Quick and easy, these Vegetable Spring Rolls are a healthy and simple treat to make. Be it a snack or a meal, these spring rolls are a completely portable to-go option that is sure to be a hit with everyone.
Followed the recipe to a T, and yet your bakes just don’t look right? Here are some common baking issues you may face in your baking journey, and some tips and tricks to resolve them. Cake Not Rising? Bread Cracked at the Sides? Let’s Troubleshoot Your Common Baking Issues.
Today, we have a great homemade cornbread recipe that guarantees moist and buttery bites, with slightly crisp and burnt edges and tops. If we’re being honest, the edges are our favourite!
The dish of egg noodles, char siew and pork-filled dumplings makes for a satisfying meal any time of the day. One of the locals’ favourite dish, it’s the balanced diet you need, it’s got carbs, protein and low in fat.
After making and tasting their first homemade loaf, many people ditch store-bought bread forever. It smells so good and can taste amazing with just butter. Home bakers take some time off for bread making on the weekends, making sure their families have sufficient bread for the week.
Who can resist Ondeh Ondeh? This Southeast Asian sweet treat has everything we love about dessert in this region – coconut, gula melaka, and it’s oh-so-soft and chewy!
A buttery and irresistibly sweet recipe from our friends at Sharefood.sg! Indulgent butterscotch and gula melaka match perfectly with the buttery cookie base, making these Ondeh Ondeh Cookies a favourite for anyone with a sweet tooth.
While a bread maker solves all these problems and offers you a freshly baked loaf at the press of a button, it’s another space-consuming appliance you need to have on your countertop. So here’s a compromise – we’ve got a way to give your mixer that workout it needs, while giving you a sense of accomplishment at the end of it.
Our recipe today yields a wonderful tea-flavoured snow skin mooncake, filled with brown sugar lotus paste and chewy tapioca ‘boba’ pearls – perfect for any of you bubble tea addicts out there.
Add a touch of gold to your mid-autumn festivities with our Yuan Yang Snowskin Mooncake filled with rich caramel! This locally-inspired Yuan Yang Caramel Snowskin Mooncake recipe is shared by our friends at www.sharefood.sg. Treat yourself and your family to this luxurious creation!
Try your hand at making this three-layer chocolate sponge cake with rich dark chocolate ganache, in between layers of cherry jam and topped with fresh cherries.
Kuih harum manis is like a tasty banana muffin with lovely caramelized flavour and topped with a little banana on top. Easy to pop a few at a go – dangerously addictive!
Everyone always wants seconds or thirds of this awesome recipe – we think it’s because cheesecake is popular – but it’s even better with the slight tartness of lemon inside.
Well, Tiktok is at it again – giving us simple, delicious baking recipes that you can make it under an hour. This time, it’s a jiggly, wobbly, sweet, and almost custard-like baked milk! With only four ingredients, this recipe is an absolute breeze to make.
Love cinnamon sugar donuts, or cinnamon sugar anything? Then this recipe is perfect for you. This bite-sized cake can be eaten straight from the baking tray, with the warm taste of cinnamon and just the slightest zing of orange in every bite. We love pairing this with a good cup of tea or coffee.
Light, slightly crumbly and then a luscious cream center: these Japanese Custard Puffs (also known as Shu or Choux) are baked choux pastry with a sweet, crackly, crunchy cookie-like topping and filled with custard and whipped cream in the center.
Homemade almond milk is the best substitute because its texture is the most similar to cow’s milk. This means you should get the same results and don’t have to tweak the recipe. It’s also the most suitable alternative for lattes and other milk coffees, as almost milk can with withstand high temperatures from steaming without producing a burnt taste.
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Chocolatey, rich, and delicious – these Crinkle-Top Cookies split at the top, creating a crunchy top that looks good, and tastes good.
With this vegetarian pizza, we’ll guarantee your little ones will gobble down slice after slice.
This Lime Meringue Pie has a zesty lime filling as well as a creamy, toasted meringue topping that melts in your mouth. In addition to the buttery crust that sets this pie for an amazing crunch, the individual layers provide a perfect balance of sweet and citrus.
The tastes of olives and artichokes are the heroes of this homemade Focaccia bread that can be served as a hearty appetiser or a satisfying breakfast treat. This recipe creates a soft, chewy Focaccia and is complemented by a generous topping of herbs and garlic.
