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RAINBOW CAKE

Resep Rainbow Cake sebenarnya tidak susah kok untuk membuatnya asalkan kita tahu video tutorialnya terlebih dahulu sehingga urutan pembuatannya tidak salah. Hal pertama yang harus kita lakukan adalah buku petunjuk. Kalau dapat dari internet gampang banget, akses melalui handphone atau cetak menggunakan print dalam kertas kalau ingin irit catat dengan ballpoint. Carilah bahan yang ada dalam Resep rainbow cake selengkap mungkin jangan sampai ada yang ketinggalan agar saat proses pembuatan tidak terganggu. Selain bahan juga harus menyiapkan kompor gas, oven, dan celemek.
RESEP RAINBOW CAKE
Jika semua sudah siap barulah masuk ke cara membuat rainbow cake. Dimana kita harus membaca catatan yang sudah kita buat tadi. Pahami betul setiap kata yang tertera, bacalah dengan teliti dan resapi tiap katanya. Saat membaca jangan putus - putus karena dikhawatirkan keluar dari maksud penulis. Memasuki cara membuat rainbow cake yang harus kita lakukan adalah tetap menjaga waktu secara tepat sehingga benar - benar jadi seperti yang kita inginkan.

Bahan Bahan Rainbow Cake: * 100 gram tepung terigu * 75 gram gula pasir * 10 gram susu bubuk * 100 gram mentega, dilelehkan * 5 putih telur * 3 kuning telur * 1/4 sdt garam * 1 sdt emulsifier/TBM * Pewarna makanan merah, jingga, kuning, hijau, biru dan ungu secukupnya * Topping/Olesan Kue: * Butter cream warna putih atau whip cream * Meises warna warni, permen cokelat warna-warni, atau butiran hundreds and thousand untuk taburan, sesuai selera Anda.
Cara Membuat Rainbow cake: * Kocok telur, gula pasir, garam dan emulsifier sampai mengembang, matikan mixer. * Masukkan sedikit demi sedikit tepung terigu dan susu bubuk yang telah diayak, aduk rata. * Tambahkan mentega cair sedikit demi sedikit, aduk rata. * Bagi adonan menjadi enam bagian dalam wadah terpisah, masih-masing beri…...

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