Beef Cheeseburgers

It’s been a week since our lockdown here has ended in Singapore. (Yes, it IS a lockdown. “Circuit Breaker” and “Phase 1” were just alternative terms) But I must say that I’ve adapted a little too well with self-isolation. The past 3 months have consisted of unending kitchen experiments almost on a daily basis. I’ve…

Croissants aux Amandes

Buttery, bold and beautiful. Take your regular croissants up a notch by dressing them up with almond cream and icing sugar! Make them with day-old croissants, because it’s the best way to use up any leftovers. Most people enjoy having this for breakfast, but I definitely feel like they’re more of a dessert and a…

Soft and Fluffy Tri-Coloured Milk Bread

I’ve always loved Asian style soft, fluffy milk bread, and with the current lockdown in place, what better to do than make your own? This recipe doesn’t require a bread machine and the dough is simple and easy to knead. It is also completely optional to colour them, especially if you’re not a fan of…

Ensaymada – Sweet Filippino Buns

When I was asked to do a Guest Post for “Go Bake Yourself“, I was extremely excited by the opportunity! The author, Choc Chip Uru is a young teen who grew up in Aussie land. She’s definitely one of the most inspiring teens I have ever met to date! I must say, don’t judge a…

Hot Dog Buns ASIAN STYLE!

  Whenever I hear the term “hot dog buns”, the $1 hot dog buns from Ikea / Costco automatically come to mind. Don’t get me wrong, I love the old-school hot dog buns that many consider as comfort junk food. I’ve even heard that the ones in New York are probably the best! … oh…

Ham and Cheese Rolls

I’ve been wanting to make some soft buns and I think I’ve finally found “the one”! Bread making requires a certain amount of patience but the end results are just so rewarding! And don’t you love being able to say that you make my own bread? There are many types of bread but my favourite…

A Hawaiian Challah Back at Ya!

Hey folks! I’m back from Hawaii!! I’ve been travelling around Europe and Hawaii and I’m finally back… What’s that? Yeah, I TOTALLY miss baking! I had the baking itch everywhere on me! It was intolerable! So, instead of a post on Europe, or an entry from one of my overdue drafts from before, I badly…

EGG-citing Tropical Hot Cross Buns

Although in the blogging world, it probably is a given that Hot Cross Buns are traditionally served on Good Friday or Easter Sunday, I only learned of it this year. The rolls got their names from the crosses piped on top, signifying the resurrection of Christ. Don’t be surprised that I am not the only one unaware of this!…