I have tried out this is the only one where the cake is moist and not too dense. I failed miserably few times but this cake looks easy but it is one of the hardest, I have made. I haven’t made much and this is the first time I am

Recent Korean binge watching has made me missing Korean food too much. I ran out of pork belly and korean fish cakes which I can only buy from some Asian grocery but I was determined to have good food. I determined to use whatever I had in my fridge and

  Growing up in Indonesia, after school snacks were huge, students would line up to buy their popular snacks and eating for tea. One of my favourite is Fried Cassava. Today, at Highpoint fresh fruits and Vegetable grocer/market. I saw cassavas. I immediately took a small one and decided to

Ingredients: 100 ml water 11/2 tsp baking powder (not bi card soda, i used it wrong before and it did not come out right) 40 gr brown sugar 100 plain flour method: I start the steaming pan while I am getting ready with my ingredients dissolve brown sugar in the

Muah chee is type of snack from Singapore. I always ate it when I visited Singapore although the last time, I went there, there were not many people selling anymore. I made it again today. I just realised, the second time is so much easier. I remember I put in

I have tried many Kway Chap in the past but often find the star anise, cinnamon sticks and cloves are overbearing. My mum makes a very simple Kway Chap which I miss a lot. I finally asked her for her recipe and was very surprised how easy it is to