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Cake can be baked in several ways, by using an oven which is the most common way. I knew that cake can be steamed with gas as well. But have you ever tried to bake a cake with rice cooker? Basically I do not hear people in our country bake with rice cooker, and I was surprised to see a book that introduces how to bake a cake with rice cooker. Without further consideration, I bought the book.

 

 

Below are the ingredients needed.

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250g    cream cheese (room temperature)

80g      caster sugar

3          eggs

1tbsp   plain flour

200ml  fresh cream

1tbsp   lemon juice

Method:

1. Mix cream cheese and caster sugar in a bowl. Beat until smooth and creamy.

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2. Add in eggs one by one and mix until just combined.

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3. Add in lemon juice and mix until combined.
4. Add in plain flour and continue to mix until combined.
5. Lastly add in fresh cream and mix well.

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6. Spread the rice cooker pot with butter, pour in the mixture.

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7. Cook with rice cooker for about 20-30 minutes and remove from rice cooker.

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8. Wait until it is completely cool and store in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes before served.

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The ingredients used and method of preparation are actually similar to the one we bake with oven, which is the normal way. But I would like to comment on the outcome I obtained this round. Basically everything is fine but texture of the cake is not as perfect as what I expected. It was a bit hard on the side of the cake. I believed it was caused by the time taken to bake the cake. I baked for more than 30 minutes, which I think it was too long. I should try to bake in shorter time next round, and wish that I will be able to get the result that I want.

*I used Japan's rice cooker to bake the cake, their design of rice cooker is different to Malaysia's, I think. Hence I am not sure whether Malaysia's rice cooker is suitable to use to bake for a cake or not.

As I don't have my oven with me in Japan, hence I am looking for alternate way to bake. I believed the rice cooker at my apartment can served me well also, hope it won't disappoint me. Hehe... I miss my smart oven in Penang!


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#8 MnY - Yong SH 2013-08-15 15:01
Hi Loverly, I have not think of using electric stove with rice cooker pan to bake cake. I am sorry to say that I have no idea on how to bake cake in this way. Anyhow, I did tried with gas stove to steam cake, which you need a big pot of hot boiled water, and put your cake in that big pot and steam it with gas stove. If you want, you can try to steam cake with your electic stove, you can look for steam cake recipe like this one www.mnyfoodtalk.com/index.php/recipe/bake/105-steamed-caramel-banana-cake-recipe
On the other hand, you may try to look for cheese cake recipe (if you prefer cheese cake) that use steam method.
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#7 loverly 2013-08-15 04:16
hi.! im from Philippines.. usual seetings in our rice cooker are only "cook" and "warm".. i could use electric stove where there is "high" "medium high" "medium" "medium low" and "low"..

can you help me please how am i gonna use my electric stove in baking cheesecake using my rice cooker ( the pan) only.. please please. thanks so much..
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#6 loverly 2013-08-15 04:15
hi.! im from Philippines.. usual seetings in our rice cooker are only "cook" and "warm".. i could use electric stove where there is "high" "medium high" "medium" "medium low" and "low"..

can you help me please how am i gonna use my electric stove in baking cheesecake using my rice cooker ( the pan) only.. please please. thanks so much..
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#5 cheap watches 2010-04-20 15:21
yummy..
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#4 MnY - SH Yong 2009-12-04 21:59
Hi Susan,

I am not sure whether they have English version or not, as I myself also find it is difficult to get English recipe book in Japan. What you can do is to find the recipe from internet.

Please share with me after you have successfully bake your cheese cake with your rice cooker.

Oh ya, another alternative way to make a cake, you can buy the premix cheese cake powder from hyper market, you just need to mix it with milk, the packing comes with biscuit base as well as cheese powder filling, after mix with milk, it is exactly the same as chilled cheese cake. Anyhow, I prefer the cheesecake make with pure cream cheese, as the taste will be stronger. But it is very useful if you would like to make a cake for friend's birthday. Easy and 100% guarantee successful.
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#3 Susan 2009-12-04 13:25
Thank you for the title of the book, unfortunately I can't read Kanji very well or speak Japanese very well either, so can't use the book you used. Do you know if there is an English version?
I'm from Scotland, but have lived in Japan for around 18months. I love it here, but like you I miss my oven aswell. I am always trying new things in my rice cooker as this is the only good item in my very small kitchen.
The 'Cake' setting bakes cakes and bread beautifuly for me. However in my old rice cooker the normal setting pretty much burned everything at the bottom and sides leaving it hard around the edges :Pinch:
I am going to atempt to make this cake tonight for my friends birthday tomorrow. I really hope it works. :silly: :cheer:
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#2 MnY - SH Yong 2009-11-30 22:37
Hi Susan, thanks for your comment. The book title is 炊飯器でお菓子。Do we need the ケーキ setting to bake the cake? May I know where are you from? Nice to meet you here...and hope to hear from you again. :-)
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#1 Susan 2009-11-28 08:42
I noticed your particular cooker doesn't have a ケーキ setting, which could possible be the reason your cake didn't turn out as expected.

What was the book you took the recipe from? I am always interested in trying new recipes in my cooker. What a genius piece of equipment. :P

I look forward to your reply.

Susan ☺
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