Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Ice Cream Sponge Fruit Flan - Farewell Sister & Brother In Law!


My Sister and brother-in-law left home today. My husband and I felt the quietness when we came home. But the summer is over and they have to get ready for work soon. See you again soon - Farewell and I will miss you both!

This recipe is my sister-in-law's speciality. I just managed to snap some photos at the beginning but at the end I got too excited to eat them that I forgotten to take a photo of the whole cake before it was snapped up in seconds. I managed to take a photo of my piece though..


Secret of this recipe is fresh fruits and patience. It is a long process but it will worth the while. It can be a perfect birthday cake. It is so beautiful!


It also takes some thinking and skills . Some stationery is required to make this cake perfect. Scissors, plastic film and tape will do the job.


 The above is the 2nd step after baking the cake.To ensure that the corners are sealed to prevent leaking.


Yes the following is my share that I managed to take a photo. So pretty!


So moist, so refreshing! Thanks sister in law! I love this cake and hope to replicate the same soon!


Ingredients:

Sponge Cake
100 g flour
75 g sugar
5 large eggs - Separate yolks and whites
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp vanilla essence

Method:Preheat oven at 180 degrees Celsius 
1) Whisk yolks with sugar and vanilla till fluffy
2) Sieve flour and baking powder into the yolks. Mix well with baking spoon
3) Beat egg whites on high till fluffy
4) Fold in the whites into the yolk gradually in outward manner to maintain the air inside the whites
6) Place
5) Bake in 8" round baking pan for 30 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean. Cool cake for an hour and set aside.

Ingredients:
Ice Cream Fruit Topping
1 cup ice vanilla flavoured ice cream - Leave it at room temperature for 5 minutes
1 cup thick cream
100 g Orange Jello - Mix well with 1 cup of boiling water in a small bowl 
100 g Peach Jello - Mix well with 1/2 cup of boiling water and 1/2 cup of cold water in a small bowl. Store in fridge
Handful of strawberries, blueberries and 1 sliced banana (or any other fruits of your choice)
Tools required
A sheet of plastic film
Scissors 
Cellophane tape

Method:
1) In a large bowl, add in ice cream, cream and Orange Jello mixture. Mix well and place in the fridge
2) Meanwhile, wrap tightly around the cooled cake with plastic film and secure with tape
3) Pour some of the ice cream mixture from the fridge at the corners and freeze cake in the freezer for 5 - 10 minutes. Or until it turns solid.
4) Fill up remaining ice cream mixture and freeze in the freezer for 5 minutes
5) Assembly the fruits on top and freeze for another 10 minutes
6) Pour in the Peach Jello mixture. Place into the fridge for an hour or overnight

Enjoy!! I really love it! Do you?


I am linking this recipe to le chateau des fleurs by fenchy


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32 comments:

  1. lovely cake, a fresh and amazing look..wonderful clicks..

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  2. hmm..yummy..dear...
    fab clicks....

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous! Love the generous fruitti tutti topping. Yum!

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  4. so yummmy. I am sure it would melt in mouth immediately

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  5. Mmm...beautiful looking cake...looks very delicious

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  6. what a beauty this is !!! Looks killer!!!

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  7. Cake likes this should not last for a minute in my house, thanks for the recipe! I don't like the lonely feeling when my visitor left either, it takes a while to get back to normal.

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  8. what a delicious and moist looking cake. the perfect way to use your fruit. It really does look so amazing and since I have never done a flan before it is something i must try out soon

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  9. hi, your ice cream sponge fruit flan looks so appetizing and delicious, wonder if i can follow and do this as good as you :) the photo shoots are great too
    glad i blog walk to your site.. hi, i am Wan, from malaysia, do visit my blog , would love to read a comment from you too. have a nice day

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  10. I am so glad that you posted this! I absolutely ADORE fruit-topped cakes-- I love them more than any other cake, as a matter of fact! I will definitely Make this soon!
    ♥ laura

    the blog of worldly delights

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  11. such a gorgeous dessert and it so vibrant, simply wish I would have enjoyed it,

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  12. The pics look amazing :) My sis n law and hubby left couple of months back to India. We felt the same too..

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  13. I love this kind of cake, looks very moist and refreshing! Your sister-in-law is really good :)!

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  14. Cake is so yummy & refreshing too..

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  15. OMG, this looks delicious. you treated me with the great recipe for me first visit to your blog. :-)

    BTW, You have a lovely space and I like it. Happy to meet you thru blogger world.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  16. sooo pretty AND delicious looking! it looks like a light dessert perfect to end a meal with and so fruity too!

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  17. This really is stunning looking - a super model of a cake!

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  18. Wonderful, your sis in law is a genius! Looks so great, would love to dig in... let's see if I can make this soon.

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  19. This truly looks gorgeous! What a show stopper cake & a tummy pleaser :)
    Lovely photos & great instructions too - the visual directions always help!

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  20. Wow, the cake looks so pretty and delicious! Your SIL is quite a baker! Wish to have a slice to try!

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  21. This looks absolutely tempting! The cake, the ice cream and the fruits!! WOWWW! I loved this post.
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  22. Looks like a professional dessert! Sounds good too.

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  23. I had a delicious flan at a restaurant recently - this ones looks Super yummy with all those colorful and luscious fruit toppings :)

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