Breads, Tarts, Cakes.

It seems that I have been a bit outdated in updating my blog. So many stuff to update, but just so little time. Sometimes, it's just a compromise between updating blog or baking. Finally found sometime to update on what I have baked for the past few days. The bakes are not in chronological order!

Pork Floss Buns.

Banana Chiffon Cake.
After a successful attempt on Kevin's recipe, I tried it again, but this time, I reduced by two egg yolks and the chiffon is really soft & nice!

Cranberry Bread Loaves. I modified this from Alex Goh's recipe. However, it wasn't very soft. Therefore, I shall not post any recipe here.

Chocolate Oreo Tarts. I layered this tart with chocolate, then crushed oreo, then chocolate again & finally crushed oreo.

Pineapple Tarts. I baked these tarts with the ready-made dough & pineapple fillings from Gina's Pineapple Tart workshop the day before. The pineapple fillings is very fragrant & moist. The crust is however, a bit crispy. I would have much prefer the melt-in-the-mouth kind. But generally, the taste is great. I could just pop a few at one go! The recipe can be found at KC forum.


Kitchen Corner said...
December 30, 2008 at 9:26 AM

Hey Jane,
You really bake a lot! I couldn't imagine how did you manage to do all this baking. You are super women! I love your banana chiffon, Iit raise very high and looks yummy! The pineapple tart looks pretty too! And also the sweet bun, how I wish can have a bite of each one of them.

Passionate About Baking said...
December 30, 2008 at 10:46 AM

Hi Grace,
Those are baked over a few days lah! I not so "garang" leh, can bake so many things in one day! Unless I have commerical sized ovens! Heehee...Actually the sweet bun is normal sweet dough bun recipe. Then you just put those japanese mayo and coat them with pork floss & they taste YUMMILYIOUS! Heehee...I will post up the banana chiffon recipe soon. It's worth trying for this though. :) Enjoy your new year!

thecoffeesnob said...
December 31, 2008 at 2:08 AM

The pork floss buns look exactly like the ones sold at Breadtalk.

I definitely have to try the banana chiffon recipe out when you put it up. It sounds really good :)

Anonymous said...
December 31, 2008 at 10:15 AM

Thanks for yr blog... it give some idea what to do with my newly bought but yet to open japanese mayo!

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