Taro Sponge Cake Roll with Cheese
“Stressed spelled backwards is desserts”
Prochiz Lovers must be familiar with these words. In fact, many of us when we are upset or have a lot of thoughts, our cravings for sweets increases dramatically. Scientifically, this is indeed natural Prochiz Lovers. Nutritionist from Lagizi, Jansen Ongko, MSc, RD said that when experiencing stress, most people look for sweets because it can increase the production of the serotonin hormone in the body.1
What is the serotonin hormone? This hormone is also known as the happy hormone. It plays a major role as a neurotransmitter in charge of carrying messages between nerve cell networks. Most of the serotonin is in the digestive system, platelets, and the central nervous system. Serotonin deficiency can cause sleep disorders (insomnia) and anxiety disorders. So don’t be surprised, Prochiz Lovers, that serotonin can affect your mental health.
Baking at home can have healthy side effects for your mental health, Prochiz Lovers. Prochiz recaps 3 reasons why the process of preparing, kneading, shaping, and baking dough is very good for your mental health:
Spending some time each day to do something that we love, gives us a chance to recharge ourselves. This builds strength when new situations and challenges arise.
Another form of meditation
Any activity that requires mindfulness – especially if it is simple and repetitive – has a calming effect, such as meditation. Processes such as measuring sugar and butter, beating eggs, and smelling the dough as it begins to rise in the oven, provide a quiet space in the mind and keeps negative emotions away.
The beauty of sharing
The baking process is tiring, but the fatigue seems to pay off completely when the homemade recipe comes out fragrant and beautiful from the oven. Especially when Prochiz Lovers make it for children, parents, siblings, and see the expressions as they enjoy the dish. We will forget all our exhaustion after seeing their reaction!
Well, to all the Prochiz Lovers who are craving sweets and want a therapeutic cooking session, Prochiz would like to share one of the Chef’s favorite baking recipes at Prochiz: Taro Sponge Cake Roll with Cheese. Other than it being healthier than eating out, Prochiz Lovers can also have healing sessions without having to leave the house. Let's try it!
With the use of Prochiz Spready, we can guarantee its tastiness. This cheese has a texture like cheese spread, very soft, with a savory taste and easy to use on all kinds of foods. There is also Prochiz Gold which has a soft and dense texture, making it easy to grate and create long strings. Perfect as a topping or filling for all kinds of food. Cooking becomes more simple, practical and the results are more special. Good luck, Prochiz Lovers! Also share your #Bikinyangsimpeljadispesial and #ProchizMakinPraktis moments on social media by tagging the @keju_Prochiz account.
- 6 eggs
- 10 gr SP (Baking Mix)
- 90 gr Sugar
- 70 gr All Purpose Flour
- 10 gr Powdered milk
- 10 gr Cornstarch
- 120 gr Butter, melted
- 8 g Taro extract
- 75 gr Whipped cream powder
- 150 ml Cold Milk
- 75 gr Prochiz Spready
- 4 g Taro Extract
- 300 gr Prochiz Cheddar
- In a bowl, whisk all ingredients eggs, sugar, sp, all-purpose flour, milk powder, and cornstarch until fluffy and thick.
- Then add the melted butter. Fold until combined.
- Take ¼ of the mixture and add taro extract. Stir well.
- Pour evenly the taro mixture into a 30x40 cm pan. Bake at 180°C for ± 6 minutes. Then remove from oven.
- Then pour the white mixture on top of the baked taro mixture. Bake again at the same temperature for ± 15 minutes.
- Whisk together cold milk, whipped cream powder, Prochiz Spready and taro extract until fluffy and stiff. Set aside.
- Spread some taro cream cheese on to the cake until smooth. Roll it slowly.
- Spread taro cheese cream on top of the cake. Cover with long grated Prochiz Cheddar. Decorate according to taste.