Lemon Chiffon Cake Day 2020 is on Sunday, March 29, 2020: How to properly store a lemon chiffon cake?


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Lemon Chiffon Cake Day

Something that's always worth honoring is cake. Lemon Chiffon Cake Day remembers the romance from the enchantingly light lemon cake which was introduced by Harry Baker in 1927. After maintaining your recipe a carefully-guarded secret for more than two decades, he eventually offered the recipe to Betty Crocker in 1947, then the packet-mix grew to become the very best-selling favourite that's known and loved around the globe today.Why don't you mark Lemon Chiffon Cake Day by baking your loved ones a mouth-watering cake and taking a while to understand its light and fluffy goodness? The sunshine and airy texture of lemon chiffon cake is accomplished by utilizing stiffened egg-whites which are folded in to the batter, and changing butter, making the wedding cake an extremely low-body fat treat. The egg-whites imply that the wedding cake remains delectably moist, although the possible lack of butter flavouring entails that you simply mustn’t stint around the lemon zest and juice!

How to properly store a lemon chiffon cake?

in an air tight container lined with either kitchen towel or greaseproof paper

What does this recipe mean...?

What does this recipe mean...?

Turn it upside down. If it's a tube pan, it should have 3 little "pegs" or "feet" that stick up so you can do this easily. Back in the day, they used to invert the tube pans (for angel food cake and chiffons) on a glass coke bottle. This keeps the volume high as it cools.

how to prepare balfi (indian cake)?

how to prepare balfi (indian cake)?

Try these :-) Hope one of them works for you.

Indian Cake

Recipe #164397

A delicious Native American cake thats great for any occassions weddings annversarys birthdays it taste great

by Chef Otaktay

Time to make 4¾ hours 35 min prep

1/2 cup raisins

4 cups precooked blue cornmeal

1 cup sprouted wheat

2 cups precooked yellow cornmeal

6 cups water

1/2 cup brown sugar

* Native American Cakes

1. Put 6 cups of water in pan and boil.

2. Add 4 cups precooked blue corn meal.

3. Add 2 cups precooked yellow corn meal.

4. Add 1/2 cup rasins.

5. Add 1 cup wheat, sprouted.

6. Add 1/2 cup brown sugar.

7. Blend well; dissolve all lumps. Pour into baking pan that is lined with foil.

8. Cover with foil. Bake at 250 degrees for 4 hours.

9. Note: Cake must cook slowly!


This chiffon cake filled with rose-scented whipped cream is inspired by the aromatics found in Persian, Turkish, and Indian confections. Cardamom seeds have more flavor than the ground powder and are like little explosions of spice in the cake.

Candied rose petals

2 large egg whites

1/2 cup sugar

Petals from 2 organic roses


1 cup cake flour

14 tablespoons baker's sugar or superfine sugar, divided

1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1/4 teaspoon coarse kosher salt

3 large eggs, separated

6 tablespoons water

1/4 cup canola oil

1 teaspoon grated lemon peel

1/4 teaspoon whole cardamom seeds (removed from about 5 green cardamom pods)


2 1/2 cups chilled heavy whipping cream, divided

Pinch of saffron threads

2/3 cup powdered sugar

1 teaspoon rose water

2 tablespoons natural unsalted pistachios

For candied rose petals:

Whisk egg whites in small bowl until foamy. Using pastry brush, brush rose petals on both sides with egg whites; sprinkle on both sides with sugar. Dry on nonstick rack at least 6 hours or overnight.

For cake:

Preheat oven to 325°F. Butter two 8-inch-diameter cake pans with 1 1/2-inch-high sides. Line pan bottoms with parchment paper; butter parchment. Sift flour, 7 tablespoons baker's sugar, baking powder, and salt into large bowl. Whisk yolks and next 4 ingredients in small bowl until smooth. Add yolk mixture to dry ingredients; whisk until smooth. Beat egg whites in medium bowl until soft peaks form. Gradually add 7 tablespoons baker's sugar; beat until whites resemble thick marshmallow fluff. Fold whites into batter in 3 additions. Divide batter between prepared pans. Bake until cakes are golden and tester inserted into center comes out clean, about 25 minutes. Cool in pans on racks 15 minutes. Turn out onto racks, peel off parchment, and cool completely. (Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Wrap and store at room temperature.)

For frosting:

Combine 1/2 cup cream and saffron in small saucepan. Bring to simmer. Remove from heat; let steep 20 minutes. Chill until cold.

Beat remaining 2 cups cream, powdered sugar, and rose water in large bowl until soft peaks form; strain in saffron cream. Beat until peaks form.

Place 1 cake layer, flat side up, on platter. Spread 1 cup frosting over. Top with second cake layer, flat side down. Spread remaining frosting over top and sides of cake. Chill at least 1 hour and up to 6 hours. Garnish cake with rose petals and pistachios.

Makes 8 servings.

Bon Appétit

June 2005

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