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    Gold sponge cake in bread machine

    Thu Mar 08, 2012 10:42 am Groupie
    Hi all

    I have been googling around for "gold spongy cake" recipe for bread machine without result.

    The cake will look like;

    Please help. TIA

    Thu Mar 08, 2012 3:46 pm
    Forum Host
    I think the reason you cannot find a cake recipe for a bread machine is because the cake batter is too thin/liquid.
    It is best to mix the sponge cake batter in a bowl, then pour it into a properly prepared round cake pan or spring form pan and baked in an oven.
    Thu Mar 08, 2012 5:29 pm
    Forum Host
    I cannot view that site right now. If your machine has a bake only cycle, you could try mixing up the batter in a bowl and then baking it - you would have to guess at the amount of time - probably relatively close to whatever the original recipe shows, unless it's a low temperature. But the batter would be too thin to have the machine mix it for you - I agree with Dee on that.
    Thu Mar 08, 2012 10:15 pm Groupie

    Thanks for your advice.

    My breadmaker, Kenwood BM450, has a bake ONLY program. Or I can set my own program for preheating and baking without kneading and rising. I have "Braun Multiquick 5 hand blender"

    which has an attachment for beating egg white, whipping cream and preparing fluffy desserts, sponge cake or egg dishes ...

    I suppose with them I can start baking gold spongy cake. However on googling I found dozens of recipe of spongy cake. Could you please shed me some light where to start?

    I think finally I'll purchase a microwave/baking oven.

    Panasonic Steam Convection Microwave [NN-CS599S]

    will be my target. It has steam injection. But I have to sort out space problem. Otherwise I have to dump my Panasonic microwave which has been used for 5~6 years but is still running strong. I'll use the Kenwood breadmaker for kneading.

    Baking and cuisine are arts. I'll invest some time on them apart from exploring IT technology.


    Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:34 am
    Forum Host
    I have not made one in ages and I am sure that the recipe I used was from Joy of Cooking. If I can find where I put my copy, I'll post it here. I think it was close to this recipe, Hot Milk Sponge Cake
    Sat Mar 10, 2012 10:36 am Groupie
    duonyte wrote:
    I have not made one in ages and I am sure that the recipe I used was from Joy of Cooking. If I can find where I put my copy, I'll post it here. I think it was close to this recipe, Hot Milk Sponge Cake


    Joy Kitchen is the online home of Joy Cooking.

    Whether you meant;


    Sponge cake in French is Génoise

    Génoise cake

    Searching "Génoise recipe" on Internet will find many of them.

    Hot Milk Sponge Cake

    That is the cake I like. Thanks.

    I don't have cake flour. Fortunately I found following 2 websites;

    How To Make Cake Flour

    Subbing all purpose flour for cake flour

    The cake is too big for Kenwood breadmaker to bake. Reduce the ingredients to half quantity? Besides it needs lot of labour and time to make.

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