There is just something about pandan that reminds me of the best things during my childhood. I have been looking for a good pandan cake recipe for a while, and finally I came across this. I was not in the mood to make a whole cake, so I adapted this recipe to make a batch... Continue Reading →

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I have never tasted cornbread before, so I thought I would try something different this weekend. This recipe looked promising - I like corn, I like cheddar, and I like chilli. Interesting enough to be my first cornbread attempt. Took me a while to find cornmeal though, which is not exactly common in local cuisine.... Continue Reading →

Cheese and butter, how can it possibly go wrong? And these cookies were delicious. In fact, so good that I really did not want to share. Probably the only thing to take note of is to ensure that it is baked until brown. The first batch I made were a little under baked, just slightly... Continue Reading →

It was a rainbow cake that finally got me started on baking. So it seems appropriate to bake one to celebrate the birthday of the friend who helped got me my Kitchen Aid mixer, even if all I could give him was a picture of the completed cake. After browsing through tonnes of recipes, most... Continue Reading →

I think I have found my go-to quiche tart dough recipe! This made a rich, flaky tart which was a great accompaniment to the bacon and cream filling. The trick is to put the cubed butter into the freezer for about 15 minutes before rubbing it into the flour. That way, you can ensure that... Continue Reading →

I think I am just running through the macaron recipes in Pierre Hermé’s book. At least those that appeals to me. And who doesn’t like Nutella? This particular recipe uses the standard macaron shell, minus the Earl Grey and with the cocoa solids bumped up to 30 grams. A teaspoon of coffee extract is added.... Continue Reading →

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