Thursday, December 2, 2010
Sponge Pancake & Awards
Hi Hi I am back! Do you miss me? I guess so (hahaha...thick skin again) cos I missed all of you a lot especially my favourite blogs and the blogs that I always visit. And I would like to thank you my dear readers and friends that kindly left so many messages in my blog during my absence. For those enquiries, I promise I will try to reply ASAP.
I was back to Singapore last Thursday but my schedule was so jam packed after touched down. There are so many things to clear, works and even personal stuff. Worst of all, dear daughter has been sick since the day of departure to Japan, until back to Singapore and now, still in the midst of recovering :( . I brought her to consult paediatrician 3 times just within 2 weeks, spent S$300+, 1/2 of my kitchen aid gone *sob sob*. Then followed by me, I was unwell probably due to lack of rest, busy schedule but luckily, my recovery was fast.
To keep my promise for submitting this sponge pancake to the contest from Table for Two or More which the dateline is 2 Dec 2010, I had to jump queue (I have too many backlog to clear) for this posting. I cooked it during my medical leave (that's why the sponge pancake looks like from Africa, pls excuse a patient :P ok ok I know is a lousy excuse heeheehee... but I promised, the look doesn't affect the taste at all), set an alarm to wake up at 6am to write this post so that I can submit before the deadline :P. Wendy, are you touched by me? Although my sponge pancake is not creative at all and won't be giving you a "WOW", but my sincerity of supporting your contest is as high as sky (hahaha... ok ok I know I am too exaggerated)!
I made 2 versions.
Another one is ham & cheese.
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp all purpose flour
A bit of butter for frying
1. Separate the eggs and beat egg whites until frothy and add in sugar and beat until medium stiff peaks (egg whites has a very droopy hook and doesn't slide off the bowl).
2. Put in egg yolks and mix.
3. Sift in flour (just use a coffee strainer) and fold into the eggs.
4. Heat a 9 inch pan on medium and put in 1/2 tsp butter. Swirl it around to coat and pour the excess into batter.
5. Lightly fold the batter to incorporate.
6. Turn heat to medium low (very small fire on outer ring or just use low) and pour in all the batter. Put toppings as desired.
7.Cover with lid and cook until sides look golden, and center of pancake is cooked (doesn't stick to fingers)
8. Flip into half or just flip onto plate.
Even I didnt use full 2 tbsp of sugar, I still felt the pancake was a bit too sweet for me, will definitely need to reduce the sugar slightly in future. Dear daughter initially said she likes the bak kwa pork floss version more, awhile later she changed her mind that she prefer ham & cheese version. For me, I love both version of the sponge pancake, both are simply delicious that I cannot decide which to be my favourite.
There is a good news waiting for me when I vet through the comments left in my blog. Zoe, thank you so much for sharing the 2 awards with me, I felt so honor and happy, and of course greatly appreciated!
Posted by Bakericious at 7:00 AM
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Hey.. miss u a lot!! I'm quite slow in updating my blog but still always read all my favorite blogs including yours! I'm craving for your ham and cheese pancake, hope could have this now for breakfast!ReplyDelete
Great to hear from you again. Good to know that your daughter is ok and you have recovered well from your trip. Love your spongecake pancake creations. Pork floss is always my fav :DReplyDelete
Welcome back, Jess! Glad to know that you're recovering well. Hope your daughter is getting better too. Must get back your health to enjoy all the festive treats. Hope to see more posts from you soon!ReplyDelete
welcome back jess! we missed you alot! your sponge cake looks yummy!ReplyDelete
Welcome home Jess! Have to say you are super fast leh, still can join the spongecake comp giveaway, lol! Love the ham & cheese version...melting cheese always attracts me, heehee. ;)ReplyDelete
Very very touched!!!ReplyDelete
I knew you were very very very busy, cos usually u will yak non stop with me on MSN.
thanks for the support my dear friend!!
