Kitchen Corner

October 30, 2009

Peach Cake

It's weekend again! I always like to have a relaxing weekend without working too much in the kitchen but still able to enjoy some nice foods. I'll normally make some sweet stuffs to chill in the fridge and serve it at any time during the weekend.
Here, I've prepared some peach cakes which is a recipe from HHB. It's really a great recipe and very refreshing desserts. I made it into individual portion which I think is much easier for me to serve but definately much more works in advance. I followed the mousse recipe from HHB except the sponge cake. The texture is very good indeed!


Yummy Bakes said...

Wow ... these cakes look delicious.

Von said...

This looks so yummy!
I love the small size- it's so cute!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

I just done a cotton cheese cake with peach too. But your cake look much nicer than mine. Good job.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Wah Grace...the peach cakes look sooo yummy! Salivating....:P

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kitchen Corner,

How do you remove the mousse cake from the cake ring so neat and nice? I find that it quite messy sometime as the mousse will stick to the ring.
So I wrapped the inner ring with plastic cake wrapper.

Passionate About Baking said...

Hi Grace,
Wow! Your peach cake looks really tempting. Each small portion makes it even more attractive! I would like to have one too! Next time yah?

Quinn said...

Very neat Grace!
Did you need to use a hair dryer to blow the sides so they come off the mold nicely?

quizzine said...

They look so pretty and refreshing! I want a piece now ;-)

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

These mousse cakes look really professionaly made , simply divine !

Li Shan said...

Hi Kitchen Corner, your peach cakes is really very attractive and look delicious. Did you use a chef ring for the individual cakes? How did you remove the cake? Hope you can share some of your tips in making small cakes. Thanks

Kitchen Corner said...

Hi Yummy Goh, Von, Sonia, Honey Bee Sweets,
Thanks for the encouragement and lovely words. Please find out the recipe from HHB's blog, she has got very good recipe. Cheers!

Hi Happy FLour, Quinn, Li Shan,
I did wrapped the inner chef ring with a plastic cake wrapper. It makes my work much easier. Some of them I didn't use plastic cake wrapper and it still could came out nicely. I warm up my hands then hold the cake ring for about 20 second and it's easily removed. Hahaa.. I didn't use hair dryer to blow the side of the ring. That might be a good idea. Hope you could try out and if you've better solution, please share with me yaa!! Cheers!

Sure Jane, definately make a fresh one for you ok.

Hi quizzine,
Thanks! Let's meet up one day together with Jane, I'll make a fresh one for you too ok.

Hi A Full-Timed Housefly,
Thanks for your compliments. I'm just a truly copy cat :P Thanks for HHB sharing a great recipe!

Anonymous said...

Hi Grace,

Nice cake.. yummy!!! Your bakes are always so lovely!!

BTW, I understand that you use a mixer to knead bread dough. Can I know what's the brand of the mixer that you are using?

Swee Cheng

Kitchen Corner said...

Hi Swee Cheng,
I'm using KitchenAid mixer.

Quinn said...

Grace, I always use a hair dryer to loosen up the mouse from the sides of the cake ring, they come out beautifully and never need and lining on the inner sides of the cake ring. Just remember to not over do it.

For such small cute moulds you use, a warm hand for 20seconds works best!


Anonymous said...

Hi Grace,
I have been following your blog for quite some time and really enjoy your postings.

Appreciate if you could provide your recipe for the sponge cake.

Thank you.


Kitchen Corner said...

Hi Quinn,
Thanks for the good tips. I shall try to use hair dryer to try out next time. Cheers!

Hi KY,
Thanks! Please refer to the Durian Cake at this site for the sponge cake recipe. Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Hi Grace,

Thanks a lot for your reply.