Nestle Corn Flakes Orange Cookies
Ingredients A: 200g plain flour,1/2 ts baking powder, 60g Nestle conr flakes finely blended (mix).
Ingredients B: 130g butter, 50g vegetable shortening, 145g caster sugar (mix).
Ingredients C: 2 1/2 tb grated orange peel, 3 tb orange juice, 1 egg yolk (small) (mix).
1/2 cup icing sugar, sifted and dissolved in 2 tbs warm water with finely siliced orange peel.
Method: Mix ingredients A with nestle corn flakes. Rub in ingerdeints B wit Nestle corn flkaes mixtures until resembles a fine bread crumbs. Stir in sugar. Add in ingredients C and mix until soft dough forms. Roll dough 6mm thick in between 2 plastic sheets. Cut with desired cookies cutter. Place dough on lightly greased baking trays. Bake in preheated oven 180C for 17-20mins or until golden brown. Pipe icing sugar on cool cookies an decorate with finely sliced orange peel.
Makes about 10 dozen.
I over mixed the batter..so I got a sticky texture ....looks pale...ok...
I think I will stick to my orange cupcakes....
Portuguese Egg Tart
My disgraceful Portugese Egg Tart. I know it's missing the `blackness' and the crust is disgusting..I tried to make the puff crust......I definitely need more practice...the dough was way too soft! Nevertheless the filling was nice :D
Here are a few links you can take a look and experiment.
Chicken Curry Pie
Suppose to be Chicken pie but I substitute the ingredient with chicken curry puff filling..so should I say the Malaysian version of Chicken pie ala Curry Chicken Pie? :D The crust is not bad considered that it was so simple to make. Taste more on the butter side but it's ok.
For the recipe - Chicken Pie:
Looks so easy to make, I thought it would fail but it's not bad. worked well with the curry paste as it wasn't soggy (paste was dry).
As for the chicken curry filling
Next coming up - Apple Pie.....ooo.....
Chicken Curry Pie 2
Close up view of my pie....w/o the casing....at least it didn't fall apart...:D
I passed the test.
I wanted to bake some cupcakes for the family to try. Decided ok, then I need to do some minor decoration....
Tried the cream butter icing and did my own design which didn't exactly look that great. Well need some practice on the icing....
Almost Madeleine I
I say it is almost Madeleine because I didn't have the right tray for the right shape :D I used a pixie bun tray which resembled our local version which is shaped like this sold in the shopping centre.
It's more on the dry side perhaps it's small so cooking time is shorter = dryer..but a good pop in the mouth snack for the kids. It's like popping in pop corn!
Sorry to my fellow French friends for spoiling the look of this delicacy...:D
Until I can find the Madeleine tray....this is how it will look...
Mixed Berries Muffin & Banana Shake
I made my favourite banana shake - chunks of banana, some ice cubes, milk and blend....
Mixed Berry Muffin II
Had a bite of the muffin and this is how it looks....
This recipe is delicious. I love the texture of the cake which is soft and moist. Like cupcakes it won't be a cupcake unless you decorate. However I am not into decoration at this point of time as I don't like to eat icing and neither do I encourage my kids to consume too much sugar. But for the fun of it, with whatever that is left, I decorate them with the colourful treasures, chocolate shades and top up with half sweetened cherries. I spread a layer of transparent icing to keep the decos in tact.
Her deco is alot nicer .....