How to Bake Thai Tea Cake

Cooking time: 2 hrs. Serving: 8-10. Cake size: 8" or 20cm. A cake killer!! Taste exactly like original Thai milk tea, with compliment of super moist chiffon cake and tea ganache. Serve chilled.

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How to Bake Thai Tea Cake Recipe
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Agar agar powder. Main ingredient for tea ganache, to thicken the texture (panna cotta alike) in 15-20 min. Without the powder, ganache is still set but take a couple of hours.

Agar agar powder. Main ingredient for tea ganache, to thicken the texture (panna cotta alike) in 15-20 min. Without the powder, ganache is still set but take a couple of hours.

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Mix tea flake w boiled water. Infused for 5-8 min. (Do not put on gas.)

Mix tea flake w boiled water. Infused for 5-8 min. (Do not put on gas.)

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Strain w muslin cloth. Yield for 200-210ml of tea (50-60ml to make chiffon cake and  150ml to make tea ganache) Let it cool down to room temperature before use.

Strain w muslin cloth. Yield for 200-210ml of tea (50-60ml to make chiffon cake and 150ml to make tea ganache) Let it cool down to room temperature before use.

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Mix egg yolk, 50-60 ml of tea, oil, and 50 ml of milk

Mix egg yolk, 50-60 ml of tea, oil, and 50 ml of milk

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Whip egg white, cream of tartar and 60 g of sugar  til it forms a soft peak

Whip egg white, cream of tartar and 60 g of sugar til it forms a soft peak

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Mix flour, 60g of sugar, salt and baking powder. Make a hole in the middle

Mix flour, 60g of sugar, salt and baking powder. Make a hole in the middle

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Add the tea mixture into the flour mix.

Add the tea mixture into the flour mix.

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Incorporate

Incorporate

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Fold in the egg white, part by part. Do not overwork at this stage.

Fold in the egg white, part by part. Do not overwork at this stage.

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Pour into a cake tin and bake at 180 c for 28-30 min.  Let the cake cool down to just warm before start making tea ganache. Dont make beforehand as it will set within 15-20 min right after finish.

Pour into a cake tin and bake at 180 c for 28-30 min. Let the cake cool down to just warm before start making tea ganache. Dont make beforehand as it will set within 15-20 min right after finish.

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Mix 150ml tea, agar agar powder, 120g sugar, stir until agar gar powder dissolved. Add 250ml milk. Put on high gas, until boil.

Mix 150ml tea, agar agar powder, 120g sugar, stir until agar gar powder dissolved. Add 250ml milk. Put on high gas, until boil.

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Keep stiring for about 5 min. Off the heat, let it cool down before adding corn flour mix

Keep stiring for about 5 min. Off the heat, let it cool down before adding corn flour mix

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At room temperature, mix corn flour with unsweeten condensed milk until it well-blended (make sure that there is no lump).

At room temperature, mix corn flour with unsweeten condensed milk until it well-blended (make sure that there is no lump).

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Pour into tea mixture. On the medium heat, stir slowly and continuously until it turns thicker. On gas 6, this process should take 15-20 min. When it is almost ready, all bubble should be gone.

Pour into tea mixture. On the medium heat, stir slowly and continuously until it turns thicker. On gas 6, this process should take 15-20 min. When it is almost ready, all bubble should be gone.

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Off the heat, add whipped cream and  stir in butter.

Off the heat, add whipped cream and stir in butter.

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Let it cool down to 48-50'c, before assemble the cake.

Let it cool down to 48-50'c, before assemble the cake.

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Half the cake (or more if u prefer more layers)

Half the cake (or more if u prefer more layers)

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Pour ganache into the middle, spread out to almost the edge. Finish all layers, press slightly to make sure that all are attached. Pour ganache all over the cake for the final top.

Pour ganache into the middle, spread out to almost the edge. Finish all layers, press slightly to make sure that all are attached. Pour ganache all over the cake for the final top.

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Let it set 15-20 min in the fridge. Serve chilled. Alternative to Thai tea, u can also use chocolate, coffee espresso, green tea or any strong tea.

Let it set 15-20 min in the fridge. Serve chilled. Alternative to Thai tea, u can also use chocolate, coffee espresso, green tea or any strong tea.

Ingredients

6 Tablespoons Thai tea flake 
275 Milliliters Boiled water 
220 Grams Sugar (separate 120g to grind) 
120 Grams Flour 
4 Egg (separated) 
300 Milliliters Milk 
75 Milliliters Vegetable oil 
½ Teaspoons Baking soda 
¼ Teaspoons Cream of tar tar 
¼ Teaspoons Salt 
180 Milliliters Whipped cream 
20 Grams Corn flour 
200 Milliliters Unsweeten condensed milk 
50 Grams Butter 
1 Teaspoon Agar agar powder 
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