Monday, November 27, 2006

Kek Lapis

Is really tedious to make this lapis cake... now I know why the bakery is charging so ex for this cake. Let me recall... i started at abt 12pm and finished by abt 4pm. The time spent is scooping the batter into the cake tin layer by layer and keeping a close watch over the oven. This is quite similar to making nine-layered kueh but this lapis cake has got a big pot of batter, meaning more layers.. abt 20 layers I used a round cake tin for my lapis cake as my square tins are of the bigger sizes.


6 comments:

The Dutchess said...

Jes, this looks store bought!

Cranberry said...

Thanks Joyce! Dss finished the whole cake yesterday. Now pestering me to make another one..I m gonna faint!

I was thinking adding prunes or jackfruit as one of the mummies suggested in m4m for my next baking of kek lapis.

Chris said...

Beautiful! I'll never have such patience. Maybe if I'm a full time home-maker, then I'll try. Bring some for the Tea party for me! ;0)

zhengning said...

hello there! just came upon this blog while viewing other recipes from other blog.
your kueh lapis looks great! now i know why kueh lapis arent cheap outside, hah. i guess i would never have the patience. Lol!

Anh - whitepoplar said...

Thanks Cranberry for your comments at my blog!

Your Kek Lapis looks so nice! :)

Cranberry said...

Thanks chris, zhengning & whitepoplar for your compliments.