For the fresher, healthier, and more colourful alternative to your white bread. It is beneficial to those having high cholesterol, diabetes, blood pressure or issues with obesity.
Legend has it that these sweet confections were used to hide messages exchanged by secret lovers. Heads up, though, that you will need an electrical mould or Love Letter Plates from your local bakery supplier. The effort will be worth it – these crispy, fragrant, slightly coconut-y snacks smell and taste even better when freshly made.
For all you coffee lovers, we’ve got in store a slew of recipes just for you (and your nutty, fragrant cup of joe)! A fluffy morning coffee cake, a coffee jelly to add to your mid-day beverages, kopi roti and more!
What is Cloud Bread anyway? Simply put, it’s an egg-heavy bread that mimics the light and fluffy texture of normal bread, but it’s mainly made of egg whites. The measurement and exact ingredients are critical in this recipe so that you can achieve that dreamy, fluffy texture of Cloud Bread.
If you love airy sponge cakes and frosted cupcakes, the whisk attachment is for you. It introduces lots of air into your cake batter and cream frostings, making the mixtures light and fluffy. Consider using a whisk attachment if you want to whisk egg whites into stiff peaks, without all the physical effort.
A good dough hook never tears the dough up, pushes all ingredients down the bowl for efficient mixing, and helps you knead heavy dough amounts like a dream.
Here’s a simple 10-minute guacamole recipe to make the most out of your stand mixer’s paddle attachment.
Traditional handmade rice skin stuffed with stir-fried bamboo shoots, turnip, dried prawns and mushrooms. A Teochew Soon Kueh recipe shared by Eddie Tan also know as Shiokman Eddie. He’s passionate about food and loves sharing his recipes with everyone. Let’s find out how he creates this satisfying dish!
This cake made with wonderfully sweet dates is our tribute to the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, where it is known as the Hari Raya Aidifitri. Here is a short tutorial on how to make the perfect buttercream that is able to withstand the tropical weather, and brief and easy way to decorate your cake with ready to use fondant.
These delicious cookies are a breeze to make anytime you’ve got a craving for some nibbles. The nutty flavour of the brown rice pairs beautifully with the almond powder. Plus, because they’re made with brown rice flour they’re completely gluten free! This recipe will take you about 30 minutes, so they’re great for an impromptu tea time.
Kuih Talam Keladi (talam means tray and keladi means yam) is part of the talam family, where you will find two-layer kuihs steamed in trays. Not as commonly seen as the other kuehs, but it’s just as delicious!
Nothing is more therapeutic than watching your lovingly made puff pastry in the oven and be rewarded by a satisfying crunch as you bite into the flaky, buttery croissant.
Here we introduce the cempedak cake lapis where ripe cempedak flesh is blended into puree and mixed into the dough; a thin layer of which will then be arranged on top of every layer of cake during the baking process.
This dessert is modeled after the famous Mont-Blanc Aux Marrons, a masterpiece formed of pureed, sweetened chestnuts covering whipped cream to resemble the snow-capped mountains.
We’ve got your back. Here’s a two-step (yes, really!) recipe for a deliciously fragrant Coconut Pandan Chia Seed Pudding that quenches your thirst, and transports you to memories of a sunny beach holiday.
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Simple as simple can be, this dark chocolate bread is exactly what a simple bread should be, easy to make and really decadent.
Baking macarons may seem intimidating at first, but with a trusty stand mixer and food processor to thoroughly grind the almonds into fine powder, you can easily perfect the macaron every single time. This Strawberry Macaron has the classic chewy centre and delicate crisp shell, rewarding your eyes and palate with a sweet instant gratification.
The beets in this recipe lend their bright colour to the delicious butter cream, which means no artificial food dye, and definitely NO beet taste in this delicious cupcake treat.
For this recipe, we’re paired soft and fluffy buns with lamb rendang – the hit of spicy and creamy rendang with the soft buns is sure to be a crowd-pleaser!
Buttery, a little bit crumbly, with a warm almond flavour – almond cookies are a hot favourite during festivals like Hari Raya. And once you pop one in your mouth, it’s hard to stop yourself from taking another… and another.
Raise your hand if you feel intimidated by the thought of baking your own bread. It’s no secret that bread making is a bit of a science, and requires lots of love and patience too. Fortunately, today we’re exploring a type of bread that you might say is a bit of a ‘hack’.