Welcome back!! Miss u ya.ReplyDelete
The bak kwa and pork floss one is definitely my cup of tea. I even thinking to sandwich with some mayo....肥死了。
Welcome back! Hope you and your girl are better! Can't wait to see what goodies you will churn out!ReplyDelete
I really miss you! You will blog about your holiday right? :)ReplyDelete
Two different flavors pancakes at one go ... Both look good and yummy! Welcome back & looking forward to your next post :)ReplyDelete
Glad you are back and congrats on the awards. The pancakes look great as well, yummy looking filing.ReplyDelete
I would like the meat floss version of your pancake. Bet you had a wonderful holiday!ReplyDelete
Welcome back ^_^ReplyDelete
I think I will like the bak kwa pork floss version, but I dare not try as my skill is lousy... Hee
Welcome back Jess! Hope you and your girl are feeling much better now. Take care ya!ReplyDelete
Congrats on your well deserved award for your blog!Keep the entries coming!
Bak kwa pancake sounds yummy!
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Thanks Grace, so happy to hear these from you especially my blog is one of your favourite,cos you are one of my baking idol, I am one of your royal reader since I got to know your blog last year. You have brighten my days :).ReplyDelete
Thanks Zoe and once again, thanks for the awards.
Jane, I have been enjoying treats even is not festive yet, got to seriously look into my diet but, xmas is coming, how to resist the temptation :(.
Bee Bee, I had promised Wendy since she posted the contest up. My bad that I didn't cook it b4 my trip that haunt me during my whole trip that I must find time to cook it :P. Me too, I always cannot resist melting cheese, anything with melting cheese will catch my attention :)
Wendy, I wanna tell u I miss chatting with you and sorry that not able to chat when you msn me, lets catch up next week when I settle all my outstanding.
Thanks Angel. Great minds think a like, I actually wanted to add in mayo but run out of it so shall wait for next time :).ReplyDelete
Thanks Somewhere in Singapore.
Thanks Busygran. I had recovered and my daughter is soon to recover completely :).
Thanks SSB, I miss you too :). Hmmm... I will blog it if I have time, cos mostly scenic photos since photos were taken by my husband, he took very little photos on food :P.ReplyDelete
Cheah, I will enjoy more if my daughter isn't sick :(ReplyDelete
Thanks Neyeeloh. This is very easy to cook, if I can you can too.
Thanks Jessie. I am fine now and daughter is soon to recover totally.
So sorry to hear you and your daughter had not been well. Hope both of you have fully recovered. Love your sponge pancake....very special. Wish you all luck in the contest. Great to know you receive the awards. You truly deserve it. You have such lovely bakes. Hope you get more :DReplyDelete
I have actually never seen a pancake like that with the ham and cheese and I think it looks really good, I love melty cheese and ham, bet it tastes good.ReplyDelete
Hi Jess, we miss you alot! How's your holidays? I hope you really enjoyed yourself. And I will pray that you and your daughter get well soon. Hehe. Will definitely give you one of my sweetheart truffle box when I do drop by in Singapore yea? :)ReplyDelete
wish this was my breakfast and so sorry about your daughter will pray she makes a speedy recoveryReplyDelete
Welcome back. We missd you. It sounds like all is well. I hope that is the case. Blessings...MaryReplyDelete
Take care! I know, this is what happens when 水土不服. Sometimes, instead of feeling more relaxed after touring around, I feel more exhausted and even fall sick! Take care ar ... 妹妹.ReplyDelete
Welcome back, Jess! Great to hear from you. My life was sucks for the past couple of days. I need a break ba....adly! I am totally drained out. I think you should have a fabulous time along your trip. Are you planning to show us a bit of your trip? hehe.... Btw, your sponge pancake looks very origin and crispy. Yummm.... Wish you luck!ReplyDelete
Il semble que vous soyez un expert dans ce domaine, vos remarques sont tres interessantes, merci.ReplyDelete