Rainbow pudding caramel cake

Been wanted to try making this cake all this while. There are three layers of the cake;

Top: caramel,

Middle; pudding

and the bottom part is the rainbow cake.

caramel1

Here are the recipe that i get from the net. Some of the steps i add and some of it i omit. So the recipe below is basically the one that i did. Turn out quite good and the taste a lot better hehehe…

A.  For caramel topping;

2 tbsp sugar
Melt the sugar on low heat until golden brown (caramelize). Put aside. Be careful the sugar
will be very hot.

B. Middle part: Pudding

1 cup evaporated milk
1 cup condensed milk
1 tsp vanilla essence
3 egg yolk
2 whole egg

C. Bottom part: rainbow cake

140 gm flour
2 tbsp condensed milk
70 gm castor sugar
3 egg yolk
135 ml water
1 tsp baking powder
45 ml corn oil

D. Meringue

6 egg white
70 gm castor sugar
1 tsp cream of tartar

Steps:

1. Prepare part A
2. Mix all the ingredient in part B slowly. Don’t make bubble. Sieve and add into part A. Put aside
3. Beat all the ingredient in part C.
4. To make the meringue whip the egg white. Add the sugar gradually. Whip until soft peak. Add cream of tartar.
5. Add the meringue into part C – the cake part.
6. Divide into 3. Add the food coloring. I add blue, green and pink.
7. Ok the fun part: add 5 tbs (blue) into pudding, after that 5 tbs (green) and 5 tbs pink.
Repeat the step until finish.
8. Heat oven to 175 Celsius.  Bake the cake with water steam bath style for 1 hour 15 mins.

TIPS: After take out from oven rest the cake for about 25 minutes before flip the pan. Chilled in the refrrigerator for 1 hour.

caramel2Tadaa….

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