• Matcha Hurricane Swiss Roll Recipe
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    Matcha Hurricane Swiss Roll Recipe (抹茶飓风瑞士卷)

    Hurricane Swiss Roll is essentially a swiss roll that swirls layer that looks like a hurricane and hence the name. It is very popular in Indonesia, and when I first heard from my mum about it (who saw many beautiful pictures from her Indonesian relatives), I told myself that I am going to recreate these beautiful swirls. Luckily, it was fairly simple! For this recipe, I am pairing up the flavour of Matcha and Cream Cheese as it goes so well together. The bitterness of the Matcha powder complements the tanginess of the Cream Cheese, making it light and refreshing. Feel free to change the flavour profile to your liking.…

  • Jasmine Green Tea Chiffon Cake with Cheese
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    Jasmine Green Tea Chiffon Cake with Cheese

    Recently, I have been quite obsessed with teas. I wonder, “Why not bake with it?”. Which, resulted in this wonderful chiffon cake recipe. I know the combination of Jasmine Green Tea and Cheese sounds weird. But, the Cheese actually complements quite well with the flavor of the leaves. Jasmine Green Tea drink is a common choice for Singaporean. Though we don’t really put cheese on our baked goods, I got my inspiration from Indonesia. Indonesians love to sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese onto their cakes. I was intrigued to try it out and when I got to try it, it was lovely. To extract all the flavors out from the tea…

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    Matcha Mille Crepe Cake (抹茶ミルクレープの作り方)

    Matcha Mille Crepe Cake! This is so good! I love Matcha so much. It is so so tasty!  This is a very impressive cake, yet making Mille Crepe Cake is actually very simple. Look at those lovely layers! Layered with cream, it is very creamy and refreshing when you bite onto it. You don’t need an oven to make this, great for people who wants to bake but don’t have one. I had it when my sister got me some of these when she was in town. It was a bombed so I decided to recreate it. It is something special so I decided to put it as one of…

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    Pandan Chiffon Cake

    Nothing beats a good Pandan Chiffon Cake. It is light, soft and fluffy! Almost like a cottoncandy if that make sense. This cake is Singaporeans’ favourites. We love our Pandan cakes and we can eat it any time of the day. Breakfast along with a cup of coffee, or just an afternoon snack. It is just so delicious. Making a chiffon cake isn’t hard at all. Some tips and tricks for you before we begin. Use some vinegar or cream of tartar in your egg whites to stabilize Use the right size tube pan Do NOT grease your pan Turn your pan upside down after you bake The beautiful green…

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    SG50 Merlion Cake

    This year is a very special year for all Singaporeans. We are celebrating Singapore’s 50th birthday. A city that’s called my home. I would like to share this recipe and why I created it.  I have used a Red Velvet Cake based in contrast with the White Vanilla Buttercream to represent Singapore’s flag. So when you cut the cake, you will cake that red and white interior! What’s every Singaporean’s favorite all time biscuits? Gem Biscuits! They are small and cute. When I was young, I loved it so much that I eat it almost everyday. I like to eat the sugary icing first, then the plain old biscuits. Which,…

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    Mixed Berry Muffins with Crumble Topping

    I’m so in love with these muffins right now. They are packed with a variety of berries like strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. If you are having berry muffins, you would want to have lots of berries in each and every muffins right? This recipe will sure to satisfy you. And with a generous amount of buttery crumble topping. This is to-die-for. Bring it on your next potluck! Your friends will love it.  

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    Hokkaido Chiffon Cupcake (北海道牛奶蛋糕)

    If you are a fan of chiffon cakes, I’m sure you will know what is Hokkaido Chiffon Cupcake in Singapore and Malaysia This velvety soft cupcake filled with lovely creamy custard cream, is something you will dream of it. Fun fact: Hokkaido Chiffon Cupcake, also known as 北海道牛奶蛋糕, is not from Japan. It is actually originated in Singapore and Malaysia.  There were two theories that why we named it, ‘Hokkaido Chiffon Cupcake’.  1) A chiffon cake that was made using Hokkaido Milk. 2) A cake that looks like a volcano that has a snow top and lava oozing out. Either way, this concept was beautifully created in Singapore/Malaysia and became really popular…

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    Traditional Steamed Sponge Cake (鸡蛋糕)

    Huat ar! That’s the first thing whenever people this this Traditional Steamed Sponge Cake. I’m sure it is almost everyone’s favorite. Simple yet so satisfying. It is something that you don’t crave for, but will definitely tuck in when someone offer you.   My mum used to make 500 of these everyday when she was young. Gave me the recipe and is still good. Lovely! Sweet, eggy and so fragrant. This will sure to impress your family and friends if you are giving it to them as a gift. I like to give them this Huat Kueh when they have some obstacle in life to brighten up their day and give them…

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    Old-Fashioned Butter Cake

    In my lifetime, the best cake I ever had was, my mum’s butter cake. For some reason, I have been always craving for it. That wonderful aroma, a good amount of yellow, and buttery taste. Unfortunately, she had totally forgotten her recipe and my journey to quest the best butter cake recipe started.  I had to gather bits of instructions on how to make the best butter cake from her and went on that journey.  Happy to say that, I came up with the most wonderful, most aromatic old-fashioned buttery butter cake recipe. Like all traditional recipes, eggs were beaten separately. This helps to create that fine crumbs that we all loved…