A refreshing, fruity orange chiffon cake. Soft and fluffy in texture, you will fall in…
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Soft and moist chiffon cake made using the cooked dough method. Find out how to make this soft cake with just an additional step.
Cotton cakes are cakes with a delicate and soft (like pillow) texture. Comparing to chiffon cakes, this cotton cake has just 1 additional step – that is to make the cooked dough roux.
You will find this a soft and really cottony moist sponge cake. It is not too sweet too! Great to go with a cup of thick coffee, ideal for breakfast or tea!
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This is my first time trying to bake a cotton cake, and I really loved it so much! So I was glad I managed to try this awesome recipe shared by Xing Fu Zhi Wei‘s blog.
In order to get the soft and boing boing texture, this recipe makes use of the cooked dough method. It also seemed to contain a little more oil than our usual chiffon cakes – which probably gives it the moist texture.
I am happy that this recipe does not need me to measure out sugar 2x lol! (I am lazy hahah!)
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For a smoother top and moister crumbs, you can also place a pan of water at the bottom of your oven for steam baking.