Whole wheat sourdough bread

whole wheat sourdough

Incorporating wholemeal into your bread can be challenging sometimes. The dough lacks gluten and hence the dough strength. But with a few tricks, you can still bake beautiful bread with a decent oven spring. It is worth it because wholemeal bread are so flavorful!

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Tackling croissants at home

If you are looking to perfect your homemade croissant, this post is for you. I talk about techniques, tips and tricks for getting the perfect flaky, buttery and crispy croissant at home. No need of a dough sheeter, the good old rolling pin is enough!

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Cocoa & orange sourdough

cocoa orange sourdough

Chocolate and orange are a match made in heaven. The flavor combo is sometimes refered to as jaffa. This sourdough loaf is all about jaffa. Heaps of cocoa in the bread and scented with orange zest. A toasted slice will make you feel like having dessert for breakfast!

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Lemon curd

lemon curd

Literally sunshine in a jar! My process of making lemon curd is easy and takes no time at all. This is perfect to preserve your extra lemons. This can be spread or used in tarts.

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Italian meringue

italian meringue

Making Italian meringue is easier than it sounds! This is perfect for torching or as is. You can use this to decorate desserts or cover cakes. You can either torch it or use broiler to burn. Leftovers can be made into little meringue kisses.

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Tea-infused Scones

Whether you call these scones or biscuits, they are delicious. I have infused these with Earl Gary tea and the fragrance that comes through is amazing. Perfect accompaniment for the evening cup of tea!

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Pumpkin spice cupcakes

One of my favorite inventions. The cake itself is supper moist with pumpkin and all the pumpkin spice. I have made a fluffy cinnamon cream cheese frosting which perfectly complements the delicious cupcake!

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