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Rose Chiffon
Sunday, 12 February 2012 | posted by Simply bakes


Woah, its been a while hasn't it! Sorry, i haven't had the time or energy to blog especially since school reopened. It is really stressful as a year 4 this year and i am still struggling to keep my grades and homework in place. :( I have actually baked quite abit for Chinese New Year but din't bother the take the pictures, partly because i couldn't take nice pictures and mostly because i was just too lazy and din't find the point in doing so. 


Nevertheless, i decided to try blogging once again and so here i am:) Today, i made a rose chiffon cake. I have been wanting to make a chiffon cake for ages but never got the courage to try baking it. After reading a few blogs on chiffon cakes, i was really inspired and threw all my worries to the back of my head haha. It was my first attempt at making a chiffon cake so sad to say, this cake does not have a beautifully browned out crust which makes it look kind of patchy. :( Next time, i will put the cake in 1 or 2 minutes longer. However, i still enjoyed the process extremely especially whipping the egg whites till they are glossy smooth.:D 


The cake, i got to say is very soft, moist, light and fluffy. I was extremely pleased with the texture:) However taste-wise, i couldn't taste the rose flavour at all and my sister said it was abit 'eggy'. The recipe called for rose water and rose essence. What i did was to soak dried roses in hot water for the rose water and added in crushed roses in place of the rose essence. Oh, what was i thinking? Of course i wouldn't be able to taste the rose! Sigh...


The cake rose really well in the oven, thus i got a nice height out of the cake:) Thank goodness i finally conquered my fear of whipping egg whites and i would definitely try baking chiffon cakes again! 

Recipe adapted from Evan's Kitchen Ramblings
With Love, Simply Bakes

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I am a 16 year old living in Singapore. This blog is to document my entire baking endeavor and to share with you guys out there recipes and my baking experience. Feel free to ask me any questions, just click 'comment' below each post. Looking forward to the holidays!

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