Is me again! (duh, is my blog of course is me again. :x)
Tried a new simple and easy recipe!
was lack of time when I’ve been requested for some pandan flavour cake.
So, after an easy search, I found this recipe! Using OIL!😀
I halved the recipe, and added a teaspoon of pandan paste instead of vanilla to create the pandan flavour, and baked it in an 8×8″ square pan, baking for 25min in my oven.
It was really easy and taste good! As I was out of milk, I added some home-made soya milk to it, causing it to have some soya milk taste. :p
Next time I might add in maybe half a teaspoon more pandan paste to have a stronger pandan taste and fragrance.
I also recommend adding a teaspoon or slightly more vanilla essence/extract to half of the recipe to pump up the flavour if you are making vanilla. (~1tbsp vanilla for the full recipe)
oh well~ there’s no harm adding a LITTLE bit more vanilla isn’t it? :p
This is real easy for those who do not have the time to soften your butter!
or being lazy!
Hope you all like this!😀
Made these during my off days! Felt so accomplished!🙂
I’ve finally attempted all the bakes that I’ve pinned/Favorited/saved for so long! first on is the macarons!
You can find the original recipe here.
There’s lots of tips included for making macarons successfully!
Don’t be scare to try out the recipe!😉
I was actually proofing my cinnamon roll while preparing and making my macarons.
recipes was used and portioned down to 1/4 from pioneer woman cinnamon roll here as the portion she made was really huge for my family! another GREAT site to look and drools on!
As for dinner, I’ve made Cordon bleu from Tyler Florences, recipe here.
I’ve used boneless chicken thigh as I feel that it will be more juicy and of course, tender!
Indeed! my dear brother and mrbee says it was so awesome! So much better than those selling outside. *smiling*😀
This recipe was REALLY EASY! BAKE IT! and GET INSTANT PRAISES! MUAHAHA😡
Sorry for updating late as i was so excited that i wanted to share my photo first!😡
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR VIEWING!😀
I tried silky steam egg method from this website.
it is a success! though i put a little bit less soya sauce, which makes it a little blend. i put it till a full bowl as i underestimated for 3 eggs volume, and steamed at medium for ~18-20 mins.
Though a small amount of bubbles was seen at the side of the bowl, overall is was awesome!
add some sesame oil to pump up the fragrance!
I’ve bought A LOT of dried longgan when i went thailand previously, and we have lots of red dates in the fridge! so after researching that this tea is good and easy to cook, I’ve decided to cook it frequenctly at home. Did not include much info as you can search WHOLE lots of info when you type in “red date longgan tea”. :p
previously have tried using around
50g of red dates + 60g of longgan + 30g of wolfberries in 3 liters of water.
But mummy was saying there’s SO MANY RED DATES!
so this time round, i use ~20g of red dates + 40g of longgan + some wolfberries in 1.5 liters of water.
Hope the dried longgans will sweeten the tea more, and it is so yummy! beeboy said the previous time was not sweet enough as i didn’t add in any rock sugar, so depends on how sweet it is later!
Rock sugar can be added in according to your own taste. also for all the proportions as this is quite versatile.🙂
After the water boils, turn the heat to low, and cook the red dates for ~10 mins, then throw in longgan and wolfberries (which hopefully improve my eyesight.🙂 and simmer/cook on low heat for another ~30 mins.🙂 then i cook for another ~20-30mins.
Hello people! I decided to start this blog to log down my bakes(sssss) and what I’ve cooked for my family and friends.😀
Hope you enjoy my blog!