A worthwhile try to bake these lovely buns. First time baking them so mind the shaping. You can put in any kind of filling in this bun. Not too sweet so it's even great eating them plain. I put some sausages - try stuffing in more coz the bun will expand double in size. The rest I put in some red bean paste. Glazed with egg and topped with almond slices.
Adapted the cake batter from:
I substituted youghurt with milk instead.
Steamed Red Bean Pau
Red bean in pau waiting to be steamed. Yes covered it to hide blemishes :)
Recipe for pau/bun:
Red Bean Paste for Steam Pau/bun
Home made red bean paste. I cooked too much :)) so god bless me. Red bean all the whole week...LOL...red bean bun, pancake, rice....!!
Recipe for red bean paste:
Chocolate chips brownie muffin
Okay...slightly overbaked and I mixed the chocolate chips inside so it melted and disappeared instead of sprinkling on top....sharks...LOL.
Here is this delicious recipe:
This is Mr Harry's friend. My boy named the bug Harry.....
This recipe yields for a Mint Brownie. Here is the recipe
Ingredients: 14-g butter (melted), 170g brown sugar, 25g coca powder, 3 eggs, 150g plain flour, 1 tb dried mint leaves (grounded)
Garnishing: 50g pumpkin seeds
Combine melted butter and brown sugar into mixing bowl. Add in cocoa powder, mix well. Leave aside for 3 minutes.
Add in eggs, one at a time, mix well after each addition
Gently fold in floour and grounded mint leaves until form batter. Spread batter into small square paper cups, Sprinkle with pumpkin seeds on top.
Bake in preheated ove at 170c for 25 minutes until cooked.
I beat the butter and the sugar - perhaps I should melt it instead. It didn't say it got to be mixed using a mixer anyway. The texture is soft and light. I am surprised it rose w/o baking powder.
nice finger food..... so easy to make
Ingredients: 1/2 cup sifted flour, 1 ts baking powder, 1/2 ts salt, 1/2 ts parika or chilly powder, 1 tb butter, 1 cup soft breadcrumbs, 2 tbs milk , 1cup grated cheese.
Method: sift flour, baking powder, slat and paprika toegether. Rub in butter with finger tips. Add bread crumbs, milk and cheese and mix thoroughly. Roll to 1/4" thickness on floured board. Cut into narrow strips and bake in moderate oven for 20 mins or until golden brown.
Taken from a very old torn recipe book w/o a cover. So I do not know who is the author. LOL
Left overs from a birthday cake recipe...look at next picture for the recipe
Birthday Cake II
Ingredients: 7oz butter, 9oz sugar, 6 eggs, 9 oz self raising flour or 8 osz flour sifted with 2 ts baking powder. Juice of 1/2 orange (three tbs), 1ts vanilla (or grated rind of 1/2 orange), a little cochineal.
Cream butter and sugar till light. Add yolks of eggs, one at a time, beating well after additon of each egg. When light add the egg whites which have been beaten to a stiff froth, foldling it in. Add flour, folding it in, and when mixture is smooth, add orange juice and vanilla. Pour half the mixture into a square or round deep cake tin which has been lined and greased. Then add a little cochineal to remaining mixture to make a pretty pink.(??) Pour mixture on to that in tin. Bake in moderately hot oven for about 1 hour or till cake leaves sides of pan. When cook cover cake with Fudge frosting.
Banana Walnut Muffins
Don't know why the middle part of the muffin in this picture is green and it is not fungus, ok! This is suppose to be Banana walnut muffin. Absolutely delicious...I can say this recipe is worth a bake!