Sunday, April 10, 2016

Project: Dutch (green tea) egg cake

EN

Hey another Dutch egg cake recipe because they are easy to make and very delicious. For the first recipe, click here! For my 2nd time I’ve made them even more delicious by adding one of my favourite flavour: matcha green tea powder! Now it’s a simple egg cake with green tea flavour. Still very Dutch with a little bit Asian in it, enjoy!
NL

Hey! Alweer een eierkoek receptje want eierkoeken zijn simpelweg lekker en een makkie om te maken. Het eerste recept, klik hier! Voor mijn 2e recept heb ik ze nog lekkerder gemaakt, want ik heb één van mijn favoriete smaak toegevoegd: matcha groene thee poeder! Een lekker eierkoek met een vleugje groene thee smaak. Nog steeds Nederlands maar dan in een groen jasje!
The Recipe
2 eggs
85gr sugar (original 100gr)
100gr flour
2 tbsp matcha green tea powder
1 tsp. baking powder
pinch of salt
Thick batter but make sure not to overwhip the batter!

The Steps
1. Preheat oven to 180ºC. Beat egg with sugar until pale and creamy.
2. Add matcha green tea powder and baking powder to the flour and mix well. Then add to the egg mixture and whip up everything. 3. With a big spoon, scoop up 4-6 batter on a lined baking tray. Make sure to keep a certain space between.
4. Bake for around 10 min in the oven.

8 comments :

  1. OMG! Greentea cookies just look so good!

    www.bstylevoyage.blogspot.com

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  2. Wow it does look so simple! Definitely going to give this a try :)

    nat | dignifiable

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  3. I love fusion foods like this! Keep 'em comin :D -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  4. Definitely trying this one - I have all the ingredients too!

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  5. Wow this looks so interesting, simple and good for you! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

    Natasha // The Night is Wild

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  6. Have you ever had a dorayaki? It's a red bean paste sweet pancake which consists of two small, round patties made from castella and in between is the red bean paste. These kinda remind me of the round patties of the dorayaki!

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