Matcha Chiffon II

This green tea chiffon may not look as pretty. But I have to say the texture and taste is really good. It's that very Japanese taste ( yes, I know it's green tea...) and characteristic for a chiffon cake. Could it be the red bean plays a part of it??! Oh ya, it's a recipe from that EXPENSIVE book I just bought. SO it better be good! ha ha...



Egg Yolks 3

Sugar 20g

Water 2 tbsp

Salad Oil 30g

Violet Flour 50g

Match Powder 4g

Whole Red Bean 50g

Egg White 3

Sugar 50g


1. Mix yolks, sugar will sugar dissolved. Add in water followed by oil.

2. Sift in flour, matcha powder and mix them all together till you get a thick yet runny batter. Add in red bean and mix well.

3.Beat the egg white till foamy, and add in sugar in 3 additions. Beat the egg white till soft peak.

4. Mix 1/3 of the egg white to the green batter and blend them well. Add in the rest of the egg white and fold in carefully.

5. Pour the batter to a 17cm chiffon cake tin and bake at 170'c for 30 minutes.

6. Invert the cake tin and let the cake cook in the tin. Cut the cake after it's completely cool.


Kitchen Corner said…
WOW!! This chiffon looks so good! Very soft and fluffy!
Cosy Bake said…
Yes, it is! This book really has all the good recipes in it. Already thinking what to make next!
Hearty Bakes said…
Looks very soft and fluffy~
Cosy Bake said…
Thanks Hearty Bakes!
hanushi said…
Hi Honeyboy,

I do not have a digital scale. Want to ask if you know 4 g of matcha is about how many tsp/tbsp?
Cosy Bake said…

4g of matcha powder is about a heap teaspoon.
hanushi said…
I finally get to try this recipe. And it is really really good... Thanks for sharing and I have linked to u, :)

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