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Homemade Plain Tea Biscuits (家居自制基本茶饼)

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Most of us grew up with western style biscuits together with Asian items such as kuih, porridges etc.. as our breakfast items…..However, the so called western biscuits that we have then or even now are very different from the biscuits appeared in our recipe books…. 911 more words

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Kuih Became Muffin? Ondeh Ondeh Muffins (椰子小松饼)

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Despite the fact that I am not very happy with the burnt coconuts bits on top of the muffins, I got encouragement from Facebook Group members to issue the recipe and most of them wouldn’t mind the burnt coconuts.. 1,049 more words

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Cupcakes in the Grass

Happy Monday everyone!

Yesterday, I had a wonderful time with Bailey in another photo shoot. I baked delicious cupcakes and we decided to do an outdoor setting for the photos. 415 more words

Cakes And Cookies

Orange Butter Cookies (香橙牛油饼干)

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This is a simple old school of traditional cookies and I prepared it for my kids’ form teachers as a token of appreciation to the teachers for Teacher’s day’s celebration 2014. 608 more words

Food Preparation Series

These Little Cuties Is So Sweet! Wang Zhai Little Mantou, Tamago Boro (旺仔小馒头)

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I posted this Chinese/Asian cookie in the Facebook Group, sit down and proceed to write my post on Kuih Koya or mung beans cookies. I can’t proceed as there are too many comments on this cookie and members of Facebook Groups are requesting for recipe. 819 more words

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99 Vanilla Cupcakes

For all the non UK readers a 99 is a classic ice cream cone we have here topped with a Cadbury’s chocolate flake. They are also normally topped with sprinkles and raspberry sauce. 259 more words

Recipes

Another Traditional Chinese Biscuits–Chinese Walnut Crisp–Hup Toh Soh (核桃酥, 合桃酥)

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When I posted my Chinese White Cakey Biscuit, one member of the Facebook Group is telling me about another traditional Chinese biscuit – Hup Toh Soh or Chinese Walnut biscuits that he loved very much. 484 more words

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