continue beating..
- Then add flour bit by bit folding.
- Fold till smooth.
- Add melted butter mixed with milk and vanilla essence and continue folding..
- Pour the mixture into the greased baking pan..
- Bake at 180 degrees for 30-40 min..
I baked this sponge cake three times last weekend. Yeah, like I had nothing better to do. Sometimes, I am overcome by a certain kind of madness. The origins of kasutera, a light sponge cake that is most often flavored with honey, are in either Portugal, Spain, or both. The first recorded Westerners to ever land on Japanese soil were.