Moist LEMON Sponge Cake

Thursday, December 24, 2009

look at that texture...just gorgeous and its moist too!

before i start, i'd like to wish to all my christian friends and also to those whom enjoy this particular holiday *you know who you are* a very happy happy Xmas and Happy New Year!!

today i'll be posting my all time fave sponge cake recipe...i was contemplating should i share this incredible recipe or just keep to myself? then after much consideration i decided to share this lovely recipe that i hold it dear in my heart hehehehe ~
this recipe is highly recommended , extremely easy to make with no time to spare...
errr this recipe was actually individual cakes (like bake in a remikin for individual consumption) but i was lazy to make such way so i just poured the batter into a 9" baking tin which is not so advisable...but it still turned out great...

3 eggs
1/2c sugar
1/2c all purpose flour
1/4tsp baking powder
1/4tsp salt
1/4c melted unsalted butter
1/2tsp vanilla extract
1tsp lemon zest
2tsp lemon juice
  1. preheat oven at 180c .grease and sugar the remikins and place a disk of parchment papers at the bottom of remikins.
  2. beat eggs and sugar until pale and airy with whisk fitted mixer. this will be more or less 10-15minutes
  3. mean while sift together all dry ingredients
  4. combine butter, zest and juice and set aside.
  5. reduce speed on mixer add dry ingredients quickly but not all at once until just almost blended.
  6. add in the butter mixture and mix until just blended.
  7. spoon cake mixture into individual remikins leaving 1/2" for cake expension.
  8. bake for 20-25minutes
  9. best serve warm

if yo uclose your eyes and eat this just for a moment you'll actually think that its cotton soft cheese cake!


Wednesday, December 23, 2009


  1. WONG SOLO: offeres indonesian food such as their famous ayam penyet but gotta warn you that the 'sambal' is extremely HOT! dinners will have the authentic Indonesain culinary experience restaurant located behind old town kopitiam @ sec 9
  2. BERLAUK: offers authentic Kelantan cuisine the restaurant is located in sec 7
  3. YANKEES: offers great 'ikan bakar' and ala thai food...although this restaurant has a very BAD service be prepared to have a 1-2hrs delay in eating your food.
  1. CHICO : a chinese muslim restaurant that ironicly did not serve chinese food! went there the 1st week of their opening and it was extremely dissapointing i sincerely hope that they improve their menus.
  2. YANKEES: food are great but service is minus 5
  3. CHICKEN KING: the idea is there but unfortunately they had to 'cut' down their wastage and serve customer 1-2days old chicken ultimately made the chicken very dry!!

this list will be updated from time to time. i mean no harm but people have to know have the right to know and the right to enjoy their food!

birthday delima

these few weeks were horrible for me coz my family were sick. started of with my son having the viral fever then my husband he is until now not well...its so frustrating coz this weekend is my birthday and my family wanted to celebrate my birthday @ sentosa island, singapore plus that would be alot of fun for my children too..

but i guess that we're not going..what a bummer! i was looking forward for the mom asked my if i could leave my husband and just go with the kids and suggested hubby to stay at his mom's house...well that's a thought but it doesn't feel right leaving him when he's not well like that. its sad that my kids was too excited and very looking forward to the trip.......

i don't know...i somehow don't feel like going either coz..its just don't feel right celebrating my birthday without hubby although even if i stay we're not celebrating anyway in this situation no one wins!