Monday, August 8, 2011
Oreo Chiffon Cake
When I saw this Oreo Chiffon Cake at Table for Two or More, I know I need to lay my fingers on it. Firstly cos I always wanna try baking chiffon cake again. Secondly is Oreo, one of my favourite baking ingredient (Wendy ever teased me that I should get sponsorship from Oreo heeheehee...). Especially when looking at Wendy's photos making me drooling, and of course also her comment on the cake.
Recipe adapted from Table for Two or More and Cherry Potato
65gm oreo (half a regular tube), lightly pulverized together with cream
5 egg yolks
60gm corn oil
100gm cake flour, sifted
5 egg whites
½ tsp cream of tartar or 1 tsp lemon/lime juice
1. Preheat oven at 160/180C.
2. Mix yolks and sugar together. Then put in the oil and milk. Then the sifted flour. Combine with a whisk until smooth. (Do not whisk or beat but just combine)
3. Beat egg whites until frothy, put in cream of tartar and beat until soft peaks. Put in sugar gradually and beat until stiff.
4. Fold ¼ of egg whites into (2) and then another ¼ of egg whites.
5. Pour egg yolk batter into the remaining egg whites and fold (no need to be too thorough).
6. Put in pulverized oreos and fold until well combined.
7. Pour into a clean ungreased tube pan (22 or 25cm will be fine) and bake for 45 minutes.
8. Invert immediately upon removal from oven. Wait for it to cool down totally before removing cake from pan.
I need to improve my folding skill, guess I over folded the batter again that caused the bottom part of the cake to become compact. However the upper part is soft and fluffy, indeed very nice.
Posted by Bakericious at 9:30 AM
Labels: Cake (Baked), Chiffon Cake, Oreo Cake
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Yeah, you really should ask for sponsorship.
I think your cake pan is too small.
How big is your pan?
Oreo, my favourite cookies, keke....ReplyDelete
Oops, me so blur n so paiseh, forgot to congratulate u on your pregrancy....
Very nice chiffon, delicious with the oreos.ReplyDelete
awesome blog, do you have twitter or facebook? i will bookmark this page thanks.ReplyDelete
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Good to see you start baking once again.ReplyDelete
It looks very delicious. Nice photo too.ReplyDelete
Hi, welcome you back! This chiffon looks soft and fluffy. Well done.ReplyDelete
Lovely Oreo chiffon cake. Makes me drool too.ReplyDelete
Hi..your chiffon looks nice..soft and fluffy ..well done !!:) Anything from Wendy is great. Love all her recipes on her blog. I shall try this one day :) Looks good.ReplyDelete
Your cake made with oreos looks scrumptious!
I love seeing yet another recipe using oreo cookies. Everyone loves oreos whether in ice cream, a cake, or wherever.
My daughter used oreos in a truffle recipe, and they turned out fabulous...they did not last long though:( Too bad everyone loves oreos...they lasted only a couple of days.
Oh well, I guess I am not gonna lie, they were very easy and quick to make (so says my daughter).
Try them, you will be glad you did!
Lois from Ontario Canada
hi jess, your oreo chiffon looks so soft and appetizing. cant wait try this out. thanks, my first time here and love your blog, which is full of interesting menu.ReplyDelete
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This looks delicious! I'd have to buy twice as many Oreos because I would eat half of them before putting them in the cake!ReplyDelete
Hi I just finished baking this cake but the cake fell out of the pan when I was inverting it for cooling. What happened? However the whole cake was baked well and tasted yummy regardless how bad it ended up looking. Would love to try this recipe again but hopefully with better success. Pls advise me what could have gone wrong? ThanksReplyDelete
look so fluffy - oreo chiffon, great ideaReplyDelete
Hi Anonymous, did you grease the cake pan or using non-stick? You are not supposed to use non-stick cake pan or either grease the pan to help the cake avoid from shrinking too much after removing from the oven, once the temperature drops.ReplyDelete
Congrats Jess! Take care and rest more... BB coming on the way :) Lovely bakes and delicious.ReplyDelete
Delightful! Yummy! Excellent!ReplyDelete
oh wow this is marvelous. Awesome blog !ReplyDelete
Your chiffon looks soft and spongy. Lovely.ReplyDelete
what a coincidence! i was just baking a birthday cake and the only ingredient i had to decorate it with was oreos! lolReplyDelete
So fluffy! ...so delicious!ReplyDelete
this looks so yummy! Ive bookmarked it ready to get the ingredients next time I brave the supermarket, thanks! BelleReplyDelete
gosh it looks so good. i am tempted.ReplyDelete
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Yes....my favourite!! I always love chiffon...ALL types. I can eat half of the cake :D It's so soft and light that you don't fill full even after many pieces. Your chiffon cake looks very successful!ReplyDelete
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looks soo delicious! love ur space.. following u..i too love bakig soo much :)ReplyDelete
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I've never tried Oreo Chiffon before. This is totally cool!ReplyDelete