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Simple Steps to Baking Cake With Breadmaker

BAKING MODE IS ON AGAIN!

Ever since I bought the breadmaker a couple of months ago, I have never tried baking cakes with it before until yesterday.....  Just a test trial and see how it goes... nothing complicated, the recipe shown in the book is very simple, just nice for amateurs like me!  One thing I like about this breadmaker is the size of the pan.  It is not too big nor small, just nice for small family eaters, finish it at one go instead of having leftovers for the next day....
8 tablespoon of sugar and I used brown sugar instead... not so sweet... 
Four eggs... and I whisked two eggs at a time.... 
Till it become fluffy....
Then add in 1 1/5 cups of raising flour.... *3 separate times*
40ml fresh milk
6 tablespoon of oil (I used melted butter)
And that is about it.... 
Shake the pan 3 times, make the surface of the pulp smooth and air out of it.... 
*maybe I didn't shake it enough*
For my breadmaker, I set it to #7 for western cakes...

After the beeping sound, the cake is done!
See the holes??  Yeah, air went in... *angin masuk*
My cute little cake with pokey marks!
Now I understand what it means when the instruction mentioned to shake it.. 
Other than the holes in between, the taste is like those egg rolls.... 
Not so butter-rich, not so sweet... *can add in more sugar next time*
It taste like a cake bread to me with eggs fragrance...
Yes, I will try doing this again one day...
Must tweak here and there to make it perfect to suit my tastebuds!


Comments

  1. The holes would not bother me, only the taste. To me, it LOOKS good, and I bet it is.

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    1. Can be improved by adding sweeter n more flavors..

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  2. Wink wink... Bring along the bread maker when u go Johor, hint hint... Haha...

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  3. It made the cake look like bread. :D

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  4. In Bangkok they do sell Banana Bread cake which is popular like crazy. It looks like yours exactly.

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    1. Oh really .. next time I will add in bananas! Good idea'

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  5. strong egg fragrance! That is like the popular Taiwan original cake taste then. I also don't mind the holes.

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  6. I think this looks fantastic and probably tastes even better! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

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    1. Dare not say very nice .. can still be improved.. lol

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  7. I also don't mind the holes as long as it taste good. It sound so easy to make cake and bread with the bread maker. I am very tempted to get one now. Ha ha!

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    1. Cos it is small and easy to finish at one go.

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  8. Looks ok to me!
    These days with the helps of BM, we can easily bake anything at home!

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  9. Wow, you are getting better and better!

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    1. Not exactly.. still need to make more attempts..

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  10. This reminds me that I have not been using my oven, hee hee

    The steps seem simple and easy to follow and the cake looks like bread

    The cake bread looks ok to me too

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    1. Better if add in more ingredients such as bananas or cocoa or etc etc haha

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  11. Not bad lah. I did not know that breadmaker can be used to bake cake.

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    1. It has a feature on baking western cakes so I tried.,

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  12. Now you make me want to buy a breadmaker lol

    Yes. Can bake cake from breadmaker. Saw few friends posted on their cakes made from breadmaker.

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    1. It's worth buying if u have small kids st home who loves bread! Hahaa

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