Char Siu Bao (蜜汁叉烧包)

Very pleased because we all had seconds and wiped out 10 baos at one go. I tried to make this more Cantonese style by cooking a thick gravy and freezing the fillings first and it worked perfectly. Recipe for filling (14 baos) About 200g pork collar cut into small strips 3 slices ginger 1 tbsp…

Gula Melaka Coconut Huat Kueh (发糕)

Really easy recipe here, should be quite fail-proof. Some tips to ensure a full bloom: Fill batter fully or near brim Cupcakes liner must be strong or placed in a deep muffin tray like mine. Else, get the individual metal cups Do not reduce baking powder amount Slitting the top with an oiled knife helps…

Big Pork Baos (大肉包)

I like to serve these for lunch as they are filling and delicious. Each of us will have 2-3 baos to feel satisfied. We fill with lots of vegetables as a matter of preference so you can adjust this. And hard boil eggs is a must for us too. Recipe (makes 10) Bao 125g water…

鲜奶馒头 Chinese Steamed Milk Bao (Man Tou)

These are really fast to make, all hand knead, and very yummy and nutritious for the little ones. It has more bite than the baos we are used to, soaks up gravy well and so goes really well with Chinese dishes like Lor Bak. Recipe (original recipe here on YouTube) 115g fresh milk 1 tsp…

Steam Moist Chocolate Cake (almost Awfully)

Tasters say it’s almost like Awfully Chocolate, wow! A lot of good stuff went into this cake – varlhona, callebaut and lindor. The steamed cake body is soft and moist and I was almost afraid to handle it. The same recipe with adaptations has been on many blogs, I based it mostly from Jeannie. Suffice…