Friday, August 22, 2014

Gingerbread Magic Custard Bar

Its the most busy busy busy time of the year. I'm getting excited cause my girl is admitting to the University soon. Her admission day is getting near. Its going to be a long ride to the north. A lot of preparation needed to be done here. However, we still need a break. I made us a  gingerbread flavoured magic custard bar. Guess, this going to calm us down a little bit. hehe..... The step by step preparation isn't as tedious as I thought. It was nice & easy. I'm sure you can make one too !

Ingredients : (recipe adapted from here)
(A)
120gm   butter, melted
2 cups  milk
*1 TB  water

(B)
3/4 cup   brown sugar
4 egg yolks
pinch of salt
1 tspn  vanilla essence

(C)
4 egg white
1/4 tspn  cream of tartar

(D)
1 cup  all purpose flour
3 tspn  ginger powder
1-1/2 tspn  cinnamon powder
(combine & mixed well)

Method :
(1) heat milk without boiling it then off the heat & set aside.
(2) whisk ingredient (C) till stiff peak form, set aside.
(3) beat ingredient (B) till fluffy pale in colour then add in mixture melted butter & water, mix well.
(4) next, stir in mixture (D) and mix to combined.
(5) now, beat in warm milk till well mix.
(6) once its ready, fold whisked egg white into batter in three batches till everything well mixed. Do not over whisk the mixture.
(7) finally, pour batter into a 9x13" greased tray and let to bake at preheated oven 170'C for about 45 minutes.
(8) once its done, leave cool then keep refrigerated for an hour to set. Then slice into 16 equal square piece to serve.

I would say this is still not so perfect but the size is just nice. Overall, I really love the sense & aroma.

9 comments:

belleau kitchen said...

oh it's all happening this month isn't it? These are the perfect solution to stress and gives you a little 'me time'... I love the look of the texture. Gorgeous!

Pam said...

This looks and sounds delicious! I love gingerbread and this one with custard is even better, I'm sure. Good look to your daughter, bet she will miss your cooking! :-)

Jeannie Tay said...

Hi Kristy, I have baked this magic cake before and love it too! Your flavors combination is very unique, got to try it soon!

~ Nee ~ said...

Hi Kristy , you bet your bottom dollar I will be making this . yummy .

Nammi said...

yumm, I have never made gingerbread, this looks delicious. Hope your daughter isnt going too far ... going to miss mom's delicious food.

Deddy Hidayat said...

Yummy, but I dont really like ginger... can we replace it with something?

Cheryl - Bakingtaitai said...

Hi Kristy, I have been baking variations of magic cake so frequently for friends and for my magic custard cake workshop for the past two months but have yet to try this ginger flavour. Good to discover an interesting variation at your blog but I doubt I'll try this flavour as I am no fan of ginger. ;p

Angie Schneider said...

I still haven't tried a magic cake..love the combo of flavours in these magic bars.

Medeja said...

Making it into gingerbread cake is such a wonderful idea! Looks really great!

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