Print Yum Kueh Salat Ingredients450 g Glutinous rice soaked for 3 hrs. and steam for 30 mins. Add diluted 380
Remember those soft, soft bread rolls from the coffee shops or the old fashioned bakeries? They almost melt in the
Another name for this recipe is the Five Thousand Dollar Bread, because it was rumoured that the recipe developer spent
Print Yum Japanese secret cooked-dough bread (????) IngredientsTangZhong or Starter 10 Tbsp Water at 30°C 2 Tbsp Bread Flour Activator
Today, I made some cream cheese buns using this recipe. If you have more time, I’d always prefer the tangzhong
This is an accidental find. I ran out of milk, eggs and butter, and had made a starter. It is
My fourth son loves pandan bread, and you cannot purchase it outside Singapore. So he asked me if I would
I made red bean soup, a lot, a lot of it, perhaps two kilograms. And nobody is eating it anymore.
My mum loves to make haebi hiam, and I can remember her making it so frequently, there’s really no need
My husband loves these. He would buy them warm from this bakery in Shenton Way (I forgot the name of
These must be the most common dim sum one can get from any Hong Kong or Cantonese Dim Sum place.
Steamed yeast buns has always been my nemesis. It looks so deceptively simple yet, I find it harder than any
Around the year 2000, these started to appear in Malaysia and spread to Singapore. They were so trendy. Some call
Asians like our breads pillowy soft and fluffy. These are seen in bake shops from North Asia Japan, to Taiwan,
I first encountered cinnamon rolls when I was on a mission trip to Thailand in 1988. The American missionaries there
I have not heard of this bread until I read about it on Facebook from a blogger called Vivian (sorry