“Tiramisu, a coffee flavoured Italian dessert that is not uncommonly found in the cafes and bakeries in Singapore.”
Tiramisu is made of Italian airy biscuit sticks (called it the ladyfingers), soaked in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, flavoured with alcohol, mostly… This popular sweet treat is not difficult to assemble. Many have been coming up with their own best version, and since it has been adapted and varied so much in order to blend into the culture and taste of the people in different countries, as for the homemade, we, too, make and try to achieve the best recipe that suits our very own tastebud.
Baked cheese cake is always very yummy to eat. Sometimes, the creamy taste of the cheese might be over powering before even I could finish up the whole slice. So, adding orange peels to the cheese cake is surely a great and refreshing choice. So zesty.
So, try my recipe. :)
The steps I have written might looked complicated, but in fact, it was just lengthy to its details. I tried to make each step clear. Actually, the making of this smooth and delicious cheese cake is, easy. Follow my steps for the first time, and the success rate of baking it will be almost 100%. Thereafter, you will be able to remember the entire process without the need to referencing anymore. It’s just easy to bake a delicious cheese cake to impress your loved one. Give it a try!
“My new adaption for snacks that give the kids the crunch. A ‘cheating’ way, with the simplest ingredients.”
My girl loves Milo banana bread, if you recall my recipe posted 4 years back that she has had my Milo banana sandwich almost everyday. Yes, now that she has reduced the frequency, not by her choice though, it was me wanting her to have varieties breakfast food, and also there were times just not able to have it. Hence, to please her again, I am still using Milo powder, with cheese this time, ‘created’ this crunchy cheese version, instead. Yea, a deceiving creation. What’s changed? Just the cheese… Hahaha :D
“Baked potatoes and make them part of your festive meal”
Actually this was just my usual jacket potato where potato was baked and filled with cheese, sour cream and bacon bits. I called it the Christmas Eve Jacket Potato simple due to my strict yearly cooking of this as part of the set dinner only on the Christmas Eve.
I think I already had a similar post on Jacket Potato a while ago, but it’s ok. Here’s the revised version with different combination of toppings, anyway. Starting from Jacket Potato, I will post the revised recipe for the other two dishes in due. :)
“A modern way to cook your pasta at home in a flash!”
I was contacted by this talent mum, Ms Josephine Lee, who brought a range of great pasta/ rice sauces and marinades from Israel to Singapore. Ms Lee wanted me to try out these latest flash-frozen products as she read and found out from my blog that I liked to cook pasta. Yes, no with obligation to speak of her products in my blog, only if I truly like them.
Here you could see, and would understand why these healthy and delicious sauces are so likable, after reading my honest opinion and yummy recipe in this post.
In case you are desperately looking for a suitable cake frosting for your bake, here you go. The frosting that suits all types of cake, cream cheese frosting. And, I have the chocolate flavored frosting for you, the chocolate lover.
Mine, not too sweet, yet, flavorful. I liked the lightness in it.
Good for a 9 to 10-inch Whole Cake Ingredients 1 cup (8oz) of cream cheese, softened ½ cup (115 grams/ 1 stick) of butter, softened 1 cup (160 grams) of powdered sugar 100 grams of semi-sweet baking chocolate, melted into 3-4 tablespoons 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence