As promised, here is another version of the American Chiffon Cake:
Grapefruit Chiffon Cake!
INGREDIENTS: For a 20 cm wide mold
-Eggs (L Size):
White sugar: 2 large tablespoons
Flour: 100 g
Baking powder: 4 g
White sugar: 60 g
Salad oil: 70 ml
Salt: half a small teaspoon
Dry coconuts flakes: 2 large tablespoons
160 degrees Celsius for 45~50 minutes
-Take out the flesh of the grapefruit. In a bowl add the sugar and heat inside a microwave oven for 3 minutes. The sugar will take the acidity off the grapefruit.
-Let cool down to room temperature. Accelerate the process by putting the recipient into a larger one half filled with ice water.
-The egg yolks (4) and egg whites (5) should be inside two different bowls. Put the bowl containing the egg whites inside the freezer for enough time to chill them
-Mix flour and baking powder in two steps. Add coconut flakes.
-The egg whites should be chilled enough after 5 minutes inside the freezer. They are bst when ice appears around the rim.
-Beat up the egg whites.
Halfway through add two thirds of sugar and continue beating.
-The meringue should show “horns”. Keep in mind that if the meringue becomes too hard, it will difficult to milk with something else!
-Put back the meringue into the freezer. Otherwise it will become sticky and runny.
Preheat oven to 160 degrees Celsius.
-Add salt and one third of the sugar to the egg yolks.
-The salt will help “whiten” the eggs after a few minutes and hold back the sweetness of the sugar.
-Baeting slowly all the time, add salad oil. Mix well. Add grapefruit. Mix well.
-Last add flour, baking powder and coconut flakes mixture. Fold in gently with saptula.
-Add half of the meringue and mix well.
-Once well mixed, add second half of mringue and mix. This way will prevent any mistakes!
-Pour in the cake mixture into the mold.
-Insert a long stick inside the mixture and turn around 10 times to ensure than no bubbles will break the surface of the cake while baking!
-Bake in oven at 160 degrees Celsius for 45~50 minutes. Insert a stick in the cake if you are not sure it is completely cooked. If the stick comes out clean, the cake is ready!