angel cake

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a light sponge cake made without egg yolks

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I've loved angel food cake ever since I first tasted it as a child.
In the 80's, low-fat became the "healthy" battle cry, and angel food cake came into vogue, with no fat weighing it down, but plenty of white processed sugar fluffing it up.
I served it with a quick lemony glaze made from Greek yogurt that my family loves, but you can consider optional, if you are an angel food cake traditionalist.
For example, the angel food method is solely used for angel food cake, while the creaming method is used for many types of cake.
Examples of foam-based cakes include genoise, biscuit jaconde, chiffon, and angel food cake.
Most cakes have a neutral pH; however, some such as angel food cake do have a low pH.
Angel food cake and chiffon cake should cool in the pan, upside-down with sufficient airflow.
Angel food cakes tend to be light and airy, and need no frosting or other adornments.
With the exception of an angel food cake, all cake batters are comprised of fat and water-based ingredients that would normally separate out much like a cup of oil and water.
FIGURE 14-30 OMITTED] [FIGURE 14-31 OMITTED] [FIGURE 14-32 OMITTED] [FIGURE 14-33 OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] COCONUT ANGEL FOOD CAKE Makes one 10-inch (25-cm) tube cake Lessons demonstrated in this recipe: * How to prepare an egg foam cake using the angel food mixing method.
Products produced include liquid and frozen yolk, including sugar yolk, (used in ice cream, custards, baked goods) salt yolk, (used in mayonnaise, salad dressings) whole egg, (used in cakes, waffles, pies, candies and fast food restaurants) egg whites, (used in angel food cakes, pasta, candies, cholesterol free egg substitutes, binders in meat and fish products) and blends of whole egg yolk and sweetner for cake and sweet good products.
However, the brownies, angel food cakes, some pies and croissants are made from scratch in a closed prep area behind the service case.
But over time, eggs can lose their ability to fluff up an angel food cake or make mayo creamy.