Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Last week i bought a fish that i can't finished for 1 meal. So i decided to keep the fish head for another day. What can i cook???Fish Head Curry?? Fish Head Mee Hoon?? lol.....

Is Fish Head Sour PIckler Soup !!! This was my 1st attempt.... It really taste nice :D

Here's the simple soup recipe :

  • 1 fish head ( fried with some ginger )
  • 1 packet sour pickler ( washed & cut )
  • 3 tomatoes ( cut into 4 )
  • 2L water
  • 2 cubes tofu ( cut into 4 )
  1. Put sour pickler & tomatoes into boiled water. Boil for 30 minutes.
  2. Add in fish head & ginger, continue to boil for 30 minutes.
  3. Lastly add in tofu & boil for 10 minutes.
  4. Add salt to taste.

Have A Nice Day !!


A simple cake for my dear niece :D

A simple decoration too..... hehe :D

The original recipe ( My Bday Cake by Kelvin Chai ) is 2 layers chocolate sponge cake... i did 3 layers here :P

Here's the simple recipe :-
  • 2 slices chocolate sponge cake

Coffee liquid :

  • 200ml cold water
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 2 tbsp Kahlua
  • 9 sponge fingers
  • 30g chopped macadamia nuts ( i used almond )


  • 250g whipped fresh cream
  • chopped almond + caramel
  1. To make coffee liquid, combine cold water, sugar & Kahlua until blended.
  2. Place a slice sponge cake into tin. Brush with coffee liquid & spread with fresh cream. Sprinkle with some nuts. Dip sponge fingers into coffee liquid & arrange on to the cream. Continue layering until sponge fingers finished. Cover with sponge cake. Refrigerate for a while.
  3. Coat cake with remaining cream. Decorate as desired.


Thursday, September 23, 2010


Did 2 types of agar-agar mooncakes this year.... 1 is from the previous recipe for our 1st Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations & did this for the 2nd Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations, a Cendol Agar-Agar recipe from HoneyBeeSweets. TQ so much for sharing :D It was actually a 2 layers agar-agar & transfered into mooncake mould... this idea was from my sister. She did it too & text me the picture... it looks so nice... & i can't wait to try it out!!! hehe :D

Looked like JADE.... beautiful!!!

It's really very nice......


Thursday, September 16, 2010


An order from my friend, Connie!!! TQ :D Just a simple decoration because received her orders on that day she wants!!!

Another project here.... ordered by Ling Ling for her best friend's birthday :D

Cute little bear with a present :D Hello............ & TQ.................



This year i decided to do 4 types of mooncakes from my previous recipes . But at last i giveup Spiral Flaky Mooncake & wanted to try Traditional type. hehe :D It was my 1st attempt. Good result ....rite?

Bought some cute cartoon characters mould! Cute??? There are few characters... but i forgot to snap it ! Only left few for my girl. Others gave to my friends :D hehe

Here is the recipe :-

  • 300g syrup
  • 125g peanut oil
  • 1/2 tbsp alkaline
  • 2 tbsps flour


  • 450g flour


  • 1kg 300g white lotus paste
  • 50g melon seeds ( roasted )
  • 9 salted egg yolks ( steamed )
  1. Mix syrup, peanut oil, alkaline & flour together- combine well. Cover and let it rest for 4-6 hrs or overnight.
  2. Sift flour into a large bowl. Make a well in the center and pour in the syrup mixture. Use a rubber spatula to mix and form to a soft dough.
  3. Measure dough to 50g each & wrap with 150g lotus paste. Press into a floured mooncake mould. Knock & dislodge imprrinted mooncake. Place on tray & bake ina preheated oven at 160c for 10 minutes. Remove & cool. Egg wash mooncake & bake for another 15 minutes till golden.

~~ Mooncaes should not be eaten straight... kept for a few days to allow flavours to develop & the oil to seep out so skins will have a nice sheen~~

Happy Baking & 中秋节快乐