Brevillelize your baking experience : Basic Cake & Stable Frosting Workshop


Baking is my favorite past time whenever I'm on our house at Bulacan. Baking seems to wash away my stress in life. I'm so happy that I got an invite on a workshop from one of the famous Chef in Philippines Chef Edward Mateo, he is known for his exquisite design of cakes with fresh fruits. The workshop is about the Basic Cake & Stable Frosting held on BREVILLE Branch at Balintawak, Quezon City.

Let me give you a little background about BREVILLE

In 1932, Bill O'Brien and Harry Norville mixed their last names together, and the Breville brand was created. They started off making radios, then mine detectors for the war. After World War II and the arrival of the television, they turned their attentions to small appliances and sold the radio business. After Bill O'Brien had set up the Breville Research and Development center in the 1960s, the ideas just kept coming. In 1974, they invented the sandwich toaster. In 1977, they invented Australia's first food processor, the Breville Kitchen Wizz. Breville's Center of Design Excellence is in Botany in Sydney, Australia.
After a 75-year journey, which has seen changing lifestyles and technologies, Breville has grown to become an iconic Australian and global brand. Design and innovation have underpinned this success. From the Snack'n'Sandwich maker in 1974, to the wide feed tube Juice Fountain™ in 1999, and the Professional 800 Collection of today, Breville has provided inspiration to generations of customers.
Though Breville's roots are in Australia, Breville-designed products are now sold in more than 30 countries around the world, including the United States. Like a true Australian however, Breville has remained grounded, despite its global success. Breville is proof that some companies still listen to customers.

The workshop it self, attendees able to learn many things. Chef Edward Mateo, uses BREVILLE Technology on baking, for mixing the ingredients he uses the Scraper Mixer, it has a rubber scrapper for continues mixing of ingredients.

Scraper Mixer Pro

I will be giving you the recipe we have on our workshop , the first one is a recipe for Moist Choco Cake.

  • Chocolate Mousse Frosting
  • 150g Chocolate
  • 2 cups whipping cream
  1. Chop the chocolate and place it in a bowl. Using the Breville Multi Chef - rice/cook function, add 1 cup water then place the bowl on top of the innerpot.
  2. Melt over a slowly simmering until the temperature reaches approximately 45 Celsius on a cooking thermometer, Using the Breville Scraper Mixer Pro, beat the cream until firm peaks cling to the whisk.
  3. Whisking quickly, add about 1/3 of the whipped cream to the hot chocolate. Pour the mixture over the remaining cream and fold in gently with the whisk or a spatula to evenly blend the ingredients.  
 Chef Edward use the Breville Smart Oven , The 22 - liter Smart Oven™ also suggests the use of convection and makes adjustments for fresh or frozen ingredients. This will cook the cake evenly.

Each of the cake that Chef Edward bake, we tried them out, and I say to you that it is amazingly delicious and look stunning.


Deliciously looking cake by Chef Edward
    Here are the delicious cakes from the workshop, this cakes become perfect with the help of Breville products. All products are designed perfectly for our baking needs.

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