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Kuih Bahulu (Ji Dan Gao 鸡蛋糕)
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7 INGREDIENTS • 10 STEPS • 45MINS

Kuih Bahulu (Ji Dan Gao 鸡蛋糕)

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Kuih Bahulu is a Chinese sponge cake and is commonly eaten during Chinese New Year. It is hard and crispy on the outside but soft fluffy on the inside due to the amount of sugar content of these cakes.
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ZaTaYaYummy
I am Chua Zong Han, the owner of TheZongHan & ZaTaYaYummy. Based in Singapore, I create video recipes on Youtube and at the same time blog about lifestyle.
http://www.thezonghan.com
Kuih Bahulu is a Chinese sponge cake and is commonly eaten during Chinese New Year. It is hard and crispy on the outside but soft fluffy on the inside due to the amount of sugar content of these cakes.
45MINS
Total Time
$0.78
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
12
us / metric
Vanilla Extract
as needed
Baking Powder
as needed
Baking Powder
Salt
as needed
Vegetable Oil
as needed
Vegetable Oil
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
114
Fat
1.6 g
Protein
2.8 g
Carbs
22.1 g
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ZaTaYaYummy
I am Chua Zong Han, the owner of TheZongHan & ZaTaYaYummy. Based in Singapore, I create video recipes on Youtube and at the same time blog about lifestyle.
http://www.thezonghan.com
Cooking InstructionsHide images
step 1
Grease the Kuih Bahulu tin well with Vegetable Oil (as needed).
step 2
Preheat oven and Kuih Bahulu tin to 200 degrees C (400 degrees F).
step 3
In your mixing bowl, whisk together Eggs (4), Granulated Sugar (1 cup) and Salt (as needed) on high speed for about 8 minutes until light and fluffy.
step 4
After 8 minutes, turn your mixer to medium speed and drizzle in Vanilla Extract (as needed).
step 5
While the butter and sugar cream, in a separate bowl, mix together All-Purpose Flour (2/3 cup) and Baking Powder (as needed).
step 6
Lastly, gradually add in flour mixture until everything is well combined.
step 7
Transfer the mixture into a large piping bag as it will be easier to pipe into the tins.
step 8
Pipe out the mixture into the preheated tins carefully until 90% of the way up. Bake it in the oven for 10 minutes.
step 9
Carefully remove the cakes from the tin using a bamboo skewer. Re-grease and repeat until the batter is finished.
step 10
Let it cool completely before transferring into an air-tight container. Serve and enjoy!
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Dairy-Free
Comfort Food
Shellfish-Free
Chinese
Vegetarian
Dessert
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