Yesterday, I brought three pieces of pork from the butchers and marinated them to make the delicious barbecue pork. Having promised NaNak to prepare a homemade Barbecue Pork Rice before, I decided to do just that and fulfill the promise.
As you may have noticed, I've been making alot of paus recently. The moment all the paus at home has been finished, I'll start kneading the dough so I can practice again and again. After all, they say practice makes perfect, and I really want to master the art of pau-pleating.
I've always wanted to share this delicious Yambean Dried Shrimp Pau recipe. Sadly, my pau pleating skills were very lacking, so I had to wait till I improved before posting this. It still isn't very good, but at least NaNak recognizes them as paus!
It's been a long time since I made bread. Also, “38隐形人” suggested I give Teacher Carol's Small Chocolate Bun a go, so I thought, why not? It may have been made using the straight-dough method, yet the bread still has a soft texture made even more tastier with the rich chocolaty taste and crunchy pumpkin seeds.
I've been searching for a good Spiral Curry Puff recipe for quite some time . I really like this recipe from Jane Chew's blog. The curry puff is easy to fry and not very oily when removed from the oil. The puff skin is also very flaky and delicious enough to be eaten without any filling.
I made these Doll Mooncakes twice in a row because it was so simple yet delicious. After making the first batch of Doll Mooncakes, NaNak requested for more to be made. How can I refuse? I gladly made more, using these moulds with words so that auspicious messages could be arranged.
我相信，你会和我一样，爱上她。 Having eaten this at a Japanese restaurant and prepared it at home a few times, I decided to share this wonderful salad with everyone. If you enjoy salad which is fresh and has a combination of textures, you'll definitely enjoy this salad.