Kueh Lapis, in layers of patience and hard work. Took me nearly 3hrs baking these layers from scratch. Can only do this once a year to prepare for Chinese New Year . But then, how not to bake this cake when it’s everyone favourite. I still prefer the original lapis version.
The girl prefers the original though she likes the colour.
Milk bread loaf for everyone once awhile when I have the time to bake.
These bread took me nearly 24 hrs to complete. Nevertheless, they are very soft and good to eat on its own.
bread flour 182g
instant yeast 2.5g
warm milk 110g
Combine all and proof at room temp until the dough size doubled, then set aside in the fridge to proof for 16-24hrs.
bread flour 78g
Combine all, together with the sponge dough, except the butter. Knead the dough until the dough is smooth, add in the butter. Continue to knead until the dough is elastic. Set aside to proof for 30mins. Divide into 3 portions. Shape and proof. Bake in preheated oven at 180d for 35mins.
My first bake post in DEC! Brownies!
I love DEC, especially Christmas and the year end cooling weather although not much of a difference in Singapore. It’s a long weekend for myself and the kids (yep we are not going anywhere this year) I so miss baking after a hiatus for a month.
So there, decided to bake some dark chocolate brownies for ourselves and my cell group pple. Zann was asking why so little white chocolate… ….
(Melted and set aside)
175g unsalted butter
100g dark chocolate, chopped
(Whisk to combine)
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp salt
Add melted chocolate and butter into the beated egg mixture. Whisk gently to combine.
(Sifted and fold in)
1 cup plain flour
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/2 cup baking powder
Pour batter into greased and lined 8×8 ” baking pan. Bake in preheated oven at 175d for 25mins.
Recipe credit to happy in the kitchen
These UFO chocolate bread buns were baked some time back, which I totally forgot.
I added some dark chocolate chips, so that the buns wouldn’t be so plain. Well, who doesn’t love chocolate!
I wish I have more time for myself… My mind wanted to bake but my body was too tired to do so these past few days. Anyway, I tried today. Baking these simple butter buns for the kids.
Recipe (makes 8)
bread flour 150g
wholemeal flour 25g
cake flour 25g
salt 3 g
maple syrup 10g
unsalted butter 40g
** the usual straight dough method
** Bake in preheated oven at 180d for 15mins
The kids’ favourite banana cake for tomorrow breakfast.
Baked these Hae Bee Hiam Buns (spicy dried shrimps buns) and they were finished in a day. These buns really made our appetite came back… 🙂
Have Bee Hiam Recipe.
When the family needs bread for breakfast, I can only use straight dough method to bake this bread.