Feeling great to finally done with my proposal~~!!
Thanks gave to Mario who didn’t ask me to clean the floor during that period of time, and even I piled my clothes on the sofa, he just pretended not seeing them until I got time to clean them! Though it’s not the best solution (OS in my mind: Hey man, why not help me clean them!!), I was appreciate about his tolerance! And another thank came to the meals he prepared for me everyday, that’s really awesome and sweet! So, I decided to make this time-consuming but great dessert for him!
Our first time for Milli Creme was in Ippudo, New York, the photo shown below.
Though it’s a Japanese restaurant, the Ramen is recommended for sure, the Milli Creme is overwhelmingly popular! After we had one taste of the cake, we could guarantee that it’s not rumor at all, and we won’t forget the feeling, it’s so fluffy with a feeling of happiness! So even though we’ve only tried this cake once, this tiny delicate cake does give us an unforgettable memory!
1. Melted unsalted butter in a small pan, put aside for later use.
2. Sift the cake flour in a medium bowl, mix together egg, cane sugar and salts. Small lumps are fine, do not overmix, don’t forget we still have milk behind.
3. Add milk and heavy whipped cream to flour mixture; whisk until mix evenly.
4. Sift the flour batter to the other medium bowl.
5. Add melted unsalted butter in, mix evenly.
6. Wrap it and put in the fridge for at least 30 minutes to make the flour rest.
7. Heat a 8″ pan by medium power. For each slide, spoon suitable amount, around 1/8 Cup, of batter onto a pan, shake it to fill the pan.
8. Cook until brown color shown on the bottom side, flip carefully and again cook until browned on the otherside, 1 to 2 minutes more.
9. Cool down all the slides.
10. In the mean time, beat heavy whipped cream and cane sugar in another medium bowl with electric mixer on medium speed 5 minutes or until light and fluffy. Cool down in fridge for later use.
11. Fold cream in each slide, and then pile them until the height you desired.
Not that hard huh, just take lots of time though! Enjoy your Milli Creme!!
But everything had a cost, hehehe, the following sink was what I paid for this tiny cake. >”<