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Green Tea Steamed Yogurt Cake

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
  • By 'Just One Cookbook'
    By 'Just One Cookbook'
  • Ingredients :
    Serves 4

    -1 large egg
    - 1 tbsp oil
    - 1 tbsp honey
    - 3 tbsp plain regular yogurt
    - 1.5tbsp sugar
    - 1/2cup / 70g plain flour
    - 1 tsp baking powder
    - 1 tsp green tea matcha powder
    - anko (sweet red bean paste) to garnish (optional)

  • Method:

    1. Wrap a frying pan lid with a kitchen tea-towel. This stops the condensation from dripping into the cakes

    2. Place four empty ramekins in the pan and pour water into the pan to halfway up the exterior of the ramekins.

    3. Take out the ramekins, cover the pan with the wrapped lid, and bring the water to the boil

    4. Place a cupcake liner inside each ramekin

  • Method:

    5. In a medium bowl, whisk the egg and oil together. Then, add the honey and yogurt and mix. Finally, add the sugar and mix thoroughly.

    6. Sift the flour and baking powder into the egg mixture.

    7. Sift in the matcha powder and fold the mix well

    8. Pour the batter evenly into the cupcake liners.

  • Method:

    9. When the water starts to boil, place the ramekins into the pan.

    10. Cover the lid and steam over a medium-low heat for 12-14 minutes. To test if a cake is ready, poke a skewer into the middle of the cake and it should come out clean if done

    11. Garnish with anko and serve

  • Side notes:

    - overcoming the cakes will cause them to go hard.

    - if you have one, you can use a steamer instead

    - in Japan, these cakes are called "Mushi Pan"


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