“Soft, fluffy and aromatic butter cake, with my super easy to follow recipe.”
Suddenly felt like eating an orange cake.. No frill, simply got some fresh oranges from NTUC Fairprice to bake myself an aromatic and scrumptious orange cake. Very simple to bake, and it’s definitely a worth-trying recipe, with the freshest and simplest ingredients.
Look how fluffy and moist the orange was. Children would love it most!
Yields 1 rectangle loaf tin (8-10 slices)
180g of self raising flour
180g of unsalted butter, room temperature
3 medium eggs (about 180g)
120g of raw sugar
80g of freshly squeezed orange juice
50g of plain yogurt
1/4 teaspoon ground of salt
Finely grated orange peels from 2 oranges (about 1 tablespoon)
Yes, you are right. It’s that in-trend butter cookie making. My copycat of “the copycat (of) Jenny bakery cookies” from a blog which I happened to chance upon one day. I have not tried the original Jenny bakery cookie yet, and had no intention to ‘challenge’ this popular bake. I just thought the recipe shared in this blog, JoyMadeThese (thank you) looked really easy to make, with just simple ingredients needed. So, I baked.
‘Simple French recipe helps to create your perfect breakfast meal!”
Hollandaise sauce is a French sauce, and it’s commonly known to complement the eating of Egg Benedict (which consists of English muffin, poached egg, bacons and hams as toppings, and Holladaise sauce is a MUST for Egg Benedict).
This light creamy sauce has a mild flavour of buttery and eggy with a touch of refreshing lemony scent in the palate. It’s never too greasy to taste. Topping of Hollandaise sauce helps to enhance the overall taste of the plain poached egg, and with such combination, it creates a perfect mouthfeel for the palate.