♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Delicious! I want more… There is nothing better than home made soft-pretzels. Don’t worry this is technically the first baked recipe that I didn’t screw up. It’s very easy to make. The recipe yields bazillions bite sized mini pieces, but you can totally freeze them up for next week’s cravings. […]Read more "Soft-pretzel with honey mustard"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Delicious! I want more… The same Japanese Milk Bread rolls recipe can be made into one big loaf of bread or two smaller ones. Use a sharp knife to make the cuts right before you place it in the oven, be very careful not to deflate the dough. You don’t […]Read more "Japanese Milk Bread Loaf"
When you’re very hungry, the laziest way to cook would involve some eggs. These round thingies are your best friend in the kitchen. Yeah, get to know them very well. Make sure you always have some stored in the fridge. You can boil, deep fry, steam, bake, or eat them raw.. they’re the most versatile […]Read more "Scrambled Egg Sandwich"
♥ ♥ ♥ = Good, but something’s missing… I’m not a good baker, but I try to make the most out of every recipe I try to replicate. Like any other beginner I succumb to the ease of cooking. This by far is the simplest recipe I could find online. I chopped the ingredients in half […]Read more "Angel food cake"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Delicious! I want more… If you like Sarah lee’s silky smooth pound cake, then you’ll love the Japanese cotton cheesecake. Once you go Japanese style, you never go back, especially when it comes to their cakes, pies, and breads. This is my first try at baking a cotton cheese cake […]Read more "Japanese Cotton Cheesecake"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! As a beginner in baking, I know exactly how many times I’ve looked up a recipe online only to be dismayed by the final result. I often wondered if it’s because of my short-comings in the kitchen, but it turned out that most recipes that are out there are […]Read more "Japanese Milk Bread"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Delicious! I want more… I love chicken! Especially when deep fried into crispy goodness. There are many ways to make everything crunchy, but if you want it extra crispy for next day’s lunch/dinner, use potato starch instead of flour. You’re lucky if your local Walmart store sells potato starch, […]Read more "Fried Chicken"