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Mango Roses Jelly Cake

  • PREP TIME
    240 Mins
  • COOK TIME
    90 Mins
  • SERVING
    4 People
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It is the season of mangoes, and the weather is very sultry. Always wanted to eat some cold desserts, so today we have a refreshing and eye-catching mango roses jelly cake.

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DIRECTIONS

01 Step

Preheat the oven to 150°c. Prepare cake molds to spread butter or place baking paper on the mold for later use.

02 Step

After the butter is melted, add milk and mix well.

03 Step

Separate the yolks and whites of the eggs, and put the yolks in a bowl of butter. Put the egg whites into a large bowl that is free of oil and water

04 Step

Stir the egg yolks evenly

05 Step

Add sifted plain flour, corn flour, and milk powder to the egg yolk bowl, and mix until there is no dry powder

06 Step

Add a few drops of lemon juice or white vinegar to the egg whites

07 Step

Use a whisk at high speed until the egg whites appear coarsely foamed, add 1/3 fine sugar, and continue to beat at high speed

08 Step

After the bubbles become thinner, add 1/3 fine sugar, and then continue to beat at high speed

09 Step

After the bubbles are finer, add the remaining fine sugar, and continue to beat until hard foaming

10 Step

Scoop 1/3 of the meringue into the egg yolk batter and mix well

11 Step

Pour the mixed egg yolk batter into the meringue in batches and mix evenly

12 Step

Pour evenly mixed batter into the mold, tap it a few times to knock out the coarse air bubbles

13 Step

Put it in the preheated oven. Bake at 150°c for 60 minutes

14 Step

After baking, remove the mold and let it cool, and then use a 6-inch mold to measure the part to cut off

15 Step

Gently stuff the cake into the bottom of the mold

16 Step

After peeling the mango, keep the most flesh part first, and then we will use it to make roses

17 Step

Cut the remaining part into the blender, add water to make a smoothie.

18 Step

Filter it to make it smoother.

19 Step

First mix the sugar, Konnyaku jelly powder, and agar-agar powder in a dry pan

20 Step

Add water and stir evenly to ensure that there are no lumps before turning on the heat. Stirring over medium heat

21 Step

Turn off the heat after boiling, pour in the mango smoothie and mix well

22 Step

Filter again into the mold

23 Step

After pouring, scoop out the small bubbles floating on the surface.

24 Step

When you are satisfied with the surface, you can put it into a container or wrap it with clingfilm, and put it in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour or until it solidifies

25 Step

Cut the mango flesh we just reserved into slices about 3mm thick

26 Step

Start with small slices of mango, starting from the center, and then one by one around each other to form a flower shape

27 Step

Finally, use a small piece rolled into a flower core and stuff it into the center gap, thus completing a mango rose

28 Step

First mix the sugar, Konnyaku jelly powder and agar-agar powder in a dry pan.

29 Step

Add water and stir evenly to ensure that there are no lumps before turning on the fire. Stirring over medium heat

30 Step

Turn off the heat after boiling, and slowly filter the spoonful into the mold. Try to pour gently and close to the rose to avoid creating more bubbles

31 Step

Bubbles can be scooped up or use a fire gun to defoam

32 Step

Leave it for about 5 minutes to 10 minutes, there will be bubbles occasionally pop up, then pick it up or puncture it with a needle

33 Step

Wait for the jelly to cool down before putting it into the container. If you use cling film, let it cool and wrap it up after the surface has solidified, and put it in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour or until it solidifies

34 Step

Use a plastic knife to cut along the edge, and then use a taller cup to push up the bottom of the movable mold. Then cut into the size you like and enjoy!

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Christy Cooks

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I started cooking as a child. My parents both worked full time and we always had a houskeeper who cleaned and looked after me and my brother. When I was 12 years old, I asked my mother if I could cook supper every night instead of the housekeeper. She agreed. She even let me make the grocery list and do the shopping - she just signed the check! Never a chore, that was the start of a hobby I am passionate about. Now, I am very confident in the kitchen and love to entertain

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