Have You Ever Try These Breakfast Buns? Pork Floss Buns (肉松面包) 35
Have You Ever Try These Breakfast Buns? Pork Floss Buns (肉松面包)

INTRODUCTION

This is a rather trendy bun in Singapore without much history. It all started (pardon me if I am wrong) when the famous bakery chain (Bread Talk) started selling this. It is really a hit when it was first

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If You Don’t Have The Mould Try This Macaroon Looked Alike–Kueh Bahulu (蛋花糕)

INTRODUCTION

Just before Chinese New Year, my cleaner helper asked me if I want a Kueh Bahulu mould. She said another household wanted to throw away the mould and since she knew I like baking, she offered to bring it

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Coconut Pandanus Custard Glutinous Rice Cake  - Kueh Salat or Kueh Seri Muka (香兰椰香糯米蒸糕) 81
Coconut Pandanus Custard Glutinous Rice Cake – Kueh Salat or Kueh Seri Muka (香兰椰香糯米蒸糕)

INTRODUCTION

If you asked me whether it is easy to prepare this traditional steamed glutinous rice cake 20 years ago, I can tell you it is laborious. In fact you need patience to soak the glutinous rice, steam it, pound

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Another Simpler Healthier Breakfast Item–Chinese Style Vegetarian Steamed Buns (素菜包)

UPDATED POST ON 3-SEPTEMBER 2014

As  I am now on a vegetarian diet, therefore, I have decided to prepare this steamed buns again and have another session of photo taking. There are no major changes except I have shredded my

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Lets Have Something Different–Steamed Cream Cheese Layered Cake 29
Lets Have Something Different–Steamed Cream Cheese Layered Cake

INTRODUCTION

I just steamed the cake this morning and I am issuing the post today, which is rather unusual. I usually have the picture taking after at least 8-10 hours of resting. However, I have decided to post it today

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Simple Chiffon For Newbie– Basic Orange Chiffon

I have decided to transform my chiffon recipe to cooked dough method. Cooked dough method uses much more liquid, the breaking of gluten resulted moister chiffon. However, the chances of failure are slightly higher and it is not as tall

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After CNY Feasting, A Simple Sweet Dessert For Body Detoxification–Winter Melon Dried Longan Sweet Soup (冬瓜桂圆糖水) 29
After CNY Feasting, A Simple Sweet Dessert For Body Detoxification–Winter Melon Dried Longan Sweet Soup (冬瓜桂圆糖水)

INTRODUCTION

While I was cooking my winter melon soup for my Chinese meal yesterday, I found that the winter melon is rather big for my soup purposes and I have reserved part of the winter melon and cooked a Chinese

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Lots Of Chinese New Year Goodies At Home And Don’t Know What To Do With It?–Cookies and Cakes Puddings 36
Lots Of Chinese New Year Goodies At Home And Don’t Know What To Do With It?–Cookies and Cakes Puddings

Reproduced from my post dated 30-4-2013

For Malaysian and Singapore Chinese, it is a tradition that during Chinese New Year, cookies and other delicacies were being prepared for purposes of entertaining visitors. Families either bought ready made cookies, or as

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Back To Traditional Recipe of 1egg:1sugar:1flour- Traditional Steamed Sponge Cake (古早味鸡蛋糕) 33
Back To Traditional Recipe of 1egg:1sugar:1flour- Traditional Steamed Sponge Cake (古早味鸡蛋糕)

    

 

INTRODUCTION

For modified recipe for breakfast, please scroll towards the end.

I promised it will be  a short post as I have nothing much to say about this steamed sponge cake (kuey neng ko) – the fourth in my series

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Why Not Use Your Mandarin Oranges To Prepare Some Breakfast? –Mandarin Orange Steamed Sponge Cake (芦柑鸡蛋糕)

UPDATED POST ON 24-10-2014
Decided to use 2 eggs to prepare some steamed cake for the family after many days of eating cakes and breads.  Have use this recipe but substituted mandarin oranges with oranges. In addition, use the cuppies

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