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Layer Cake Recipe

June 23, 2015

Layer Cake Recipe How to Make a review which will be distributed on this occasion which might be useful, especially for those of you who want to make a layer cake but do not know how to make it. Layer cake is a diversified food jajajan cake that we often encounter even become one of the food was definitely there when there is an event such as a wedding celebration.

Layer cake are included in the category of typical Indonesian kue lapis snack cakes, the food is pretty much like, Well, if you are interested to make, just read the recipe how to make cake layer below.


- Rice flour 300 grams 
- 150 grams of starch flour 
- 800 ml creamy coconut milk 
- 1 teaspoon salt 
- pandan leaves, ikat 2 pieces 
- 350 g sugar 
- 1 1/2 tablespoons margarine 
- Enough young yellow food coloring 
- green food coloring taste 
- Moderation brown food coloring Note: You can also use food coloring such as red, purple, blue, orange, black and others.

How To Make:

1. Mix and cook coconut milk, salt and pandan leaves, stir slowly to the boil, then remove and strain. 
2. Then reheat over low heat, then add the margarine and sugar, stir again until well mixed and adopted. 
3. After that, take another frying pan and mix together ingredients starch and rice flour. 
4. Then, pour the warm milk mixture into it. 
5. Stir gently until the dough becomes smooth layer. 
6. After that, for this dough into 3 parts to simplify the process of staining. 
7. Give about two drops of dye in each layer cake batter and stir evenly. 
8. Grab last basting pan previously used with cooking oil and pour each batter. First you can pour the batter in yellow, and steam 10 minutes. 
9. After that, continue with the green dough, steamed again 10 minutes and the dough Brown, steamed again for 10 minutes 
10. Lift the layer cake that is so and let it cool.

Well, now 3 color layer cake is finished, if you want a layer cake with lots of color then repeat 8-9 by pouring batter little by little until the dough runs out.

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