Do you like doughnuts? Why not have a go at the original Indian doughnut! Gulab jamun is traditionally served as dessert and is rich, decadent as well as supremely tasty.
Fried oyster cake might not sound like the most healthy dish to eat but there is a way to make it healthier! We recommend using Coconut Oil as your source of oil when deep frying because it makes it healthier than other oils.
Say it with sweetness this Valentine’s Day. This pancake recipe takes less than 30 minutes to prepare. Be it breakfast in bed for a party of two, or a treat at the table for the whole family, add your favourite fresh fruit and maple syrup to take this to the next level.
Meat from chicken breast and thigh are ground together and then stuffed with smoked turkey ham and good melting cheese. These rolls are then breaded and shallow fried until golden and juicy. A classic demi-glaze sauce is a perfect compliment for this Christmas dinner dish!
Cassoulet originated from the Languedoc region of southern France, and originally consisted of haricot beans cooked in a stew pot with pork rind and seasoning.
After several attempts, we successfully achieved a recipe that could pass on as loaf bread itself, with the additions of quinoa and brown-rice of course. We’re here to tell the tale and share it with you!
Soft and fluffy with very ripe bananas, flecked with ground coffee beans and flavoured with toffee notes from natural molasses sugar, these muffins make you want to get out of bed in the morning!
We’re coming to the rescue with our dairy-, gluten-, refined-sugar- and stress-free Marble Cake recipe. Sounds almost too good to be true, but trust us when we say that healthy eating doesn’t mean giving up on your favourite desserts.
How about putting together a snack that’s a little more healthy, but still packed full of flavour and crunch? We’re talking cheesy twists – quite reminiscent of childhood snacks – but this time, Mum won’t disapprove.
Today’s recipe will give you a classic chocolate brownie, but with an added twist – we’ve got a decadent chocolate glaze to top off your dessert! For a fun touch, you can add rainbow sprinkles on top of the glaze, or make it even more chocolate-y by adding mini chocolate chips into the batter.
In Surabaya, spiku Surabaya refers to a three-layered cake, prepared using a different technique. Two batter mixes are prepared, one with naturally produced yellow colour, the other mixed with cocoa powder to produce a dark brown colour. The batter mixes are poured into two different baking tin and baked in the oven.
Don’t know what to do with all those gingerbread men? You can use them as a base for cheesecake. Have the option of serving cheesecake in bite-sized portions makes for a delicious New Year’s party snack.
This recipe comes from our article: How to Enjoy Christmas as a Vegan
This aromatic fruit and nut loaf is loaded with the natural sweetness of dried cranberries and raisins, paired with the satisfying crunch of walnuts. Some orange zest goes a long way to making this loaf smell heavenly, and we recommend pairing this with a dab of salted butter and a cup of citrus tea!
ome baker Cheryl Lai aka Baking Taitai’s Cranberry Orange Pistachio Bread is soft, fluffy, and delicious! Adding oranges give a beautiful splash of colour into what was initially an ordinary bread recipe.
Partially inspired by Singapore’s all-time favourite dish of chilli crab, these little morsels consist of fresh crabmeat in a spicy chili paste and wrapped in a translucent springy skin.
This decadent, delicious slider, featuring succulent Thai basil chicken, sauteed carrots and onion topping with buttery soft buns, comes from home cook Jordi Ong.
The aromatic coffee syrup, layered with rich milk chocolate and completed with seasonal embellishments. Christmas is never quite complete without the traditional festive log cake. This sumptuous Chocolate and Coffee Christmas Log Cake recipe is shared by Ryan Khang.
Here’s our solution. Cut through that dessert of yours with touches of zesty, tangy citrus, and you’ve got the perfect weeknight treat that you’ll probably never get sick of.
Moist and fluffy with very ripe bananas, flecked with premium coffee powder and flavoured with ripened banana and brown sugar, these muffins make you want to get out of bed in the morning!
Literally translated to the ‘white whiskered grandpa’ / 白鬚公 catfish. The silver catfish is often regarded as the crème of crop by most foodies from Central Malaysia, the flesh is silky, creamy and does not carry muddy taste due to its preferred habitat of running streams.
This simple sponge cake is infused with the light fragrance of passionfruit and then topped with cubes of ripe mango for a double dose of tangy sweetness.
I’m sure many of you are familiar with Pandan Chiffon Cake. This cake took an unconventional approach where it’s shaped into cubes and coated with white chocolate and coconut flakes.
