Easy Sponge Cake

Easy Sponge Cake Recipe - Neo Sook Bee
6" Sponge Cake
3 eggs (65g each separated)
30g milk
20g veg oil/melted butter
55g sugar
65g Cake flour (sifted)
1/8 tsp cream of tartar/lemon juice/pinch of salt

1) using electric hand mixer, beat the 3 egg white with cream of tartar until frothy. Add in sugar in 2 batches and beat till just before stiff peak.
2) add in egg yolks, one at a time, to the egg white batter and slightly beat till combined. Do not over beat.
3) add in cake flour in 2 batches and fold in until well combined.
4) in another bowl, fold the oil and milk with 1/3 of the batter. After folding, pour it back to the remaining 2/3 batter and fold until well combined.
5) pour the batter into your cake pan with baking paper (I did not grease it). Bake in an preheated oven at 160 deg for 40 mins. Or until a skewer inserted come out clean.
6) transfer to a wire rack and invert it to cool down before unmoulding.



Holy Food said...

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Anonymous said...

I'm a trying because it's my baby sisters birthday and this says "easy". lets see what happens.

Anonymous said...

yup tried and this is not good for jelly roll

Anonymous said...

bad cake and it is not a sponge cake😐

Anonymous said...

I have been searching Pinterest and other sites for a light, moist cake recipe, and having tried new recipes (getting my partner to test them) each week I did not come across one until now!

I followed the instructions precisely using a digital scale. I also have a fan oven and baked it a 130c (using a oven thermometer to check the temperature) for the time stated.

I baked this cake on Friday and even 4 days later its still as good as the 1st day!

I wish I could have the recipe / ingredients for an 8inch cake and even a 10inch if possible. If you can only do one for me an 8inch recipe would be amazing!

Please just add the 8 inch recipe here or add a link to it in the comments section - thank you.

Note. I lined the bottom of my 6 inch tin and greased and floured the sides.