Tagged: Baked

Bibingkoy

In Philippines rice is very important, it’s a staple food item which is enjoyed throughout the day from breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as snacks and tea time. During the normal meal times rice is simply prepared by steaming or fried but during snacks this humble white grain is...

Bunny Cookies

Like many great recipes our post today was made by accident, a beautiful accident. One day our daughter was making some macarons as she always does, then she was challenged to make one in the shape of a bunny but she baked it in a wrong temperature, since the decals...

Copycat Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls

One of the things we miss back in the Philippines is the variety of food that you can buy, while some of them are available here, a lot of them are not specially the American chains like Auntie Anne’s, Mrs. Fields, Baskin Robbins and Cinnabon to name some. Having said...

Baked Scallops

Last week I found this New Zealand Queen Scallops at our local supermarket for a really good price, it’s like less than NZ$20.00 per kilogram so I grabbed one even it was not on my shopping list. Now I have a problem since it was not on my menu of...

Matcha Macarons

If I love cooking savoury dishes my daughter is the total opposite, she is into making amazing pastries like this macaron. This was her nth time making macarons and as she endlessly prepares them, she also is starting to perfect this culinary art. This macaron is a combination of all...

Mango Cake

I haven’t made a cake for a while, the last one I made was last March and it was this Taisan cake, many months later here we are now making some Mango Cake. I have been planning to this for ages but did not have time, luckily several weeks ago...

White Chocolate and Macadamia Brownie

Was planning to do some baking the other day since I haven’t baked for ages, was lazy to go to the supermarket to buy some ingredients so I challenged myself to make something out of the pantry ingredients I have at the moment. Upon opening the pantry luckily, I have...

Sourdough Bread

The first time I was introduced to this type of bread is via a chain letter that is handed by your friends or seen in church doors during the 80’s where it states THE HOLY BREAD OF PADRE PIO This bread is called “Hemin”. It is the bread of Padre...

Kababayan

In Philippines not everyone owns an oven, in fact oven ownership is so low bakeries called panaderia are very popular, every village corner will have it and it is busy specially during the mornings and in the afternoon due to breakfast pandesals and merienda. In where I grew up in...