I have a question for all my fellow (wannabe) chefs/ home cooks/ food experimenters out there, have you ever asked yourself what is it about cooking that brings you so much joy? For me, I have never had one clear answer, until now, until I baked this Apple Cake for my friends a few days ago... What is so … Continue reading The Apple Cake to Convert Apple- Haters
On a grey, rainy day what I crave is a slice of warm, moist loaf cake fresh out of the oven with a hot cup of tea, all curled up with a novel (or a cookbook) on my plushy sofa! The mashed kumara (sweet potato) keeps this cake wonderfully soft and moist, whilst the top is crunchy … Continue reading Vitamin-charged Kumara Cake with a Sesame Crunch!
Here's a tart that your vegetarian/gluten-free/ low-carb/paleo/ vege-loving friends can enjoy! What's the secret? It's the crust that is made using processed cauliflower, pressed into a tart mold and baked until crisp! Originally I was going to name this the "Caramelized Onion, Roasted Mushroom, Capsicum and Tomato Cauliflower 'Pastry' Tart", but this was obviously too long … Continue reading Veged-Out Cauliflower ‘Pastry’ Tart
I have always wondered how Asian bakeries create the characteristic soft and fluffy yet chewy and springy bread loaves that are so addictively delicious! So when I found this recipe, I couldn't wait to get started to make my own fresh loaf- perfect for breakfast or afternoon tea! The reason behind naming the loaf "65°C" … Continue reading 65°C White Loaf
A new take on the ordinary fried egg. Light and refreshing, the use of konbu tsuyu (light seaweed-infused soy sauce), dried bonito flakes and shichimi togarashi (7-spice powder) provide a delicious Japanese twist. Make this dish for a special breakfast or brunch for the ones you love (or just for yourself)! Ingredients 1 large egg salt … Continue reading Japanese Sunny-Side Up for One