After several testings, the following flour measurement turned out the best chiffon cake with least collapsed structure during the cooling time.
7 large egg yolks *eggs are Kirkland brand (COSTCO's) brown organic Large eggs
60 g Ultrafine sugar or regular granulated sugar
60 ml pandan juice, from 12 pandan leaves - Processed in juice processor and blender
125 ml thick coconut milk, from 1 grated coconut - Processed thru juice processor (View previous blog or video) http://rockdavinci.blogspot.com/p/recipes-slide-show.html
125 ml vegetable oil
***160 g Home made pastry flour
****Shift first, then weigh it. *See note at the bottom of this page.
7 large egg whites
1/4 tsp salt
110 g Ultrafine sugar or regular granulated sugar
In a bowl, whisk egg yolks, 60 g sugar, pandan juice, coconut milk, vegetable oil in a bowl just to incorporate them. Add flour and mix well, but do not develop gluten. Set aside.
Preheat oven to 160'C or 325'F for 1 Chiffon. (350'F for 2 Chiffons in the same gas oven.)
In a separate clean bowl, whip egg whites.
As it starts to foam, add salt.
Add 110 g sugar in slow stream and whip till stiff peak is formed - Medium speed - about 8 minutes.
Fold the egg whites into the egg mixtures in thirds.
Mix well with whisk then, spatula.
** Mix gently but thoroughly - the mixture should be shiny without any egg whites bits left.
Fill the Angel Food cake mold, tap down the cake pan firmly on a solid surface to release any trapped air bubbles.
Bake for about 50-55 minutes (depending on your oven's BTU) *Check at 45 min for color on the top and slight separation of the cake from the side of the pan and color.
*Be ware that Teflon coated Angel Food Cake pan would brown lot faster than the aluminum cake pan and takes less time to complete the baking.
"Wow! this one really puffed up!"
( There will be some shrinkage.)
When completely cooled, set it right side up and use a plastic knife to loosen the cake all around.
This cake formula can be used to make various shaped cake and frosted.
185 g AP Flour + 90 g Cake Flour Then measure 160 g and add to the mixture
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