Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Victoria Chocolate Pudding Cake

This recipe is from an Indonesian magazine years ago
My mum kept the torn pages til it's yellowish!
She baked this cake so many times, we all loved it so much!
This is my first time baking it myself - so happy it turned out well
It's not difficult, I must say :)


You see my teeth mark on the pudding? *grin*

This how it looked like before pouring the pudding (left) and after the pudding is set - ready to cut (right)

What you need:
(below is half recipe - I used 8" round pan)

For the cake:
162.5g butter
162.5g icing sugar
4 egg yolks
3.5 egg whites
162.5g plain flour
3/4 tsp baking powder - sieved together with the flour

Beat butter and icing sugar til thick, creamy and white color
Add in eggs one at a time while continuously beating in low speed til well mixed
Add in flour+baking powder - mix well
Pour the batter on a lightly greased and floured 8" round pan
Bake in preheated oven of 180degC for 20-25minutes (til golden brown and when skewer comes out clean)
Let cool on cooling rack - still in the pan
After it's completely cooled, using clean chopstick, make holes at the cake - depth approx 4cm, distance approx 2cm

For the pudding:
750ml fresh milk
15g agar2 powder
115g sugar
20g cocoa powder - dilute in a little water
1 egg yolk, lightly beaten

In a pot, heat milk and agar2 powder til boiling
Add in cocoa powder that has been diluted with water - mix well
Take the pot off the fire
Add in egg yolk - mix well
Put back the pot on low fire, stir continuously
After cooked, take the pot off the fire

Let the pudding cool a little (around 5minutes) - stir occasionally
Pour the pudding on the cake - slowly, start from the centre - it will flow to all directions
Fill in those areas which not covered yet
Wait til the pudding set before loosen the pan

Yum! One more cake loved by my kids - both of them :)

I'm submitting this pudding cake to Aspiring Bakers #7 – Chocolate Delight (May 2011) hosted by DG from Tested & Tasted at this LINK

17 comments:

  1. Hi Alice, we just celebrated 'Victoria's Day here in Canada.
    Why celebrate a long gone Queen, I don't know.
    Anyway, your this cake looks fabulous.....
    Going to be a problem of eating one.
    Why?
    Sure want a second piece, then a 3rd. It looks soooo good!
    Love the colours too.
    You are good. Outstanding!
    Have fun Alice, and keep a song in your heart.
    Best regards.
    Lee.

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  2. WOW! this look so lovely and delicious! i've not tried a pudding cake before and im sure i want to try this! thanks for sharing (:

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  3. Your pudding cake looks so moist and delicious!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your lovely comment. You have a lovely site here. Will be back visiting again! Your children are very cute! Have a nice day!

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  4. This cake is interesting! Thanks for sharing ;)

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  5. Hi Alice! Thanks for sharing such a precious traditional recipe!! =)
    this cake is simply lovely!! even the holes look very neat!
    Lucky children you have!

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  6. Wow , an interesting recipe and new to me. I must try this very soon.

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  7. This cake is interesting I wanna try this. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Interesting looking cake you have here Alice. Thank you for sharing!

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  9. Alice, how can I resist the temptation to try this cake? Your photo says it all, it fluffy and delicious!

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  10. Hi Uncle Lee, thks for dropping by...
    Phew! Finally I can reply comments in MY OWN BLOG! hehehe...
    Thks for your kind comment - this cake is really worth trying! :)
    Btw, I never heard about Victoria Day before hihihi....I guess it's declared public holiday over there? Another day to relax hahaha....Here in Singapore we don't have many public holiday, unfortunately :P

    Hi Jasmine, thks! Hope u like it ya :)

    Hi Joy (I hope I don't get your name wrong :P), thks for dropping by! Same to u, ur blog is awesome! Thks for your compliment about my kids - oh yes, they're my cutie lil rascals hahahaha... Cheers!

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  11. Hi Cathy, thks alot! :P

    Hi Coraine, hehe...I followed exactly as instructed when I did the holes.. I should have done more, so more pudding would go in to the cake - yum! Thks for dropping by ya :)
    Lovely blog u have!

    Hi Sonia, Angel - thks so much, hope u'll like this cake :)

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  12. hi Mama, thks!

    hi Quay Po, hehe...thks for your nice comment - hope u like it ya :)

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  13. Great pudding cake! I love to have it now :)

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  14. hi alice, this looks wonderful! cake and jelly in one!

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  15. hi Doris, thks! now nomore liao hehehehe...

    hi Lena, thks - this is really yummy indeed :)

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  16. Hi Alice,
    This is a very delicious cake. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe.

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  17. hi delia, thks - really glad u like it :)

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