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Mini Pandan Bun Recipe

All the while, I enjoy blog walking at baking blogs. Recently, I gathered many recipes from baking bloggers, some are breads, some are cakes. I found a special recipes at many baking bloggers' blog, it is call "微波面包", if you translate directly, it means "microwave bun". I believed the name had successfully misleading many people and give impression that it is bake with microwave, but in fact, it is not. It uses conventional method which you need to bake in oven. The speciality of this recipe is that it gives a very soft texture to the bun. I first try with pandan bun recipe, it looks simple but in fact quite time consuming. Rolling each mini bun to swiss roll pattern spent quite long time. Although it is time consuming, but I really enjoy the making process.

 

Indonesia Layer Cake with Cranberries Recipe

When I looked back my post on Hawflakes Layer Cake, I just realised that it has been more than one year since I last baked my Indonesia layer cake. I bought a can of butter for baking layer cake and kept until it was expired. I quickly grab it to bake for my next Indonesia Layer Cake with Cranberry. This time, I follow exactly the recipe in my blog too, with slight modification, I change the filling to cranberries. For my hawflakes and prune layer cake, I managed to bake a total of 8 layers cake but for this one, I get only 7 layers. It was still very delicious and as good as last two cakes! I spent less than 3 hours for this cake. You can substitude cranberries with raisins too if you like as the taste of cranberries in this cake taste very similar to raisins. Recipe here: (more picture can refer here) Ingredients: 340g tinned butter180g icing sugar (sifted)1tbsp sweet condensed milk 12 egg yolk1/2tsp vanilla essense1tbsp brandy (optional) 100g plain flour (sifted together with mixed spice)1.5tsp mixed spice 4 egg white Some cranberry and red colouring Method: 1. Cream butter and icing sugar with mixer (using k-beater) at medium speed until fluffy. Add in sweet condensed milk and continue cream until well combined.2. In separate bowl, beat egg yolks, brandy and vanilla essense with handwhisk until pale.3. Continue mixer at medium speed (step 1), slowly pour egg yolks into butter mixture and cream until well combined.4. Switch mixer to low speed, add in sifted flour and mixed spice, beat until well combined.5. In separate big bowl, beat egg white until very hard.6. Scoop 3~5 tbsp of mixture (4) into beaten egg white, stir with spoon until combined.7. Add (6) into remaining (4) mixture and mix at low speed until well combined. To bake:1. Preheat oven at 200C (TOP & BOTTOM fire).2. Line square cake tin bottom layer with baking paper. Oil the paper to hold it well with cake tin.3. Pour one cup of mixture into cake tin, make the layer even with spatula.4. Bake at oven until top layer is brown. (about 6~8 minutes depend on oven)5. When done for first layer, take out from oven, switch oven to TOP fire only. Poke cake's bubble with toothpick (if any).6. Pour another cup of mixture to make second layer.7. Repeat step (3) ~ (4) until second last layer, switch oven to TOP & BOTTOM fire, 180C.8. Continue to bake last layer until brown.9. Remove cake from oven and cool it at wire rack. *Note1: Arrange cranberries at 3rd & 6th layer. Press lightly with toothpick after pour 3rd and 6th layer mixture. *Note2: Take out 2 cups of mixture and add a few drops of red colouring, mix well. Pour 1 cup of red mixture on 2nd and 6th layer of cake.

 

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Sardine Puff

I am going to share a very simple and delicious sardine puff recipe. I will list down what you need in making the sardine puff. Ingredients needed: 1. A can of sardine 2. Onion (optional) 3. A pack of puff pastry (I bought "Kawan" brand ready made puff pastry from Tesco)    
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This is the second time I went for Yakiniku in this restaurant. I missed the opportunity to take the photos of the food at the first time. This time I must grab the good opportunity to take as many photos as I can to share with our blog’s reader as I believed it is a worth recommended yakiniku restaurant in Japan.




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Why do I say it is worth recommended? Refer to the reasons listed below:

1. I like to eat yakiniku.

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2. I like to eat scallop (they have big and fresh scallop).

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3. I like to eat sushi (but don’t eat too much as it makes you full easily).

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4. I like to eat sweet sweet dessert, it makes me happy.

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5. I like to eat ice-cream.

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6. It is buffet style, eat all you can!

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Ramen corner

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Noodle/vege corner

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Meat corner

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Meat corner

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Salad corner

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Soup corner

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Dessert corner

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Meat corner

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Drink corner

7. It costs 1480\ (about RM55) only which is quite worthy.

8. ……don’t know liao……

9. I want to “sia” all the TAM CIAK people, make them “lau nua” (main focus)


One thing that I was not satisfied with is the time limitation. You will only have 90mins to enjoy the buffet. For the first time, we spent about 75mins on the yakiniku and left 15mins for the dessert. It was not satisfied at all, and I don’t have the time to eat ice-cream. But…but…but, I learnt from the first lesson, I managed the time properly when I went for the second time. After one hour for the yakiniku, I proceed with the dessert. Huuray! I managed to eat as much as I can. How smart am I? Hehhe…SONG!


After the yakiniku, we went to cycle around nearby area, the cooling environment make me feel relaxing. This is part of my life in Japan. I believed I will miss the time I spent here after I go back to my lovely hometown, Penang Island.


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If you also wish to eat yakiniku, you may go to Chou Shun Kan in Crystal Point, the place I had my yakiniku in Penang before I came to Japan.

Click here to view more information about the restaurant.






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