Black Sesame Yoghurt Mousse Cake


Sponge Cake
2 large Eggs
125g Optima flour
30g Water
1 tbsp Black sesame paste
40g Corn oil (to be added last)
Beat all the ingredients together until thick and fluffy at high speed.
Lower speed gradually add in black sesame paste, mix well and lastly add corn oil into it, mix well again.
Pour batter into 2 pieces 8 inches (lined) square tray.
Bake at preheated oven 180C for about 8-10 mins.
Remove cake from cake tray immediately after baked.
Leave to cool on wire rack.
Black Sesame Yoghurt Mousse
200ml Plain yoghurt
1 1/2 tbsp Gelatine powder
3 tbsp Water
4 tbsp Sugar or icing sugar
2 tbsp Black sesame paste
320ml Fresh topping cream (non-dairy)
Boil sugar syrup for brushing on sponge cake before adding mousse on it. - 200ml water and 70g sugar.


Soak gelatine powder with water for 5 minutes and heat it over a hot water bath.
Add sugar and black sesame paste to the yoghurt, stir well until sugar dissolved then slowly pour in gelatine (cool down gelatine a little if it is still hot), stir well again.
Whip up fresh topping cream to soft peak form and mix into the black sesame mixture.
To Assemble
Place the first layer of sponge cake at the bottom with a square cake ring. Brush sugar syrup on cake.
Pour half of the black sesame yoghurt mousse onto the sponge cake and spread the mousse evenly with a palette knife.
Place the second layer of the sponge cake (brush sugar syrup) onto the mousse and spread remaining mousse on it. Using a scraper to level the top.
Chill the cake for at least 4 hours or till overnight.
Take a sharp knife and run it around the edge of the cake to loosen the cake from the cake ring and trim sides of cake.
Decorate as desired with some toasted black sesame seeds on top.


Anncoo's picture

A truly delicious cake


I especially love the black sesame for its unique and exotic flavour in this lovely cake


8 serving


Monday, August 22, 2011 - 3:19am


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