white chocolate and matcha marbled loaf

July 6, 2007 at 12:25 am | Posted in Cakes, Chocolate | 7 Comments

yesterday over dinner, a friend and i were talking about cakes. we were deciding over what (cup)cake(s) to make for a birthday gathering next week. i was telling her i haven’t baked an unadorned, no-frills cake for the longest time. if it’s not cupcakes lashed with generous amounts of ganache, it’s sponge cakes filled with whipped cream and fruit, covered with a (un)healthy layer of buttercream.

i nearly forgot how a warm slice of loaf cake fresh from the oven tasted like. i decided to put the white chocolate couverture (from this wonderful chocolate company) that my cousin gave me a couple of months back to good use. i wanted something different, not the usual marble cake or pound cake. did a little bit of googling and came across this recipe. i love both white chocolate and green tea – this seemed to be a marriage made in baking heaven.


green tea in baked goods might be an acquired taste, but its flavour in this cake was subtle. the texture of the cake was sufficiently moist and it wasn’t too dense. yum. πŸ™‚



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  1. i want to try this… 😦 im craving for cakes. i dont know why… and the only thing which can get rid of my cravings *period* is the sugar roll cake from polar.

    i know how to bake and cook. but my bf just couldnt believe me cos i never did any for him, i am too busy and lazy… hey can i order some from you and stuff myself with it… yummy..

  2. oh yummy! i like green tea too!

    where did you get the matcha powder/tea?

    ohhh and i like that choc company’s wrapper. sucker for all things nice. hurhur

  3. It looks delicious and I love the contrast of colors and flavors.

  4. yanni: hehe can… sugar roll from polar not bad la. cheap also. hehe.

    faizah: i got it from phoon huat. it’s in a small container. it says “bakeable green tea powder” or sthg like that.

    patricia: thank you. πŸ™‚ i like the green swirls too!

  5. Hi Maya,

    I baked tis cake using the same recipe and it turned out dense and dry. Iwonder why. Yrs looks so good!

  6. hey ida, my mum commented it was a bit dry on the second day. a few seconds in the microwave might do a little good. i usually have problems with pound cakes too!

  7. wah cake lawa! i love green+white combi πŸ˜€

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