This was from a blogger in Taiwan, and of course everything was written in Mandarin. You can have a look at hers here.
Not much changes have been made here, I used some pandan paste for the strawberries leaves instead..;p And why is my rolls got holes ha? Maybe I've folded it too much..:(
See, this is how it looks after bake...so cute isn't it...haha! Anyway I think I should post the recipe here which I'll translate it to English for my own reference.
Egg yolk Batter:
6 egg yolks
60g fresh milk
45g cornoil (original called for salad oil)
100g cake flour (original called for low gluten flour)
6 egg whites (original called for 5.5 egg whites)
Ingredients for little strawberries:
20g egg whites
few drops strawberry paste or red colouring
** some cocoa powder diluted in some water (brown color)
** some pandan paste (green color~leaves)
Some whipped cream and some halved fresh strawberries.
~ First, preheat the oven at 180'C. Then lightly whisk the egg yolks together with 20g sugar, then add in fresh milk and coinoil and mix well.
~ Add in cake flour and cornflour and stir well. Set aside.
~ Spoon out 30g egg yolk batter and mix in the red colouring or strawberry paste. Mix well.
~ Whisk the egg whites and sugar (ingredients for little strawberries) till half soft peak form and add in the prepared 30g egg yolk batter. Stir well.
~ Spoon the pink batter into a piping bag with tip #3. Pipe some little triangles onto lined tray (10"x14").
~ Bake at 180'C for 1 minute then set aside.
~ Whisk the 6 egg whites together with the 70g sugar until peak form.
~ Fold into the remaining egg yolk batter. Then pour batter over the half-baked strawberries.
~ Flatten the top with a spatula and bake at 175'-180'C for 12-13 minutes.
~ Transfer on to wire rack to cool completely. Then slice into half.
~ Once completely cooled, spread the whipped cream and place some strawberries on the cream and roll up.
~ Once the rolls are stable, colour the strawberries with prepared cocoa powder and pandan paste.
** For more step by step details and pictures, you can find it here.
Luckily when I asked my daughter what can she see here, she did answer Hello Kitty...haha!