Melt in the mouth Butter Cookie

If you want a melt in the mouth texture, and still want a rich buttery taste, then please try this recipe from Jeannie Tay. I love it lots, and have tried it both just out of the oven and cooled down. It retains the fine texture except the butter aroma is even more distinct when…

Butter Sponge Cake

This recipe slightly adapted from Enne Ty is good. And by good, I mean I am no longer sure if Mrs SK Ng is my favorite anymore :S. Being a huge butter fan, I almost try any butter cake recipe that I come across and currently, these 2 really stand out for me (and my…

Soft Wholemeal Multigrain Bread (sponge dough method 中种)

A very healthy recipe that will take a longer time, but totally worth it. You will get a softer texture that even the kids will not mind consuming the whole meal and multi-grains. The bread was soft for 2 days and didn’t survive a third day for me to assess. The original recipe was meant…

Chunky Peanut Butter Chiffon

When I read about this recipe in a book at the library, I quickly rounded up the kids and made our way home (grabbed a packet of cake flour otw). We are peanut butter fans and always have some at home. The author who is Japanese is big on making moist chiffons, as opposed to…

Shaping Buns

Buns are gratifying to make. They are technically less demanding than full loaves, no need for the perfect window pane, and every step is shorten as they can proof and bake faster. Adding fillings make them the perfect snack too. Here are some ways to shape the buns. The main dough is using Champion Toast,…

5 Braids Yoghurt Walnut Loaf Bread

Had fun doing this braided bread. I used Paul’s Yoghurt, which is more firm and less liquids. Recipe is adapted from the expert Jeannie Tay. Recipe 300g bread flour 100g yoghurt (no sugar) 20g sugar 1 egg 50g milk 3g yeast 3g salt 30g unsalted butter 50g toasted and roughly chopped walnuts Method Combine milk,…