Swiss Roll is exactly that – a roll cake. Its beauty lies in the type of filling you can add. We’ve seen lots of variations – Durian, Mango, Strawberry – but one of the classic flavours would be a fluffy-soft pandan kaya swiss roll.
Think of your traditional pandan buns, with a naturally sweet banana filling. Our banana kaya uses less sugar and has a curd-like rich creamy texture just like the original kaya version.
Rich and decadent chocolate sponges filled with strawberry cream and finished with chocolate ganache. Perfect as canapes when you’re entertaining.
Our friends at Share Food take these local Milo dessert recipes up a notch and create one of the best log cakes in Singapore. Here they share home baker Stephanie Tan’s recipe for a Milo Dinosaur Yule Log Cake!
This recipe calls for egg whites left over after making the original cake lapis or cake Surabaya. As it is a wonderful way to use up extra egg whites.
Classic cheesecake as we know it has a firm, cheese top with a press-in cookie base. But this basque – or sometimes known as burnt – cheesecake is a crust-less cheesecake, and its filling tastes like a cross between the American cheesecake and the Japanese souffle-type of cheesecake.
Soft, melt-in-your-mouth, with a light almond fragrance – sugee cookies are a familiar sight at many festive celebrations like Hari Raya and Lunar New Year.
We’ve got the perfect quick recipe for you – pancakes loaded with bananas, with an added dose of cinnamon.
Kuih Tapak Kuda, or sometimes known as “hoof roll” because of its resemblance to a hoof, is essentially a rich roll cake filled with chocolate cream.
Finally, we have a beautiful Sugar Cookie recipe without all the hassle to make & share this Valentine’s. The best part – you can pre-make the dough way ahead, a definite plus for the busy cookie lover.
This dates cake is our tribute to the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, where it is known as the Hari Raya Aidifitri.
A common sight at any Ramadan bazaar, these sweet mini pandan sponge cakes are made with fragrant pandan-infused batter.
In this recipe, we combine Mandarin orange with one of the most celebrated ingredients used in European desserts – luscious dark chocolate. And the result is a harmonious blend of citrus tartness and cocoa bittersweetness.
A burst of juicy flavour, crisped skin on the outside, Japanese pan-fried dumplings or gyoza are a popular dish for a simple weekday meal.
The warmth of cinnamon brings out the tartness of Granny Smith green apples, while nutmeg offers a hint of something warm and exotic.
Light, refreshing and citrusy, this baked lemon tart will have everyone back for seconds! This timeless Lemon Tart recipe is shared by home baker Steph.
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Made with rice flour, coconut milk and sugar, and filled with slices of banana or sweet potatoes, this delicacy is usually wrapped in banana leaves before being steamed, or prepared with pandan, giving it a fragrant aroma. It’s chewy, sweet and easy to eat in just one bite!
Taro nest is a classic Chinese banquet dish – once it appears on the table, it disappears with lightning speed because it’s just that tasty.
Essentially, this recipe is a Teochew Soon Kueh (or Teochew Dumpling) recipe. It includes bamboo shoots in this soft dumpling – an addition that is slowly disappearing in Teochew Soon Kueh!
Upgraded version of Daifuku, where in each mochi, we have included a thin layer of buttery sponge and delicious strawberry buttercream for extra creaminess.
Today, we have a homemade cinnamon roll recipe, courtesy of Malaque Mahdaly – you’ll be devouring these sweet, fluffy rolls in no time!
Perfectly crusty, soft, and just a little bit tangy on the inside – sourdough bread is great for sandwiches, dipping into creamy soups, or just good enough with a slab of salted butter.
Making choux pastry might sound daunting to the inexperienced baker. But fear not! These savoury cheese puffs while slightly challenging is a good opportunity for you to try your hand at creating tasty puff pastry!
Nothing’s better than a comfortable bowl of Yong Tau Foo! We grew up eating this dish, and this version – Hakka Yong Tau Foo – is famed for its tasty minced meat stuffing and savoury meat sauce. Great with a bowl of steamed rice.
Looking to bake something a bit more special than your usual brownie? We’ve got a delicious banana chocolate bundt cake recipe for you today!
Spaghetti carbonara (or pasta carbonara) – simple, filling and perfect to toss together for a quick mid-day lunch.
Home baker Cheryl Lai aka Baking Taitai’s Cranberry Orange Pistachio Bread is soft, fluffy, and delicious!